The Royals’ Lorenzo Cain (right) was greeted by Jonny Gomes after Cain scored on a double by Eric Hosmer during Saturday’s baseball game against the Twins in Minneapolis.
The Royals’ Lorenzo Cain (right) was greeted by Jonny Gomes after Cain scored on a double by Eric Hosmer during Saturday’s baseball game against the Twins in Minneapolis. Jim Mone The Associated Press
The Royals’ Lorenzo Cain (right) was greeted by Jonny Gomes after Cain scored on a double by Eric Hosmer during Saturday’s baseball game against the Twins in Minneapolis. Jim Mone The Associated Press

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