Bruce Chen gave up a seventh-inning home run to Josh Donaldson Tuesday night as the Royals lost 11-3 to the Oakland Athletics. Vahe Gregorian writes that despite the ugly loss, the Royals are poised for the stretch because the Royals remain anchored by what’s been steadfast and constant all season: pitching.
Bruce Chen gave up a seventh-inning home run to Josh Donaldson Tuesday night as the Royals lost 11-3 to the Oakland Athletics. Vahe Gregorian writes that despite the ugly loss, the Royals are poised for the stretch because the Royals remain anchored by what’s been steadfast and constant all season: pitching. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Bruce Chen gave up a seventh-inning home run to Josh Donaldson Tuesday night as the Royals lost 11-3 to the Oakland Athletics. Vahe Gregorian writes that despite the ugly loss, the Royals are poised for the stretch because the Royals remain anchored by what’s been steadfast and constant all season: pitching. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

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