After the death of his father in the Dominican Republic, pitcher Edinson Volquez returned to the Royals on Saturday and watched from the dugout as his teammates beat the New York Mets in Game 4 of the World Series. Volquez will start Game 5 on Sunday night with the Royals one win away from a championship.
After the death of his father in the Dominican Republic, pitcher Edinson Volquez returned to the Royals on Saturday and watched from the dugout as his teammates beat the New York Mets in Game 4 of the World Series. Volquez will start Game 5 on Sunday night with the Royals one win away from a championship. Matt Slocum The Associated Press
After the death of his father in the Dominican Republic, pitcher Edinson Volquez returned to the Royals on Saturday and watched from the dugout as his teammates beat the New York Mets in Game 4 of the World Series. Volquez will start Game 5 on Sunday night with the Royals one win away from a championship. Matt Slocum The Associated Press
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