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June 22, 2014 4:22 PM

Royals let down Yordano Ventura, drop fourth straight with 2-1 loss to Seattle Mariners

The decisive pitch in Sunday’s 2-1 Royals loss, their fourth in a row, was an 86-mph curveball tumbling out of Yordano Ventura’s right hand. The baseball curved and bent up in the strike zone, near the waist of Seattle catcher Mike Zunino. An antagonist all weekend at Kauffman Stadium, Zunino played his role with aplomb Sunday, crushing a solo home run to put the Mariners ahead in the seventh.

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