The Royals World Series Champion is back in Kansas City. That’s speed! It brings you back to play in the city where you won it all.
The· Kansas City Royals It announced on Friday that it had signed a one-year contract with outfielder Jarrod Dyson.
Dyson was with the Royals for the first seven years of his career from 2010 to 2016.
The Royals drafted Dyson in 2006 in the 50th round of the first year draft.
Dyson returned his speed to Kansas City with him, where he was ranked sixth in history with a stolen base of 176.
The 36-year-old outfielder joined the club in 2014 and 2015, participated in the World Series in a row, and won everything in 2015.
After participating in the game as a substitute for the 12th inning, Dyson won an impressive game-winning run in the definitive Game 5 of the 2015 World Series.
He played in 21 career playoff games over the two years, including 19 with the Royals.
Since 2010, Dyson’s 256 career steals have been the fifth largest tie in the majors during that period. He has spent seven seasons in more than 20 steals, including 36 stolen bases, the best in his career at the Royals in 2014.
The left-handed outfielder spent a total of 32 games in the 2020 season with the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Chicago White Sox.
He was traded to Chicago on August 28th, 3-10 (.300) in 11 games against Chicago, and played off the bench in two games in the club’s Wild Card series vs Auckland.
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Return to KC: Royals signs a one-year contract with Jarrod Dyson
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