More Videos

Watch new turf go in at Kauffman Stadium in time-lapse video 2:43

Watch new turf go in at Kauffman Stadium in time-lapse video

Brandon Lee: MU teammates say he’s a running back after his pick-six 2:38

Brandon Lee: MU teammates say he’s a running back after his pick-six

'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets 0:54

'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens 2:37

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption 1:19

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption

KU's Hasan Defense discusses his late hit on Baker Mayfield 1:38

KU's Hasan Defense discusses his late hit on Baker Mayfield

Barry Odom: sixth win was a 'barrier' to break through 9:21

Barry Odom: sixth win was a "barrier" to break through

Joe Dineen explains why KU's captains didn't shake Baker Mayfield's hand after the coin toss 3:40

Joe Dineen explains why KU's captains didn't shake Baker Mayfield's hand after the coin toss

Leeann Tweeden accepts Senator Franken's apology, recounts moment of sexual assault 1:36

Leeann Tweeden accepts Senator Franken's apology, recounts moment of sexual assault

Whither Chiefs' rushing game? How foes have shut it down 0:53

Whither Chiefs' rushing game? How foes have shut it down

  • Royals Kyle Zimmer says pain is gone

    Kansas City Royals minor-league pitcher Kyle Zimmer has been rehabbing after last year's diagnoses and surgery for his thoracic outlet syndrome, and says he's pain free and ready for spring training.

Kansas City Royals minor-league pitcher Kyle Zimmer has been rehabbing after last year's diagnoses and surgery for his thoracic outlet syndrome, and says he's pain free and ready for spring training. John Sleezer and Rustin Dodd The Kansas City Star
Kansas City Royals minor-league pitcher Kyle Zimmer has been rehabbing after last year's diagnoses and surgery for his thoracic outlet syndrome, and says he's pain free and ready for spring training. John Sleezer and Rustin Dodd The Kansas City Star

After another rehab process, is this the year for Royals prospect Kyle Zimmer?

January 31, 2017 01:51 PM

UPDATED February 01, 2017 08:42 AM

More Videos

Watch new turf go in at Kauffman Stadium in time-lapse video 2:43

Watch new turf go in at Kauffman Stadium in time-lapse video

Brandon Lee: MU teammates say he’s a running back after his pick-six 2:38

Brandon Lee: MU teammates say he’s a running back after his pick-six

'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets 0:54

'We still care': Families of homicide victims surprised with Thanksgiving baskets

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens 2:37

How secrecy in Kansas is hurting its citizens

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption 1:19

National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption

KU's Hasan Defense discusses his late hit on Baker Mayfield 1:38

KU's Hasan Defense discusses his late hit on Baker Mayfield

Barry Odom: sixth win was a 'barrier' to break through 9:21

Barry Odom: sixth win was a "barrier" to break through

Joe Dineen explains why KU's captains didn't shake Baker Mayfield's hand after the coin toss 3:40

Joe Dineen explains why KU's captains didn't shake Baker Mayfield's hand after the coin toss

Leeann Tweeden accepts Senator Franken's apology, recounts moment of sexual assault 1:36

Leeann Tweeden accepts Senator Franken's apology, recounts moment of sexual assault

Whither Chiefs' rushing game? How foes have shut it down 0:53

Whither Chiefs' rushing game? How foes have shut it down

  • Watch new turf go in at Kauffman Stadium in time-lapse video

    Time-lapse over three days show installation of new turf at Kauffman Stadium. It's the first time the field has been renovated since 1994.