Kansas City Royals Comeback & STILL Don't Need Downtown Stadium

Credit to the home team . . . They earned a late victory despite flirting with disappointment.

A quick insightful quote on tonight's eventful game amid the ongoing push to loot taxpayers and continue hype inside the loop . . .

"With the bases loaded and no outs, Andrew Benintendi popped out and Salvador Perez, deep in a horrific slump, meekly grounded into a double play. No runs.

"However, if you managed to keep watching after that kind of disappointment that has plagued the Royals for the past two or so weeks, you were treated to a great game, one in which the Kansas City Royals cruised against the St. Louis Cardinals and won 7-1."

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Witt smashes first career home run and Royals smash Cardinals 7-1

There was a moment there where Royals fans everywhere quietly muttered "oh no, not again" to themselves like the bowl of petunias in Hitchhiker Guide to the Galaxy. It happened in the third inning. Against Cardinals starter Dakota Hudson, Michael A. Taylor, Nicky Lopez, and Edward Olivares accrued three consecutive singles.