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MLB.com | Sep 30th, 10:43pm
A postseason start still eludes 14-year veteran Adam Dunn, who was not in the A's starting lineup in Tuesday's American League Wild Card Game, despite the Royals throwing a right-hander in James Shields.
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MLB.com | Sep 30th, 4:50pm
A nine-man pitching staff, including three starters in addition to James Shields, was included on the roster announced by the Royals for the American League Wild Card Game against the A's.
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MLB.com | Sep 30th, 12:00am
A's manager Bob Melvin made out 138 different lineups in the regular season, a reflection of this team's many moving pieces. But in determining which of those are best suited for Tuesday's American League Wild Card Game matchup against Royals right-hander James Shields, expect Melvin to turn to a familiar formula.
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MLB.com | Sep 29th, 11:27pm
When Adam Dunn steps in to face Kansas City's James Shields in the first inning of Tuesday night's American League Wild Card Game at Kauffman Stadium, he'll end his career-long drought of never playing in a postseason game.
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MLB.com | Sep 29th, 4:02am
Following 28 long years without the thrill every team covets every year, Kansas City will host its first postseason game since 1985, an October journey that ended with the only World Series title in 59 years of Major League Baseball there. The Royals will host the A's at 8:07 p.m. ET on Tuesday on TBS, featuring a marquee mound matchup between right-hander James Shields (14-8, 3.21 ERA) and A's left-hander...
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Rotoworld | Sep 29th, 1:17am
Royals manager Ned Yost officially announced Sunday that James Shields would start for the Royals in Tuesday's Wild Card Game against the Athletics.
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MLB.com | Sep 28th, 9:58pm
James Shields will be pitching for the Royals in the American League Wild Card Game against the A's on Tuesday night (7:07 CT, TBS), in Kansas City.
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MLB.com | Sep 28th, 5:17pm
At mid-morning Sunday, manager Ned Yost didn't know which team his Royals would be facing next after the regular-season finale. It might be Detroit, Oakland or Seattle. At that point, no one knew. Yost, relaxing in an office chair in the visitors' clubhouse, knew who his pitcher would be regardless of the opponent: James Shields.
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MLB.com | Sep 27th, 1:25am
There once was a time when James Shields' career looked lost. But thanks the guidance of a big league cousin, the right-hander has built a following in Kansas City and Tampa Bay, and is poised to be one of the biggest free agents of the winter.
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MLB.com | Sep 26th, 5:23am
Pitcher James Shields has done this long enough that he knows one thing: If you don't have your best stuff, you've got to find a way to make things work. And that's what he did in the Royals' 6-3 victory over the White Sox on Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field.