Teammate Eric Hosmer (35) congratulated Paulo Orlando after Orlando scored on a sacrifice fly in the first inning against the Minnesota Twins on Sunday in Minneapolis. Orlando was at the heart of the action all afternoon as the Royals erupted for 11 runs — their most since June 18 — to beat the Twins 11-4 and complete their third straight series victory.
Teammate Eric Hosmer (35) congratulated Paulo Orlando after Orlando scored on a sacrifice fly in the first inning against the Minnesota Twins on Sunday in Minneapolis. Orlando was at the heart of the action all afternoon as the Royals erupted for 11 runs — their most since June 18 — to beat the Twins 11-4 and complete their third straight series victory. Tom Olmscheid The Associated Press
Teammate Eric Hosmer (35) congratulated Paulo Orlando after Orlando scored on a sacrifice fly in the first inning against the Minnesota Twins on Sunday in Minneapolis. Orlando was at the heart of the action all afternoon as the Royals erupted for 11 runs — their most since June 18 — to beat the Twins 11-4 and complete their third straight series victory. Tom Olmscheid The Associated Press

Paulo Orlando carries Royals’ offense to 11-4 victory over Twins

August 14, 2016 04:33 PM