Royals relief pitcher Yohan Pino walks back to the dugout as the Tigers celebrate their 6-5 win in the ninth inning of Friday's baseball game in Detroit.
Royals relief pitcher Yohan Pino walks back to the dugout as the Tigers celebrate their 6-5 win in the ninth inning of Friday's baseball game in Detroit. Carlos Osorio AP
Royals relief pitcher Yohan Pino walks back to the dugout as the Tigers celebrate their 6-5 win in the ninth inning of Friday's baseball game in Detroit. Carlos Osorio AP
Judging the Royals

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