New Royals pitcher Kris Medlen, who is still rehabbing from elbow surgery, said “I feel like I have a lot of baseball left to play,” during an introductory news conference Thursday at Kauffman Stadium.
New Royals pitcher Kris Medlen, who is still rehabbing from elbow surgery, said “I feel like I have a lot of baseball left to play,” during an introductory news conference Thursday at Kauffman Stadium. John Sleezer The Kansas City Star
New Royals pitcher Kris Medlen, who is still rehabbing from elbow surgery, said “I feel like I have a lot of baseball left to play,” during an introductory news conference Thursday at Kauffman Stadium. John Sleezer The Kansas City Star

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