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ALDS Game 4 recap: Stories, videos from The Star

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Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer was welcomed into the dugout after hitting a two-run homer in the ninth inning of Monday’s ALDS Game 4.
Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer was welcomed into the dugout after hitting a two-run homer in the ninth inning of Monday’s ALDS Game 4. jsleezer@kcstar.com

Here’s the thing about the Major League Baseball playoffs: With some many games in such a short amount of time, it’s difficult to find the time to read everything that’s been written. And there have been some fantastic reads.

This is to help you easily find the stories you may have missed from Game 4 of the American League Division Series.

From Andy McCullough: On brink of elimination, Royals stun Astros, win 9-6 in ALDS Game 4

From Sam Mellinger: Dejá blue: Like last season, the Royals again make an improbable comeback

From Vahe Gregorian: Fueled by Moose’s call, Royals’ rally defies explanation but reflects relentless belief

From Blair Kerkhoff: Eric Hosmer’s bat wakes up just in time for Royals

From Rustin Dodd: Royals’ Terrance Gore was surprised when Astros challenged steal of third base

From Blair Kerkhoff: Salvador Perez takes a beating in Royals’ victory

From Blair Kerkhoff: Alex Rios’ eighth-inning single is the first in a series of hits that carry Royals to victory

From Rustin Dodd: Drew Butera comes up with key at-bat for the Royals

Here are highlights from the game:

Here are videos from The Star:

The Star's Sam Mellinger and Andy McCullough, joined by Blair Kerkhoff, try to make sense of the Royals' 9-6 win in Game 4 of the ALDS on Monday in Houston and look at Johnny Cueto's start in the deciding Game 5 on Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium (7

Royals players including Mike Moustakas, Lorenzo Cain, Alex Gordon, Ben Zobrist, Edinson Volquez and more describe how Moustakas led the charge in the dugout before the Royals scored five runs in the eighth inning and beat the Astros 9-6 on Monday

Workplaces across Kansas City were focused on the Royals' rally to take the lead in the eighth inning. At American Century Investments the crowd grew after the stock market closed and the rally grew. (Video by Mark Davis/The Kansas City Star Oct.

Missy and Cindy Layton, sisters from Blue Springs, celebrated an early birthday by watching the Royals come from behind and defeat the Astros 9-6 in the ALDS series in the Power and Light District. The sisters share the same birthday date, which w

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