The Royals lost what may very well be their last game of the season to the A’s last night 7-1. . Starter Sean Sedlacek allowed six first inning runs. The win was Oakland’s 15th in a row. It’s the longest post August 1st streak since the Royals won 16 in a row in 1977. A vocal Kauffman crowd of 15,952 booed player-rep Jason Grimsley when he was called to pitch in the eighth inning. A radio station in Kansas City bought up a section of tickets and re-sold them to fans with t-shirts. Some fans threw money on the field, enticing the players not to strike. The Royals are off today, which means last night’s game could have been the last one of the season for Kansas City.