Offensive Outburst Fuels Royals to Opening Day Victory

In the ninth-longest game in franchise history, the Kansas City Royals completed two separate comebacks en route to an Opening Day victory over the Texas Rangers, 14-10. The game was a battle of the offenses as both team’s bats were on fire from the start. History was made in just the first inning of action. The matchup between the teams was the first since 1906 that each team scored four-plus runs in the first inning on Opening Day. Additionally, the last time two teams scored five-plus in any inning on Opening Day was in 1929 between the New York Giants and Philadelphia Phillies. Kicking It …

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