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For the Express, Friday's game with the Omaha Royals was almost over before they even had a chance to bat. The Royals scored three times in the first to take an early lead and cruised from there, downing Round Rock 8-2 in the first game of the season'
It took an injury to Omaha first baseman Kila Ka’aihue to put Scott Thorman in the lineup...Thorman hit the winning home run in the top of the 11th inning to push the visiting Royals to a 9-8 victory over Tacoma in Pacific Coast League play Friday at
Neb. — Billy Buckner tossed seven scoreless innings Monday night, as the Reno Aces fired their second straight shutout in a 5-0 victory over the Omaha Royals at Rosenblatt Stadium. One night after the Aces held the O-Royals to no runs and just one
Three Reno pitchers combined for a one-hitter against Omaha as the Aces won, 1-0, in the series opener on Sunday at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. Starter Travis Blackley had a perfect game through six innings, retiring the first 19 batters he
Travis Metcalf and Tug Hulett supplied home runs after Omaha scored three first-inning runs in a a 5-4 Pacific Coast League win against Iowa on Tuesday night. Cubs starting pitcher Casey Fossum (2-3) was charged with all five runs...Iowa took a 1-0
Third baseman Alex Gordon's journey toward rejoining the Kansas City Royals continued on Friday night at Omaha, where he went 1-for-3 as the designated hitter. Gordon lined a single to right field in his second at-bat, scored the O-Royals' first run
With the lack of consistent offense, I'm certainly satisfied with what the results have been up to now. "When human beings play the game like this, you get a little overanxious, you get out of what you do (well), you don't score runs and guys try to
Royals shortstop Tony Pena Jr. will need surgery to repair his broken left hand. Pena broke his left hamate bone when he fouled a pitch off in the 10th inning against Minnesota on Saturday. He finished that at-bat, hit a flyball for the final out of
Third baseman Metcalf welcomes fresh start Last year, in the final inning of Dustin Nippert's seven-inning no-hitter for Oklahoma against the Omaha Royals, RedHawks third baseman Travis Metcalf got a glove on a hot shot from Omaha's Ryan Shealy.
At least for now, Rosa's elbow might have helped make the decision a little easier. Rosa missed almost the entire second half of last season with a strain described alternately as in the elbow or forearm. So the Royals are taking a cautious approach