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The day-after news Tuesday on Royals catcher Salvy Perez was mostly positive: He has a deep bruise to his right hip but no structural damage or other longer-term issues.
Mondays depressing 6-5 loss to the Astros makes four straight one-run losses and 11 losses overall in the last 14 games. The Royals now are looking up at .500 they are 20-21 for the first time since the seasons first week.
The Chiefs reached the halfway mark of their first voluntary offseason program under their new regime, and general manager John Dorsey was as upbeat on Tuesday as when he was hired on Jan. 14.
Harassed at times last week by the pressure of the defense, the Chiefs offense countered during offseason workouts Tuesday with a faster pace of its own. The offense as a result had perhaps its best day of the spring.
Sporting KC goalie Jimmy Nielsen joined The Star for a live web chat at noon.
Three Sporting Kansas City players were called up for national team duty Monday: midfielder Peterson Joseph and right back Mechack Jerome for Haiti and midfielder Mikey Lopez for the U.S. under-20 men’s national team.
Kansas basketball team has added another big body to a burgeoning roster overhaul. Former Memphis forward Tarik Black has signed a grant-in-aid agreement to play basketball at Kansas, the school announced Tuesday.
Kansas coach Bill Self grew up just north of Oklahoma City, attending high school in the suburban enclave of Edmond, Okla. So on Monday afternoon, as a mile-wide tornado ripped through the area and flattened parts of Moore, a southern suburb, Self’s mind turned toward his home state.
Former Baylor swingman Deuce Bello once ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 54 player in the country has decided to transfer to Mizzou. I just feel like the coaching staff is good, and Ive been cool with (associate coach) Tim (Fuller) for a while, Bello said. At Baylor, we played Mizzou three times and I like their style of play.
With his team needing a win Tuesday night to keep its season alive and advance in the Southeastern Conference tournament, Missouri baseball coach Tim Jamieson will see a familiar face. The Tigers first-round opponent, fifth-seeded Mississippi State, is led by John Cohen, who coached under Jamieson as the primary hitting coach and recruiting coordinator at MU from 1995-97.
Big 12 baseball champion Kansas State took home top individuals honors by the conference on Tuesday, led by player of the year Ross Kivett. The Big 12 also announced that it was moving the start of its tournament in Oklahoma City, scheduled to begin on Wednesday, to Thursday because of Monday’s tornado disaster in nearby Moore.
Kansas State sophomore shortstop Austin Fisher, formerly of Olathe Northwest, is one of 14 players still in consideration for the Brooks Wallace Award, given to the nation’s top shortstop. He led the Big 12 in conference-only batting average at .412.
A growing rivalry between two powerhouse tennis programs appears destined to materialize once again in the state championship.
The Grandview boys' track and field team used the Class 3, Sectional 4 boys meet to prove that it remains the team to beat heading into the Missouri Class 3 state championships this weekend in Jefferson City, but Liberty North Liberty North showed it plans to stay in the hunt.
On Sunday, Johnny Gray, 60, won for the second straight weekend and third time this season when he beat Robert Hight in the Funny Car finals at the NHRA Kansas Nationals at Heartland Park.
Langdon faced Schumacher in a Top Fuel final on Sunday at Heartland Park Topeka for the third time dating to last season, and he made it 3-0 in finals against The Sarge.
Results of area fishing tournaments and events coming up.
It’s been a long wait, but the crappies have finally moved to the spawning banks on Missouri reservoirs.
Nick Gilbert and the Cleveland Cavaliers have beaten the NBA lottery odds again.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - It's official: The Charlotte Bobcats plan to be the Charlotte Hornets.
Just because the Detroit Red Wings were the beneficiaries of a controversial no-goal call late in Game 3, it doesn't mean the seventh-seeded club isn't making its own breaks.
DETROIT - Sometimes, it takes more than urgency and effort.
Guan Tianlang has decided not to try to play in the U.S. Open.
The United States Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club have announced a rule change prohibiting anchored strokes.
Sixth seed Fabio Fognini and French crowd favorite Gael Monfils were among Tuesday's first-round winners at the $530,000 Nice Open, a final clay-court French Open tune-up.
World No. 2 Andy Murray will not participate in the upcoming French Open due to a back injury.