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Kansas City Royals: Attempt to remain in first

“Big Game” James toes the rubber tonight as the Royals look to remain in first place against the Detroit Tigers ( The Kansas City Royals remain in first place by merely percentage points despite the fact that their offense continues to struggle and their starting pitching, although strong all year, has not been able to overcome it against the Detroit Tigers. Good...
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Alex Gordon: Potential AL MVP

Alex Gordon is a potential candidate for AL MVP with his strong 2014 Yes. If you clicked on this article, the title is absolutely legitimate. Alex Gordon, the left fielder of the Kansas City Royals has played like an MVP in 2014 and he has his Royals on the verge of their first playoff appearance since 1985. The last time the Royals were in the playoffs, George Brett was in the...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Alex Gordon a legit contender for AL MVP?

Even with his second half scuffles, many have already declared that this is the season that Mike Trout finally wins his long deserved American League Most Valuable Player Award. It’s hard to argue against it, as he continues to produce at an incredible rate in now his third full big league season. However, there are players not to be overlooked in this matter. One of those, perhaps...
Via The Outside Corner
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Alexander the Great: Gordon’s Walk-Off Homer Leads Royals to 2-1 Win

For eight-and-a-half innings, fans mumbled about how the “same old Royals” were back. The attendance of just over 13,000 wasn’t good enough for some. The offense was sputtering, plating just two runs in their last 28 innings. The team looked lifeless, hacking away at balls and making mental mistakes like getting picked off. Then, with one swing, Alex Gordon provided the Royals’...
Via Royals Blue
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Alex Gordon Leading Surging Royals in Hunt for October

The Kansas City Royals last playoff appearance occurred in 1985, when they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals to win the World Series. That gives them the longest active playoff drought among the four major American sports. As of Tuesday, they are owners of a 72-58 record, which gives them a 1.5 game lead over the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central. Their playoff odds...
Via Baseball News Source
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Will the Royals stay in first place this time?

Alex Gordon – Photo Credit – Keith Allison Remember when the Kansas City Royals were red hot in the middle of June, including taking 3 of 4 from the then-first place Detroit Tigers? They had a slim game and a half lead over the Tigers, who were struggling at that point after such a hot start which made them look borderline unbeatable. The Royals beat the Tigers 2-1 on June 18th...
Via Hot Stove MLB
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Alex Gordon Leads Fans In “Go Big Red” Chant At Kansas City Royals’ Nebraska Night

Saturday was “Nebraska Night” at Kauffman Stadium, so it was Huskers alum Alex Gordon who appropriately sealed the win with a big home run for the Royals. Gordon was interviewed on the field after the game, and took the opportunity to lead the Nebraska faithful in a booming “Go Big Red!” chant. Gordon actually seemed a bit disappointed that he may miss out on some tailgating...
Via College Spun
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

A sliding Alex Gordon tears away covering of billboard in brilliant ad by Kansas City Royals (photo)

The Kansas City Royals have upped the promotion game with this ingenious billboard the major league team teased on Monday on Twitter. It features Royals left fielder/third baseman Alex Gordon sliding, but it’s what the player’s slide is purportedly doing to the billboard that makes it so darn clever. Due to the “force” of Gordon’s […]The post A sliding Alex Gordon tears...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Alex Gordon fakes out entire stadium on catch

The White Sox have stumbled through a miserable 2013 season, finishing in the basement of the American League Central division with one of the worst records in baseball. There haven’t been very many causes for celebration at U.S. Cellular Field, but the South Siders are jumping at any chance they see to cue the fireworks — even if the result is complete and utter confusion. During...
September 28, 2013  |  Discuss

New York Yankees Interested in Trading for Alex Gordon?

According to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, the New York Yankees may be interested in trading with the Kansas City Royals to acquire Gold Glove left-fielder Alex Gordon. We keep mentioning him as possible trade bait for the Royals, who are trying to acquire more pitching after the Jonathan Sanchez misfire. With Brett Gardner having surgery, don’t dismiss possible interest...
Via Crown Crazed
July 22, 2012  |  Discuss
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