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Yordano Ventura picked up his first big-league victory as the Royals beat the Astros 4-2 on Tuesday night in Houston. Ventura limited Houston to a pair of runs in seven innings. He struck out seven. He threw 101 pitches. It was the fifth start of his career, and yet another example of the dynamic potential that so tantalizes this organization.
As their big-league bullpen flounders in the early weeks of the season, the Royals are keeping their eyes peeled for external upgrades. The team will send a representative to two-time All-Star closer Joel Hanrahans showcase for teams on Thursday, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
This Royals team appears on the verge of a breakthrough, but so have others in the franchises history that ended up crumbling under the pressure.
Mike Moustakas traveled to Venezuela in an attempt to uncover what was missing from a swing that once made him a star in waiting.
When FC Kansas City acquired forward Amy Rodriguez from Seattle Reign FC last November, it was looking for a player who could make a quick impression. In her first National Womens Soccer League start she did just that.
FC Kansas City will play host to Sky Blue FC in the season opener at 7 p.m. Saturday at UMKC’s Durwood Stadium.
The 2014 NFL Draft will take place May 8-10. Here is The Star’s second projection of the first round. You can find the first version here.
Everyone is a commodity, and for the Chiefs, Eric Berry is more valuable as a trade piece than the starting strong safety. Trading Berry would anger Chiefs fans, require some major adjustments to defensive coordinator Bob Suttons schemes and provide much-needed salary cap space and extra draft picks.
In the days before Kansas annual postseason basketball banquet, Andrew Wiggins was tipped off that he was an unofficial finalist for the programs only award: The Danny Manning Mr. Jayhawk Award.
In its ongoing search for additional options in the backcourt, Kansas will play host this weekend to Devonte Graham, one of the top available point guards in the 2014 class. Graham, a 6-foot-2 guard from Brewster Academy, will take an official visit to KU starting on Friday, his prep school coach, Jason Smith, announced on Twitter. Kansas coach Bill Self visited Graham on Friday.
Players have to decide by today — the day before the spring signing period, which begins April 16 and continues through May 21 for Division I basketball this year — whether to remain in the NBA Draft or lose their future NCAA eligibility. The effect is that, rather than spending a month working out for NBA teams and receiving a thorough examination, decisions by players such as Missouri’s Jabari Brown will be based primarily on scouting reports prepared by NBA executives.
Former Missouri standout Bri Kulas was selected Monday by the San Antonio Stars in the third round of the WNBA Draft. A Shawnee Mission North graduate who also played at Kansas State and Johnson County Community College, Kulas was the No. 28 overall selection.
Kansas State athletics director John Currie is obviously pleased with the direction of the Wildcats’ basketball program under coach Bruce Weber. On Wednesday, he awarded Weber with his second contract extension since he was hired in 2012. Both deals added a year to his contract. His new contract runs through 2019 without an increase in pay.
Spring basketball banquets are a time for players and coaches to reflect on the season that was, and Kansas State did plenty of that on Tuesday, but the Wildcats also looked ahead.
Here are 816 North area storylines to watch this week at the Kansas Relays.
Here are 816 area storylines to watch this week at the Kansas Relays.
Truex’s best finish in eight races this season was 14th at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Kyle Larson moved full time into the Sprint Cup series this season, taking over the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing, and hes 14th in the Sprint Cup standings. Hes also competing in Nationwide series races for Turner Scott Motorsports and has finished fourth or better in five of seven starts, including a win at Auto Club Speedway in California.
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Blake Griffin has been suspended for a game after getting his 16th technical foul this season.
Pelicans general manager Dell Demps says all five of New Orleans' injured regulars should be ready for the start of next training camp.
The Winnipeg Jets confirmed Paul Maurice as their new head coach for the next four years Wednesday
The Tampa Bay Lightning announced on Wednesday that goaltender Ben Bishop will not play in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the Montreal Canadiens.
Jordan Spieth says he gave no thought to withdrawing from the RBC Heritage after the grind of the Masters. Instead, he feels energized by his runner-up finish to Bubba Watson.
Eight-time champion Rafael Nadal and three-time runner-up Roger Federer were a pair of easy second-round winners Wednesday at the $4 million Monte Carlo Masters tennis event.
Roger Federer was happier than eight-time champion Rafael Nadal after their straight-sets wins to reach the Monte Carlo Masters third round on Wednesday.