Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports The Royals played a Chicago team in Kansas City, leave to play a different Chicago team in Chicago and then come back to Kansas City to play that same team. All in the span of three days! The Royals start a four-game set against the Chicago Cubs today that begins in Wrigley and returns to Kauffman Stadium for the final two on Wednesday. … [Read more...] about Chicago Cubs Series Preview: A split between Wrigley and KC
David DeJesus #9 of the Chicago Cubs can’t make a catch on a double by Ryan Hanigan #29 of the Cincinnati Reds during the fifth inning on August 14, 2013 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. | Photo by David Banks/Getty Images Chicago, but the other one. I’m not going to complain about the Kansas City Royals’ MLB schedule. They have played all their games, and neither they … [Read more...] about Game 11 Thread: Royals vs. Cubs
Starting pitcher Danny Duffy #41 of the Kansas City Royals delivers the ball against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on August 03, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. | Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images Great pitching didn’t matter Fresh from facing a baseball team from Chicago, the Kansas City Royals turned around to play the other baseball team from Chicago in the first game … [Read more...] about Duffy gem wasted by anemic Royals offense as KC is shut out 2-0
Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Chiefs headlines for Monday, August 3 The latest Every NFL Team’s Secret Weapon for 2020 | Bleacher Report Kansas City Chiefs: CB Charvarius Ward Those who readily recognize Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward generally fall into one of two categories: They’re Chiefs fans, or they closely followed Kansas City’s … [Read more...] about Arrowheadlines: Charvarius Ward is the Chiefs’ secret weapon
Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images Three players with upside, hope and experience will be battling to become the Chiefs’ right guard. As training camp progresses over the next few weeks, the AP Nerd Squad continues to break down the Chiefs roster position by position. We’re working from the top of the depth chart to the bottom, briefing you about how we think each position … [Read more...] about Right guard is the battle to watch on the offensive line
Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The Kansas City Chiefs have begun their acclimation period of 2020 NFL training camp — or, in other words, weight lifting, on-field conditioning and team walkthroughs. With no fans or media access at the moment, we are at the mercy of the organization to provide some visuals of camp — and it did so over the weekend in … [Read more...] about Chiefs tweet look-in videos of training camp
Al Diaz/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images In the most recent Arrowhead Pride Laboratory podcast, we discussed what the Chiefs should do if Bashaud Breeland opens the season with a suspension. On Monday’s Mailbag edition of the Arrowhead Pride Laboratory podcast, we were asked if the Kansas City Chiefs — with a potential Bashaud Breeland suspension looming — … [Read more...] about Should the Chiefs add a veteran cornerback for the start of 2020?
Photo by Daniel Shirey/Getty Images The Chiefs-to-Vegas trip is delayed until 2021. When the Raiders decided to drop Oakland for Las Vegas, a number of Kansas City Chiefs fans at training camp expressed to me how they were excited to take in a Chiefs road game in Sin City. COVID-19 has ruined that possibility — at least for 2020. The Las Vegas Raiders sent an email to their … [Read more...] about Raiders’ stadium to be closed to fans for 2020 season
Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Welcome to Coral, our new commenting platform. Hello, all. Andrew Losowsky here again with some good news. Today, we’ve launched our new commenting platform, Coral, on this site. You can try it out below, or on any article here. As we said Friday, we now have features that have been on our wish lists for years. And … [Read more...] about And we are live!