Judging the Royals

August 17, 2014 6:41 PM

What happened to the Kansas City Royals’ offense Sunday?

On Saturday night, the Royals lost to the Minnesota Twins 4-1, and their offense looked anemic. They had a total of eight hits, struck out nine times, did not walk once and their only run came on an error. Sunday afternoon, the Royals beat the Twins 12-6. This time, Kansas City overpowered the Twins with their bats. So what happened to the Royals’ offense? Good pitching on Saturday, bad pitching on Sunday.

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