Suddenly, they returned to .500. And they have no one to blame, but their bullpen.
Royal kings were covered by Twins in a short set of two games this week, falling 7-6 on Wednesday afternoon. Kulpar, again, was an instigator of trouble. The Royals transferred 6-3 to lead to his bullpen and saw Minnesota score four runs in the last three innings to steal another victory at Kauffman Stadium. Minnesota scored the following three runs on Dink and Dunk hits, but their 3: 1 did not last. In the other, Royals put seven straight men at the base when Billy Hamilton went and stole the second, Whit Merrifield isolated it in (2-3), Mondesi knocked out the inner drag and Alex Gordon ruined the three bombs to the center of the field ( 5-3). After the mistake that aboard Jorge Soler, Ryan O'Hearn and Chris Owings hit the singles to make 6-3.
Chris Owings hit the RBI and they could not even win the game. Talk about waste.
Homer Bailey began working in the royal family. He worked with quality feeds, allowing three runs and knocking out eight. He was not great, but he was also not terrible. The team was behind in several runs when he left, but after passing the half time he was able to win
Offsizing is the only way to describe the bullpen. And unlike last night, they can not blame a false mistake for a crash. Scott Barlow came and refused to run in the sixth. Tim Hill and Kevin McCarthy survived the seventh, but Jake Dickman quickly broke into the eighth, allowing three strikes that led the game to Minnesota. Then, at the age of four, Wily Peralta left the leadoff man, and he scored on the RBI single, Eddie Rosario, who has 66 RBIs against the Royals in the last 24 hours.
Here's the right, too. We all knew that the bullpen would be horrific this year. For a screaming voice, Ian Kennedy was opening their day a little closer. The fact that they made so little effort to update the bullpen (and they will not say what they did, turning off the old lyrics with a new shit) was embarrassed. We all knew that this was a problem, and they did not do anything close to what they were supposed to do to solve this problem. The results, through games, show 2-3 records when they are worse than 4: 1
It's hard to find a team more simple, uninteresting and irrelevant than Minnesota Twins. Do you know when you are trying to name all 30 baseball teams and you are stuck at 29? A team that you do not remember is twins. Bloop hits? It's so twin. Having changed from one right-sided to the other right-sided two-way soles, and no one in the middle? It's pretty, pretty twins. They are 4: 1 season, but nobody actually remembers anything.
And Chris Owings is now 2 for 18 for the season. Please remove it from my team. They go to Detroit to open the tigers in three matches. The first step is tomorrow at 12:15 pm CDT. Jake Jounis will receive a ticket.