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A missed call Friday night helped continue the Royals‘ deepening May slide in a 5-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels in front of a near-sellout crowd at Kauffman Stadium.
Heres some much needed good news for the Royals as they look to pull out of their May slide: lefty Danny Duffy is ready to start his minor-league rehab assignment in his recovery from Tommy John surgery.
The Chiefs have revealed plenty of two-tight end formations during their offseason program and spent plenty of time at least trying to throw the ball to both of their new tight ends, Anthony Fasano and Travis Kelce. The signs are everywhere that the tight end as a pass receiver is back in the Chiefs offense under new coach Andy Reid.
New Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah, a practicing Muslim, elected not to return to the Minnesota Vikings last season and instead took his wife, parents and two older brothers on a monthlong pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia last October. To get back out here and to have a second chance, not a lot of people get one, Abdullah said. So this is a blessing.
U.S. Soccer announced the sites for fourth-round Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup games and Sporting Kansas City is in line to play at home again.
Sporting KC goalie Jimmy Nielsen joined The Star for a live web chat at noon.
Earlier this week, Kansas football coach Charlie Weis concluded what was supposed to be an eight-city spring preview tour. Weis also addressed a number of issues regarding his program. Those included the expected renovation at Memorial Stadium, with the removal of the track in the near future; in-state recruiting; and the perception of Kansas football after his first year on the job.
No. 6 seed Kansas snapped a six-game losing streak by winning its Big 12 tournament opener 7-2 over No. 3 West Virginia.
Not even a strong performance by star pitcher Chelsea Thomas help the Missouri softball team, which lost 1-0 on Friday to Washington, which swept the best-of-three NCAA super regional series in Columbia and advanced to the Women’s College World Series.
The Huskies post timely hits against Thomas, the Tigers’ ace, and the MU defense has crucial miscues in the 2-1 Washington win. Mizzou needs to sweep Friday to move to the Women’s College World Series.
K-State exploded with five runs in the top of the ninth inning behind Jon Davis, Tanner Witt and Lance Miles, beating Baylor 13-9 at the Big 12 baseball tournament on Friday. The Wildcats will reach Sunday’s championship game with a win over Oklahoma at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.
In tornado-ravaged Oklahoma, Wildcats maintain focus and beat Texas Tech 4-3 on the first day of the Big 12 baseball tournament.
Jaguars blank Olathe South and win a state title.
Stewart gets the win in both games as the Hawks go extra innings to take down Derby 2-1 in the semifinals, then escape a determined Washburn Rural team in the final.
Graham Rahal hasn’t won an IndyCar race since his debut more than five years ago, but thinks he has found a comfort zone driving for his father’s team, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Though he will start 26th in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500, Rahal thinks his team has the horsepower and brainpower to enable him to become the first American to win the Indy 500 since Sam Hornish Jr. in 2006.
Defending champion Dario Franchitti and Helio Castroneves will be trying to win a fourth Indy 500 when the race starts at 11 a.m. Sunday on ABC.
Looking for something different? How about a toad race or a big bowl of porcupine stew?
The lowly sucker is king for the day when Nixa, Mo., has its annual Sucker Day.
David West was more than a little disappointed when the Indiana Pacers failed to make a defensive play at the end to win Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Chris Kreider's goal at the 7:03 mark of overtime kept the New York Rangers alive thanks to a 4-3 victory over the Boston Bruins in Game 4 of this Eastern Conference semifinal from Madison Square Garden. Rick Nash skated into the Bruins' zone on the right wing, and pulled up at the bottom of the circle before dishing ahead to a streaking Kreider for a redirection under the crossbar to end the contest. Carl Hagelin, Derek Stepan and Brian Boyle also tallied for the Rangers, who staved off elimination and avoided being swept for the first time since 2006. Henrik Lundqvist came up with 37 saves to help New York force a Game 5 on Saturday evening in Boston. Nathan Horton, Torey Krug and Tyler Seguin found the back of the net for the Bruins, who failed in their first attempt at reaching the conference finals for the second time in the last three seasons. Tuukka Rask made 28 saves in defeat.
DENVER - This spring, John Elway held court with the NFL draft, Joe Sakic was given the stage with the Avs, and Walt Weiss lifted the Rockies near the top of the NL West.
Boston or the New York Rangers? To be honest, Ottawa's Daniel Alfredsson doesn't think it matters who the Pittsburgh Penguins face in the Eastern Conference finals.
Colin Montgomerie called the Sergio Garcia "fried chicken" controversy a "mountain out of a molehill."
Annie Park brought more than great skills to Southern California's women's golf team.
Three U.S. men have qualified for the French Open for the first time in more than 30 years.
Yes, tennis fans, Roger Federer is finally on Twitter.