Kansas City Royals & Milwaukee Brewers
The Kansas City Royals are a Major League Baseball team based in Kansas City, Missouri. The Royals are a member of the Central Division of Major League Baseball's American League. The Milwaukee Brewers are a professional baseball team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team is a member of the Central Division of Major League Baseball's National League and plays its home games at Miller Park. /5
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The trade by the Kansas City Royals of Zack Greinke, a Cy Young Award winner, to the Milwaukee Brewers
I can't take credit for this, but this was awesome and so very very true. If you are going to go after 1 team name, there are others just as "racist" Next up is the Cleveland Browns, offensive to blacks. Minnesota Vikings, racist name associated with white supremacists. New Orleans Saints, offensive to those who do not support the Church. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, offensive because Buccaneers were pirates and supported the slave trade. New England Patriots, Patriots are right wing extremist terrorists. Dallas Cowboys, offensive to Indians massacred by cowboys. Kansas City Chiefs, again offensive to Indians. Oakland Raiders, again pirates who supported the slave trade. San Francisco 49ers, symbol of self made wealth from hard work, offensive to liberals. And let's not forget baseball: Atlanta Braves, offensive to Indians. Cleveland Indians, offensive to Indians. Cincinnati Reds, offensive to Indians. Kansas City Royals, offensive to supporters of democracy. Los Angeles Angels, too religious. Milwaukee Brewers ...
I would like to thank the Kansas City Royals for trading Will Smith to the Milwaukee Brewers. He has no ERA yet this year, helped them with their 9 game win streak and had a three pitch save yesterday.
Below is the pregame of White Sox and Red Sox. Also if there's mistakes let me know. Thanks a lot! Your suggestions are my treasure! The Boston Red Sox will take a day of and head Chicago. The match up will be Chicago White Sox taking on the visting Boston Red Sox at Cellular Field. The rookie, Erik Johnson, performs worse in his last two start. Facing Colorado Rockies and Kansas City Royals, the status ended in 9.58 ERA by throwing 10.1 inning and giving out 19H and 11 ER. Clearly that the Red Sox's starting pitcher will be Jake Peavy is much more expected to win this game. First two starts facing Texas Rangers and Milwaukee Brewers, Jake Peavy ended in a perfect 2.13ERA. During 12.2IP gave out 12K 6BB and 3ER. Although he didn't earned a win in both games, his strength and experienced career can bring him a win soon. The game will held in 2014/4/15 in America.
Goin to Milwaukee today ta watch the last pre-season game Milwaukee Brewers / Kansas City Royals .
By BRENDAN PERKINS Herald Sports Editor Mitch Stetter was fully prepared for battle. As recently as about a week ago, the Huntingburg native chatted with a friend who’s a scout in the Kansas City Royals organization, who informed Stetter about a vacant coaching position in the organization. Despite a balky back that allowed him to throw just a couple months of the 2013 season in the minor league, Stetter wasn’t fully pondering life after baseball just yet. If he had to and if his body would allow, he also considered playing independent ball. “I told him, ‘No, everything’s good. I’m going to pitch,’” Stetter said. Stetter tried. His back simply wouldn’t permit it. The 33-year-old announced his retirement from professional ball Monday, ending an 11-year career in which he pitched for the Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Angels organizations. It’s a reluctant exit for a relief hurler who tested his body in a few bullpen sessions but accepted a grim memo when ...
SPORTS: Kansas City Royals acquire Norichika Aoki from Milwaukee Brewers for pitcher Will Smith Outfielder, who won three batting titles in Japan, led NL in singles this past season By *** Kaegel MLB.com KANSAS CITY -- The Royals added to their outfield on Thursday. No, not with Carlos Beltran. Norichika Aoki, who had been the Milwaukee right fielder, was obtained from the Brewers in exchange for left-handed pitcher Will Smith. Aoki, 31, a left-handed hitter from Japan, batted .286 last season primarily as the Brewers' leadoff man -- a spot held most of the season for the Royals by Alex Gordon. Aoki had eight home runs, 37 RBIs and 20 stolen bases in 32 attempts. His on-base percentage was .356. He ranked second in the Major Leagues with 40 infield hits, while he led the National League in singles (140), tied for seventh in multihit games (50), seventh in times reaching base (237) and tied for 10th in hits (171). Aoki hit .339 (60-for-181) against left-handed pitching, the top average by a left-handed hi ...
The San Antonio Missions have named former Major League infielder Rich Dauer as their new manager. Dauer replaces John Gibbons who accepted the same position with the Toronto Blue Jays on November 20. The Colton, CA native brings 26 years of coaching experience to the position, 22 at the big league level. Dauer spent the previous seven seasons in the Colorado Rockies organization, the last four as Colorado’s third base/infield coach and prior to that he served as the Rockies’ roving infield coordinator from 2006-08. Before joining the Rockies, he spent the 2003-05 seasons as the bench coach for the Milwaukee Brewers, a position he also held for six seasons with the Kansas City Royals from 1997-2002 and the Cleveland Indians for two years (1990-91).
Today I had the honor of meeting and spending some quality time with Thaddis Bosley Jr. (born September 17, 1956 in Oceanside, California) is a former Major League Baseball outfielder for the California Angels (1977, 1988), Chicago White Sox (1978-1980), Milwaukee Brewers (1981), Seattle Mariners (1982), Chicago Cubs (1983-1986), Kansas City Royals (1987-1988) and Texas Rangers (1989-1990). Bosley was called up to the Angels after hitting .326 in 69 games for the Salt Lake City Gulls of the Pacific Coast League, and made his Major League debut on June 29, 1977.Bosley was traded in the off-season to the Chicago White Sox with Richard Dotson and Bobby Bonds. He remained with the White Sox organization for three years and later played for the Milwaukee Brewers, Seattle Mariners, and Chicago Cubs, distinguishing himself as one the best pinch hitters in the majors. During the 1985 season, Bosley hit .328 and was voted the best pinch hitter in baseball. After being traded to the Kansas City Royals in 1987, Bosl ...
Atlanta Braves defeated the Miami Marlins 3-0 LA Dodgers and Washington Nationals split doubleheader...Dodgers won 1rst game 7-6 and the Nationals won the 2nd 3-1 Kansas City Royals defeated the Chicago White Sox 3-0 Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Pittsburg Pirates 3-1 Detroit Tigers defeated the Oakland Athletics 6-2 Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Boston Red Sox 13-3 St.Louis Cardinals defeated the Houston Astros 5-0 Toronto Blue Jays got swept by the NY Yankees in doubleheader..loseing 2-1 in the 1rst game and 4-2 in the 2nd Texas Rangers defeated the LA Angeles 6-2
Would like to thank the Boston Red Sox, the Philadelphia Phillies, the Cleveland Indians, the Chicago Cubs, the Houston Astros, the Seattle Mariners the Toronto Blue Jays, the Miami Marlins, the Milwaukee Brewers the Minnesota Twins the Kansas City Royals, the Colorado Rockies, and the San Diego Padres for participating in the 2012 MLB Seaon
2012 Baseball Standings -- Week 15 -- from Mary Landers Atlanta Braves are 49-39; Baltimore Orioles are 46-42; Chicago Cubs are 36-52; Chicago White Sox are 49-39; St. Louis Cardinals 46-43; Cleveland Indians are 45-43; Kansas City Royals are 38-49; Milwaukee Brewers are 42-46. The Division leaders are New York Yankees 54-34; Chicago White Sox 49-39; Texas Rangers 54-35; Washington Nationals 51-35; Cincinnati Reds 50-38; San Francisco Giants 49-40. The New York Yankees have the best record at 54-34. The Houston Astros have the worst record at 33-56. The Atlanta Braves have the longest current winning streak at 7 games. The Minnesota Twins have the longest current losing streak at 5 games. New York Yankees' Robinson Cano has the longest current hitting streak at 18 games. Cleveland Indians' Michael Brantley has the longest hitting streak this season at 22 games.
Alice Cooper throws out the ceremonial first pitch before Thursday's baseball game between the Kansas City Royals and Milwaukee Brewers on June 14, 2012, at ...
Royals rally with 2 in 9th to beat Brewers 4-3 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Brayan Pena drove in the tying run in the ninth inning, and Jarrod Dyson scored the winning run on a misguided cutoff throw across the infield, giving the Kansas City Royals a 4-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday night. The wild ninth inning began when Mitch Maier reached first base while striking out on a wild pitch against Brewers closer John Axford (1-3), who also blew a save chance the previous night. Axford retired Mike Moustakas and Alcides Escobar to bring up the light-hitting Dyson, who managed to draw a walk. Pena came in to pinch hit for Humberto Quintero and singled to left, allowing Maier to round third base and score the tying run. Brewers shortstop Edwin Maysonet cut off the throw from the outfield and fired to second, where Pena had started to head, allowing Dyson to speed home with the winning run. Tim Collins (4-0) worked the ninth inning to pick up the win for the Royals, who wrapped up their first thr ...
Today, Chicago White Sox lost to Kansas City Royals, 9 to 1 and Chicago Cubs beat Milwaukee Brewers, 8 to 2.
Last night, Chicago White Sox’ Dunn does it again, drubbing his 11th homer of the season and Floyd goes 7 2/3 scoreless in 5-0 win over Kansas City Royals. Chicago Cubs’ David DeJesus smacks pinch-hit grand slam in loss to Milwaukee Brewers 8 to 7.
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