ESPN "The baseball that Kansas City Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar hit for an inside-the-park home run in the bottom of the first inning in Game 1 of the World Series sold Wednesday night for $19,200. The ball was retrieved and authenticated by Major League Baseball with a QR code and a hologram...." November 05
MLB.com "With his 2-year-old son in his arms and his wife by his side, Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar approached Kauffman Stadium's home dugout late Friday night, looked up and saw a sold-out crowd serenade him with the "MVP" chants he never could've imagined. Escobar -- the atypical leadoff hitter..." October 24
Alcides Escobar left with a left elbow contusion
Alcides Escobar was scratched.
Fox Sports Kansas City "The Kansas City Royals had a busy Friday afternoon, announcing several roster moves. Shortstop Alcides Escobar has been activated from the seven-day disabled list (concussion), and will hit leadoff Friday night against the Detroit Tigers. Mike Moustakas, meanwhile, has been placed on the..." May 08
Alcides Escobar was just hit by a pitch in the head. He's walking off the field under his power, but that was scary.
Kansas City Star "Alcides Escobar rose from his seat on a bucket behind home plate and trotted toward his position at shortstop. As his teammates took batting practice, he bent to scoop grounders swatted at him by Royals instructor Jason Kendall. Instead of throwing, Escobar deposited the balls in a neat pile near..." March 19
Alcides Escobar received a cortisone shot for his shoulder. The team wants to eradicate the inflammation quickly.