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March 13, 2014 6:32 PM

Eric Hosmer's opposite field hits impressive as Royals fall to Indians 12-6

The direction of the hits is what appealed to Eric Hosmer after a 12-6 loss to the Indians on Thursday. His third-inning home run and his fifth-inning double both soared into left field. Even in spring training, opposite-field, extra-base hits are cause for celebration.

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