He didn’t score Sunday against the San Francisco Giants, but Jarrod Dyson (1) still personified the Royals’ approach as they completed a three-game sweep. Dyson went 3-for-3, dropped a sacrifice bunt to advance a runner, collected 10 put-outs and stole three bases. He contributed to the team’s total of seven stolen bases, the most the Royals have had in one game since Aug. 1, 1998.
He didn’t score Sunday against the San Francisco Giants, but Jarrod Dyson (1) still personified the Royals’ approach as they completed a three-game sweep. Dyson went 3-for-3, dropped a sacrifice bunt to advance a runner, collected 10 put-outs and stole three bases. He contributed to the team’s total of seven stolen bases, the most the Royals have had in one game since Aug. 1, 1998. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
He didn’t score Sunday against the San Francisco Giants, but Jarrod Dyson (1) still personified the Royals’ approach as they completed a three-game sweep. Dyson went 3-for-3, dropped a sacrifice bunt to advance a runner, collected 10 put-outs and stole three bases. He contributed to the team’s total of seven stolen bases, the most the Royals have had in one game since Aug. 1, 1998. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

Jarrod Dyson leads base-running parade as Royals speed past Giants

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