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MLB Rumors – Kansas City Royals Taking Surprising Risk By Signing Ian Kennedy

Posted on 16 Jan, 2016, by in MLB

The fact that the Kansas City Royals went ahead and signed Ian Kennedy isn’t such a big surprise. The more surprising factor in this deal is the amount of money they were willing to give him. More

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MLB Rumors – Kansas City Royals, Toronto Blue Jays Close to Signing Ian Kennedy & Yovani Gallardo

Posted on 15 Jan, 2016, by in MLB

There are still good starting pitchers to be had in this free agency market, with the Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays willing to spend money to land these players. The Royals are more interested in Kennedy while the Blue Jays have an eye for Gallardo, but it won’t be too surprising to see teams switching interests. More

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MLB Rumors – Washington Nationals, Houston Astros & Kansas City Royals Interested in Signing Ian Kennedy

Posted on 13 Jan, 2016, by in MLB

If there’s one pitcher who could use a new team it’s Ian Kennedy, who didn’t do all that well during his time with the San Diego Padres. While not a top of the rotation kind of guy, he can be useful as the number four or five option for a number of teams, especially the Kansas City Royals, Houston Astros and Washington Nationals. More

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Ian Kennedy Sparks the Brawl of the Season (Diamondbacks vs Dodgers)

Posted on 12 Jun, 2013, by in MLB

In order to stop special players, some pitchers resort to what people like to refer as bush-league tactics. So Ian Kennedy decided to use his talents to hit Yasiel Puig in the face with a pitch, followed by going after Zach Greinke, who is just as much to blame for the brawl that ensued, and the ejections, as the result in the game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Los Angeles Dodgers didn’t seem to matter anymore. More

Yovani Gallardo Outpitching Ian Kennedy Means End for Diamondbacks (Brewers vs Diamondbacks)

Posted on 1 Oct, 2011, by in MLB

It wasn’t like Ian Kennedy was that bad. He wasn’t superb, like most of 2011, finishing with a 21-4 record and 2.88 ERA. He wasn’t brilliant like his only start against the Milwaukee Brewers this season, shutting them down for 7 innings, allowing only 4 hits. Still, in comparison to the gem thrown by Yovani Gallardo, striking out nine in eight innings, yeah, the playoff opener for the Diamondbacks ace kinda sucked. More