Vahe Gregorian

August 12, 2014 11:05 PM

Pitching will give Royals a chance to fulfill ‘special time’

Despite an ugly 11-3 loss to the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday, the Royals are poised for the stretch. And one clunker doesn’t puncture the special time, at least not automatically. But it does bring us face to face with the real question: How sustainable is a division race for the Royals? The answer is completely because the Royals remain anchored by what’s been steadfast and constant all season: pitching.

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