Defending World Series champion Royals starting OF Jarrod Dyson out six weeks
USA TODAY Sports' Bob Nightengale predicts some things you'd never expect.
The defending World Series champions have suffered their first significant injury the season.
Jarrod Dyson, projected to be the Kansas City Royals’ starting right fielder, has suffered a strained oblique and will be out six weeks, manager Ned Yost told reporters Wednesday morning.
Dyson, 31, was projected to get the majority of playing time in right field, with Paulo Orlando starting against left-handed starters. Now, Orlando becomes the primary option, and depth could be provided by non-roster invitee Travis Snider... read more
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