Recap: Kansas City 6, Twins 1
- June 30, 2014 - 11:56 PM
Alcides Escobar, Royals
The shortstop hit a pair of two-run doubles, both with two outs, to carry the Kansas City offense.
BY THE NUMBERS
606 Runners left on base by the Twins, third-most in the AL despite an OBP that ranks ninth.
10 Consecutive games with a hit by Chris Parmelee, who is batting .460 during the streak.
The Twins face Kansas City’s leading winner, righthander James Shields, with Ricky Nolasco going against him.
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