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June 27, 2013 10:21 AM

A peek behind curtain of Royals' all-important four-run threshold

The stat of the season for the Royals is this four-run threshold, the one we’ve mentioned a million times in the paper and blogs, and here it is again in Bob Dutton’s game story from last night: “They are 25-5 when they score at least four runs (and 11-34 when they don’t).” That works out to an .833 win percentage when they score four or more and a .244 win percentage when they don’t.

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