As any chance of a Royals late rally faded Wednesday evening, twin sisters Terrie Allen (middle) and Sherrie Allen (right) watched, along with Franke Henthorn (left) as Totonto went on to win, 7-1 in game five of the American League Championship Series. Kansas City fans again packed the KC Live venue to watch the game.
As any chance of a Royals late rally faded Wednesday evening, twin sisters Terrie Allen (middle) and Sherrie Allen (right) watched, along with Franke Henthorn (left) as Totonto went on to win, 7-1 in game five of the American League Championship Series. Kansas City fans again packed the KC Live venue to watch the game. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star/RSUGG@KCSTAR.COM
As any chance of a Royals late rally faded Wednesday evening, twin sisters Terrie Allen (middle) and Sherrie Allen (right) watched, along with Franke Henthorn (left) as Totonto went on to win, 7-1 in game five of the American League Championship Series. Kansas City fans again packed the KC Live venue to watch the game. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star/RSUGG@KCSTAR.COM

It’s never over until it’s over in baseball, but the Royals can still bounce the Jays on Friday

October 21, 2015 09:12 PM

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