Found August 11, 2013 on CLNS Radio:
(John Sleezer, Kansas City Star) Thursday: Boston Red Sox 1,                       Kansas City Royals, 5 Loss : Jon Lester (10-7)                                  Win: Bruce Chen (5-0) Save: Luke Hochevar (2) After a tough, gritty series against the Houston Astros, the Red Sox packed their bags and headed on the road to Kansas City to face a streaking Royals team who was determined to make a statement by winning a series against one of the American League’s elite teams. Things started out rough for Lester as he allowed three runs in the first inning. Alex Gordon hit a sacrifice fly to left field that would not have amounted to anything run-wise, however Jonny Gomes dropped the ball as it looked as though he was focused on leaning his body forward in order to make a proper throw to home plate, and that put him off-balance. The other two runs came courtesy of Mike Moustakas as he singled on a line drive to right fielder Shane Victorino. That scored Billy B

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Royals trade for Jamey Carroll

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