The Royals ended their season with a 7-2 loss to the Blue Jays in Toronto. Kansas City finished the season 56-106, marking the Royals’ worst record in franchise history. It’s the third time in the last four years that they’ve set a new team loss record.
Royals’ starter Runelvys Hernandez (8-14) was charged with the loss, allowing six runs off ten hits.
Kansas City Trailed 2-0, before they scored their first run—a sacrifice by Donnie Murphy in the fifth inning.
It got worse for the Royals, as the moved into the ninth inning down 7-1. Emil Brown hit his 17th homer run of the year, a solo shot, to make it 7-2.
After the game, the Royals fired bench coach Bob Schaeffer and pitching coach Guy Hansen. Schaeffer served as the interim manager between Tony Pena and Buddy Bell.
A 24-6 lead was not enough for the Chiefs, as they dropped a 37-31 decision to the Eagles at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday.