#Royals Jeremy Guthrie is the first starting pitcher in at least 100 years to allow 10+ ER and 4 HR in 1 or fewer IP
Sporting News "Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie apologized to the Orioles for wearing a T-shirt to his post-game news conference Tuesday night that read, "These O's Ain't Royal." Guthrie wore the shirt, a twist on the Chris Brown song "Loyal," after Kansas City beat his former team 2-1 to take a 3-0 lead in..." October 15
Jeremy Guthrie is #Royals Game 3 starter.
Kansas City Star "As the ball jumped off Alex Gordon’s bat and rose toward the right-field seats, the relief could be felt throughout Kauffman Stadium. On the field. In the dugout. And in the grandstands. They all exhaled when Gordon’s three-run shot broke open the Royals’ 7-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays..." April 10
MLB.com "In a move to free up some payroll space for 2014, the Royals restructured right-hander Jeremy Guthrie's contract. While news of the deal was first revealed on Monday by Joel Sherman of the New York Post, Royals general manager Dayton Moore told MLB.com that it was actually completed back in..." January 13
Kansas City Star "The early returns from the Royals’ new-look lineup offered promise Thursday night by producing three home runs in a 6-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. That was plenty for Jeremy Guthrie to extend his club-record unbeaten streak to 18 starts and for the Royals to end a..." May 10
CSN Chicago "As highly as Robin Ventura thinks of his bullpen, he might have just as much respect for the Kansas City Royals’ relievers. The White Sox found out once again on Thursday afternoon why they’ve struggled against Kansas City over the last season-plus. The Royals’ bullpen followed starter Jeremy..." April 05
Kansas City Star "There’s a protocol in spring training (like there is with most things in most places), and it’s an unwritten rule that big-league players, especially veteran big-league players, get to park closest to the clubhouse. Perhaps it needs to be written down but, no matter, pitchers James Shields and..." March 20