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    Young drives in 3 runs, pitches 7 sharp innings for Royals

    Young drives in 3 runs, pitches 7 sharp innings for Royals

    Posted 10:35 PM 6/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    MILWAUKEE (AP) - Chris Young became the first Royals pitcher to drive in three runs in a game since 1972 and worked seven innings of five-hit ball Tuesday night, leading Kansas City to a 7-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.

    Young had a two-run single in the fourth inning and an RBI (More)

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    Cardinals play through rain, beat Twins 3-2 again

    Cardinals play through rain, beat Twins 3-2 again

    Posted 5:31 PM 6/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Hours after a federal investigation into possible computer hacking by the Cardinals became public, St. Louis extended its winning streak to five by beating the Minnesota Twins 3-2 behind Michael Wacha's pitching and Mark Reynolds' two-run single.

    Before the game, manager (More)

  • Sports

    William Woods baseball coach named coach at Columbia College

    William Woods baseball coach named coach at Columbia College

    Posted 5:21 PM 6/16/2015 by Abby Rice, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer

    COLUMBIA - Darren Munns has resigned as the William Woods University head baseball coach to become the head baseball coach at fellow American Midwest Conference institution Columbia College.

    Columbia College Athletic Director Bob Burchard announced the appointment of Darren Munns as head (More)

  • Sports

    Report: Cardinals allegedly hacked Astros player information

    Report: Cardinals allegedly hacked Astros player information

    Posted 2:13 PM 6/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Major League Baseball says it is cooperating with a federal investigation into an illegal breach of the Houston Astros' internal database after a report that the St. Louis Cardinals were responsible for the hack.

    The New York Times, citing unidentified law enforcement (More)

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    Royals-Cardinals rainout rescheduled for July 23

    Royals-Cardinals rainout rescheduled for July 23

    Posted 6:21 PM 6/15/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals game against the Kansas City Royals that was rained out Sunday has been rescheduled for July 23.

    The teams had two mutual days off with Aug. 4 the other possibility for the final game of the season series.

    The Cardinals won the first two (More)

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  • Football

    Chiefs preparing without Houston during mandatory minicamp

    Chiefs preparing without Houston during mandatory minicamp

    Posted 5:28 PM 6/15/2015 by The Associated Press

    KANSAS CITY (AP) - The videos that Justin Houston has been posting on social media of his workouts this offseason, and the absurd amount of weights he's been lifting, should help set Chiefs coach Andy Reid at ease.

    Especially considering Reid probably won't see Houston until at least (More)

  • Baseball

    Royals topple Twins, former MU pitcher Gibson

    Royals topple Twins, former MU pitcher Gibson

    Posted 10:19 PM 6/10/2015 by Claire Chatterton, Sports Digital Producer

    MINNEAPOLIS - The Royals defeated the Twins 7-2 Wednesday. Former MU pitcher Kyle Gibson took the loss, giving up five runs (four earned) in six innings of work.

    Eric Hosmer started the scoring in the first with a RBI single. Alex Gordon then hit a three-run home run, giving the Royals (More)

  • Sports

    Cardinals avoid sweep, top Rockies 4-2

    Cardinals avoid sweep, top Rockies 4-2

    Posted 7:04 PM 6/10/2015 by Claire Chatterton, Sports Digital Producer

    DENVER - The Cardinals beat the Rockies Wednesday 4-2. The team had lost the first two games of the series but avoided getting swept for the first time all year.

    The scoring started in the top of the 3rd inning when Matt Carpenter hit an opposite field RBI single, scoring Cardnails pitcher (More)

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    Young shines in Royals' 2-0 win over Twins

    Young shines in Royals' 2-0 win over Twins

    Posted 10:11 PM 6/9/2015 by The Associated Press

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Chris Young took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and Salvador Perez homered to help the Kansas City Royals to a 2-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night.

    Young (5-2) left after giving up a triple to Trevor Plouffe with one out in the seventh for his only (More)

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    Cardinals LF Holliday placed on 15-day DL with quad strain

    Cardinals LF Holliday placed on 15-day DL with quad strain

    Posted 7:29 PM 6/9/2015 by The Associated Press

    DENVER (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals have placed left fielder Matt Holliday on the 15-day disabled list with a right quadriceps strain.

    The Cardinals recalled right-hander Miguel Socolovich from Triple-A Memphis. He's available to pitch against the Rockies on Tuesday night.

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  • Sports

    Rock Bridge player and coach named Sportsperson of Year

    Rock Bridge player and coach named Sportsperson of Year

    Posted 4:37 PM 6/9/2015 by Abby Rice, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer

    COLUMBIA - University of Missouri women's basketball incoming freshman Sophie Cunningham and Rock Bridge High School coach Jill Nagel were honored with the Kiwanis Club of Columbia Don Faurot Sportsperson of the Year Award on Tuesday. 

    "It's been amazing," Cunningham said. "We've done (More)

  • Football

    Titans rookie Green-Beckham rehabbing strained hamstring

    Titans rookie Green-Beckham rehabbing strained hamstring

    Posted 5:22 PM 6/8/2015 by The Associated Press

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Dorial Green-Beckham has only one worry, and that's making sure he rehabs the tight hamstring that has kept the Tennessee Titans rookie sidelined the past three weeks.

    Proving the Titans made the right decision by drafting him will come soon enough.

    Off-field (More)

  • Baseball

    AL All-Star update rich with Royals

    AL All-Star update rich with Royals

    Posted 2:37 PM 6/8/2015 by Reese Johnson, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer

    KANSAS CITY - With just under a month until the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game rosters are finalized, the Kansas City Royals dominate the American League starting lineup according to Monday's update by MLB.

    Seven of the AL's nine starting positions that are eligible for fan (More)

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