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July 19, 2014 8:54 PM

Royals’ offense fails to support Danny Duffy in 2-1 loss to Boston

The Royals were once again unable to challenge their cellar-residing foes in the latter innings, and a solo homer by Mike Napoli in the sixth was the difference as the Red Sox beat Kansas City 2-1 on Saturday night in Boston. If this defeat lacked the head scratching and kvetching of the previous night, the end result was still the same: A defeat for a baseball team that has experienced too many in recent weeks, and a club with a 10-20 record in one-run games.

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