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A rare bullpen hiccup and a base-running blunder Tuesday kept Kansas City from climbing above .500 and instead dumped them back into third place in the American League Central Division as the Royals lost 4-3 to the Indians on Tuesday night in Cleveland.
Everyone knows someone who is habitually late. It’s a maddening trait to the unafflicted who see the problem as remarkably easy to fix: Start earlier. That’s how the Royals’ two new hitting coaches, George Brett and Pedro Grifol, diagnosed Eric Hosmer’s swing.
If we can get away from jokes about candy wrappers and the “Right 53,” we can see what is happening here. Scott Pioli is making the predictable career move by joining NBC’s Sunday night NFL studio show after being fired as Chiefs general manager in January. But to really prepare for another NFL job, Pioli needs to focus on the problems that surfaced in his four years running the Chiefs.
The Chiefs announced Monday they will officially kick off training camp under new head coach Andy Reid on Friday, July 26 at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.
Jimmy Nielsen, a native of Denmark, lives with his wife and two children in Brookside. He will speak and sign copies of his autobiography, Welcome to the Blue Heaven, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Plaza branch of the Kansas City Public Library, 4801 Main St.
Four Sporting KC players got the chance to test their skills in another sport when they drove some laps on the infield road course at Kansas Speedway.
On the surface, the antiquated gravel track and absence of field amenities at Penney High School in Hamilton, Mo., make baffling what blossomed from here earlier this month in Eugene, Ore: Lindsay Vollmer, a sophomore at Kansas whose hometown training hinged on what she playfully called “strange stuff,” won the NCAA heptathlon championship to help stake the Jayhawks to the first women’s national title in school history.
KU athletics and IMG College, which holds multimedia rights for KU sports, announced Tuesday a long-term television partnership with Time Warner Cable Sports to distribute 300 hours of original KU sports programming annually, including live games, other coverage and replays. That means KU men’s basketball games carried by Jayhawk Television and aired on KSMO-TV Channel 62 in Kansas City last season will move to Metro Sports. Last season, Jayhawk Television aired six KU basketball games, including two exhibitions.
Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith announced the hiring of former Drake coach Mark Phelps as an assistant Tuesday. “I had some other opportunities and this was, by far, an absolute no-brainer,” Phelps said. “I would have run to Missouri on two feet for the opportunity.”
An $8.3 million contribution has earned a former University of Missouri curator naming rights for the school’s golf course at a Columbia country club.
All four of K-State’s freshmen are three-star recruits ranked outside the national top 150, according to Rivals.com. On paper, at least, the Wildcats appear to be losing more talent than they are bringing in. K-State’s basketball coaches share a much more optimistic outlook.
Whitney Pyle, a K-State senior women’s golfer who turned herself in for signing an incorrect scorecard at a February tournament, was chosen Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year on Monday. Pyle, who finished in the top 20 of three tournaments, was also an active participant and leader in student and team-led service initiatives throughout her career.
Ever since Greg Norman's final-round implosion allowed Nick Faldo win the Masters in 1996, a generation of fine English talent has come up short in golf's four major championships.
Next week marks four years that Justin Rose first began working on his swing with Sean Foley. But in the moments after winning the U.S. Open for his first major championship, Rose referred to him as more than just a swing coach.
When Fort Osage High School football coach Ryan Schartz started putting together a Missouri all-star squad, he wasn’t sure what was going to happen. Sure, he knew he’d have some talented players, but how would it all come together?
Trey Daniel, a two-time Kansas 6A singles champion at Blue Valley North, headlines an elite group of USTA junior tennis players who will compete in the Missouri Valley Sweet 16 Championship this week at the Plaza Tennis Center. The five-state event begins with doubles play Tuesday and includes players from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Iowa.
Greg Biffle gave Ford a milestone victory - right down the road from company headquarters.
NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died after an accident Wednesday night in a heat race at a dirt car event at Bridgeport Speedway.
The latest results from area fishing tournaments and notices of upcoming events.
Want to get away from it all without really leaving the city? Try the hiking trails at Burr Oak Woods or the Parkville Nature Sanctuary. The Kansas City metro area is filled with beautiful hiking trails tucked away in the green spaces that development hasnt touched.
The Timberwolves enter next week's NBA draft needing to add both size and shooting in their backcourt.
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Former tennis champion Gene Mako, who captured four major doubles titles and was ranked in the world top 10 during the 1930s, died in Southern California at the age of 97.
Five-time champion Venus Williams withdrew from Wimbledon on Tuesday due to a back injury, ending her streak of 16 consecutive appearances at the prestigious Grand Slam event.