Vahe Gregorian

August 14, 2014 8:50 PM

In rallying past the A’s, the Royals show some needed, late-season toughness

Fully immersed in the crucible of a pennant race as the American League Central leaders, Kansas City shrugged off Jarrod Dyson’s miscue and a seemingly demoralizing interference call on Alcides Escobar, tapped a reset button and dispensed with Oakland 7-3.

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