Royals pitcher Trevor Cahill is optimistic about a quick return from

Royals starter Trevor Cahill returned to the club on Friday, one day after going on the 10-day disabled list with a shoulder injury.

The clock is ticking on Trevor Cahill. Placed on the 10-day disabled list on Thursday because of rotator-cuff fatigue, Cahill has a matter of weeks to rest his right arm and return to a club in a competitive postseason race. He will be a free agent …
ANALYSIS: With the placement of recently acquired Trevor Cahill on the disabled list with a shoulder impingement, the Royals need a new rotation piece. Enter Jake Junis, who threw eight innings of one run ball against the Mariners back on August 6.

An episode of Criminal Minds comes to mind, where the serial killer in question was known for drowning his victim, reviving him or her and then repeating that process. That's what this week felt like. It was predictable in the way that baseball is …

We get accused at times of being too dour, too pessimistic, too “the glass projects to be half-full.” We would rather think of ourselves as being “realistic”, but whatever the case, when we see the Royals make a move we like, we will be effusive in our …

An MRI on Cahill's shoulder showed no structural damage, Jeffrey Flanagan of MLB.com reports. This is encouraging news, but Cahill admitted that he's unsure when he may be able to return. The right-hander missed seven weeks with a shoulder injury

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