Make that . . . STILL DON'T DESERVE . . .
Tonight the home team attempted a last minute rally but didn't quite mange to make it work.
Here's the damage for a franchise FAILING UPWARD and demanding that local taxpayers to pay them NEARLY ONE BILLION DOLLARS for winning percentage well below .500 . . . Check-it . . .
The Royals rallied in the ninth to make things interesting. Rivera would smack his second home run of the year to make it a 6-4, and Kyle Isbel and Whit Merrifield each singled to put the tying run on base. But Andrew Benintendi struck out looking to end the game, and drop the Royals to 14-24.
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Daniel Lynch struggled in the opening frame and allowed three runs, a familiar theme for Royals pitchers this year, as the Twins won the series opener 6-4 on Friday evening. Royals pitchers have given up 37 runs in the first inning this year, the most in baseball.