Royals Nightly
Monday, September 27, 2004
Game 155- White Sox 5, Royals 1 (57-98)
The quest to avoid 100 losses isn't looking so good. Despite a smattering of good moments, our Royals dropped 3 of 4 in Chicago, and now stand at 57-98. The loss was the fastest game played in baseball this season, as the Royals hacked away and the White Sox homered for runs at the Cell. As Bob Dutton notes in today's Star the Royals have now broken the old franchise mark for worst road record, standing at a brilliant 25-57.

Uhh, I understand that I am supposed to now write:


Pena's fascination with Desi Relaford continues, although I guess at some point the generalized bitching at specific points of stupidity doesn't really matter. At least Pickering hit a homer, furthering the chance that he makes next years...

Ohh wait, it probably doesn't mean anything.

Updated Pickering Line:


Update on Wilton Guerrero PAs:

32 (easy to compute when dude has no walks)

Seven games left, must go 6-1.


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