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Billy Butler (1B,DH)

Kansas City Royals

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Billy Butler News & Advice

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Rotoworld | Jul 26th, 4:38am
Billy Butler hit a pinch-hit go-ahead two-run homer in a 6-4 win over the Indians on Friday night.
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MLB.com | Jul 26th, 3:25am
Billy Butler came off the bench and blasted a two-run pinch-hit homer for a 6-4 victory over the Indians on Friday night, delighting a hometown crowd of 33,460.
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Rotoworld | Jul 24th, 10:41pm
Royals manager Ned Yost said Thursday that Billy Butler will lose playing time in the designated hitter spot in the coming days.
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MLB.com | Jul 23rd, 5:28pm
Rarely has Billy Butler been out of the Royals' starting lineup, especially against a left-handed pitcher, but that was the case on Wednesday.
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KFFL | Jul 23rd, 1:25pm
Kansas City Royals DH Billy Butler (rest) is receiving the day off Wednesday, July 23. ...
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KFFL | Jul 22nd, 12:12am
Kansas City Royals 1B Billy Butler said Monday, July 21, that he is willing to ...
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MLB.com | Jul 22nd, 12:00am
Billy Butler has had a struggle this season and no one, including him, is sure when or if he'll come out of it. One thing Butler does know is that he'd like to remain with the Royals -- even if it means renegotiating his contract.
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MLB.com | Jul 21st, 11:44pm
Shortly before game time on Monday night, manager Ned Yost scratched Eric Hosmer (bruised right hand) and put Billy Butler, normally his designated hitter, at first base for the first time this season.
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KFFL | Jul 20th, 6:10am
Although Kansas City Royals DH Billy Butler believes his team should pick up the $12 ...
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Roto Professor | Jul 9th, 6:45pm
The power has completely disappeared, as he has been driving the ball into the ground repeatedly (52.0%, with a 24.9% fly ball rate). Also, if he's banished towards the bottom of the lineup both his RBI and run potential will be limited. It also won't be surprising to see him starting to lose playing time, and owners may want to finally move on from him at this point. - Eric Stashin