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DRaysBay May 31, 2016

Rays 5 Royals 10: Can't get much worse

So many ways to lose a game It's not easy beating the current Royals.  As Dwayne and BA frequently reminded us, they are aggressive. They are gritty. They have heart. They are undeterred by injury. They came from a 7-1 deficit to win a game in the 9th because they never give up. Apparently every player in their line up has "the red hot" in front of his name -- the red hot Eric Hosmer, followed by the red hot Lorenzo Cain. Nonetheless there was reason to be optimistic that the Rays could pull out a win.  Royals starter Dillon Gee, a soft-tossing righty, has been hittable.  Rays...
Topeka Capital-Journal May 25, 2016

Dillon Gee, Royals miss chance to sweep Twins in 7-5 loss

MINNEAPOLIS — The Kansas City Royals had the opportunity to turn a solid road trip into an excellent six-game stretch. Dillon Gee didn’t hold up his end of the responsibility. Miguel Sano hit the go-ahead, two-run home run in the fifth inning after Minnesota lost an early lead, and the Twins staved off another series sweep Wednesday by beating the Royals 7-5. Eduardo Nunez and Brian Dozier each homered, too, the first two batters to face Gee (1-2) and just the fifth pair in Twins history to go deep in their first two plate appearances of the game. read more

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