Cano took the jeering in stride during Monday’s Home Run Derby. But after the National League’s 8-0 victory Tuesday night, the second baseman said some fans crossed the line.
Fans in Kansas City showed Robinson Cano how a Bronx cheer is really done on Monday night.
In a season with two extra playoff teams and a great deal of parity, virtually every franchise has hope heading into the season’s second half. That’s why you should care about Tuesday’s Midsummer Classic.
The phantom home run should have been a double. Joe Torre, MLB’s executive VP for baseball operations, said Dana DeMuth’s crew, working the Yankees at Royals game Wednesday night made a mistake on a call on a home run by Billy Butler.
Steve Somers opened up a Thursday night schmooze with — what else? — the ground rule double heard ’round the world.
Jerry began his update by providing us with John Sterling, calling Royals DH Billy Butler’s controversial home run in the 3rd inning of Wednesday night’s Yankees loss.
Alex Gordon hit a three-run home run, Billy Butler added a contested solo shot and the Kansas City Royals survived a harrowing ninth inning to beat the New York Yankees 5-4 Wednesday night.
The Royals are off to a solid start to the season, but that’s due mostly to their major league-high 15 home victories. Improving their major league-worst road record might prove difficult in a matchup with the Yankees.
Billy Butler connected in the fifth inning, Joakim Soria worked the ninth for a record-breaking save and the Kansas City Royals beat the New York Yankees 4-3 on a rainy Friday night to snap a five-game losing streak.