Alex Gordon LF KC 4 Days

Gordon went 2-for-4 with a homer, a triple, two RBI and three runs scored in Sunday's 12-6 win over Minnesota.

It was Gordon's third consecutive multihit effort. The outfielder has been terrific since the All-Star break, hitting .337 (35-for-104) with four homers, four doubles, 11 RBI, eight walks and two stolen bases.

Alex Gordon LF KC 12 Days

Gordon went 2-for-3 with a homer, two RBI and a walk in a win over San Francisco on Sunday.

Gordon has been swinging a hot bat, having hit a home run in three of his last four games. Following Sunday's win, he's now slashing .279/.356/.437 with 12 homers and 53 RBI for the season.

Alex Gordon LF KC 13 Days

Gordon went 2-for-4 with a solo homer and two runs scored in a win over the Giants on Saturday night.

The blast was Gordon's 11th of the season, and second in the last three games. He continues to provide excellent value for the Royals with his defense in left field, but Gordon seems to have leveled off with a .276/.352/.428 line, and his days of carrying an OPS north of .800 may be over.

Alex Gordon LF KC 1 Month

Alex Gordon returned to action on Friday July 18.

Alex Gordon LF KC 1 Month

Alex Gordon (wrist) made it through a successful workout on Thursday.

Gordon won't officially be cleared to rejoin the Royals' lineup until after he goes through drills again Friday. However, he's headed to Boston with the team and the hope remains that he will be able to avoid the disabled list. Gordon missed the final four games of the first half because of a sprained right wrist.

Alex Gordon LF KC 1 Month

Alex Gordon (wrist) is aiming to return to the Royals' starting lineup on Friday in Boston.

Gordon missed the final four games of the first half because of a sprained right wrist and will not participate in Tuesday's All-Star Game despite being named to the American League squad. He plans to test his wrist with a full workout Thursday in Kansas City before the Royals travel to Fenway Park for a weekend series.

Alex Gordon LF KC 1 Month

Alex Gordon (wrist) will not participate in the All-Star Game.

Gordon was scratched from the Royals' lineup on Wednesday because of a sprained right wrist. The Royals are holding off on a DL decision for now, but we wouldn't be surprised if he misses the remainder of the first half at the very least.

Alex Gordon LF KC 1 Month

Alex Gordon was scratched from the Royals' lineup on Wednesday because of a sprained right wrist.

Wrist sprains usually spell trouble for baseball players, but the Royals haven't given any indication as to the severity of the injury. Gordon is day-to-day for now.

Alex Gordon LF KC 2 Months

Alex Gordon went 1-for-4 with the Royals' lone run in Sunday's loss to the Mariners.

The Royals had seven hits, all singles, against Roenis Elias and the Mariners bullpen. Gordon's hit extended a modest six-game hitting streak, and he's managed to score at least one run in eight of the last nine games. The small streak has raised Gordon's season average to .291, and he's got an .835 OPS that's among the best in the American League.

Alex Gordon LF KC 2 Months

Alex Gordon hit a solo homer and drew a walk in Saturday's loss to the Mariners.

His fifth-inning solo shot was the only offense of the game for Kansas City. Gordon has five home runs this month and nine for the season. Between his .292/.371/.469 batting line and his excellent defense in left field, the 30-year-old is having an excellent under the radar season.