Royals beat Brewers 10-2; Kansas City win Thursday would be a sweep

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MILWAUKEE — Joe Blanton picked up his first victory in nearly two years with five solid innings and Alcides Escobar equaled his career high with four RBIs as the Kansas City Royals pounded the Milwaukee Brewers 10-2 on Wednesday night, June 17th

Blanton (1-0) had not won since June 29, 2013, while with the Los Angeles Angels against Houston. He limited the Brewers to one run and five hits. The 34-year-old right-hander struck out four and walked none, throwing a season high 73 pitches.

Escobar tripled with the bases loaded in a four-run eighth. He also singled home a run in a three-run second. It was his third four-RBI game.

Mike Fiers (3-7) absorbed the loss, giving up six runs on eight hits and three walks in five innings.


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  • Libsareliars

    Do people actually pay these outrages ticket prices along with the cost of the food to watch a triple AAA team play baseball.?? The owner should be ashamed of himself for allowing this team to sink as far down as it has.

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