WATCH: Royals score four runs in the first inning of Game 4

TORONTO -- In Game 3 of the ALCS Monday night, the Blue Jays' offense broke out in their first win of the series (TOR 11, KC 8). Kansas City still leads the best-of-seven series two games to one.

 The Royals scored four runs in the first inning of Game 4.
The Royals have quietly scored a ton runs this offseason. They're averaging 5.50 runs per game in October and have scored at least five runs in their last five games. In Game 4 Tuesday, they hung a four-spot on R.A. Dickey in the first inning (GameTracker):

Ex-major leaguer Paul O'Neill, now a telecaster for the Yankees, dependably says that when you score a group of runs late in a victory misfortune, it extends to the following day. Indeed, the Royals scored four keeps running in the ninth inning of Game 3, then scored four in the first inning of Game 4. The O'Neill Theory was in full impact!

The Royals attached on another keep running in the second inning to thump Dickey out of the diversion. Be that as it may, as we've seen this postseason, no deficiency is too enormous to succeed.
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