11:34 PM EDT, Fri October 09, 2015
Topeka Capital-Journal 2 hours ago

Kevin Haskin: Dinky first hit for Hosmer in series propels Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The swing was not vintage Eric Hosmer. His butt was, well, “in our dugout,’’ according to teammate Mike Moustakas. His bat, much like a delicate chip on the green, was waved with a dead hand. And the ball, floated into shallow left field for a bloop hit. Usually, the Kansas City first baseman unloads every fraction of torque and tries – often with some level of violence -- to drive the baseball. read more
Twinkie Town Oct 2, 2015

Twins Fall, 3-1. Ouch.

That one's gonna leave a mark. The Twins could have maybe overcome a quiet offense or a shaky bullpen, but both at the same time?  Nope. Kansas City took advantage of their superior bullpen and just enough offense to snare a 3-1 victory, effectively ending Minnesota's realistic playoff hopes and putting them into the realm of LiterallyEverythingHasToGoRightTheNextTwoDaysLand. The Twins opened the scoring with three singles off Chris Davis in the second, with Aaron Hicks grabbing the RBI.  The Royals answered immediately, with Jarrod Dyson scoring on an Eric Hosmer grounder off Ervin...

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