The Royals were back at it again, doing what they do best: Royaling. I cannot decide if it's lack of talent, or lack of management.
Things started off a bit shaky for "Big Game" James Shields, allowing a solo shot to Victor Martinez. Shields then bounced back, and didn't allow any further runs.
Supplying most of our offense today was Gold Glove catcher, Salvador Perez. Salvy went 4-4 on the day with a run scored. Also collecting hits were Eric Hosmer (2b) Billy Butler (1b) and Lorenzo Cain (1b.)
Defense was not a problem for the Royals today. Although no double-plays were turner, Gold Glove left fielder, Alex Gordon gunned down Nick Castellanos. Not a smart move, young blood. You'll learn in due time.
The one thing that made me mad, or maybe mad isn't the right word, was Ned Yost. Ned Yost, and I'm not sure why, thought it would be a marvelous idea to bring in Wade Davis for the 8th and 9th inning with the score tied at three. The fact that the score was even tied at three is just absurd. Two of the three runs were given up after Shields came out, but one of them was charged to Shields, via Aaron Crow.
Todays fiasco went something like this: "Welp" "Something, something, something, Cambino." "Yosted again." And, "Gaaaaaaaaah." We sure didn't play very Royal today. Oh well. Onto the next game.