The Royals gave up some home runs in New York but also should be concerned about walking too many batters.
The Royals gave up some home runs in New York but also should be concerned about walking too many batters. Julie Jacobson AP
The Royals gave up some home runs in New York but also should be concerned about walking too many batters. Julie Jacobson AP
Judging the Royals

Judging the Royals

Lee Judge shares insights from KC's major-leaguers.

Royals escape home-run happy New York but still have pitching problems

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