The Royals pitching staff hasn’t been this bad in 10 years. Kansas City hurlers were knocked around without mercy in a 21-6 loss to the Angels in Anaheim. Wednesday’s performance was one run shy of a franchise record set, when Kansas City allowed 22 runs to the Red Sox on April 12, 1994. Starter Mike Wood was charged with eight runs, reliever Matt Kinney and Sean Camp gave up three apiece and Scott Sullivan was charged with five. Eight players in the Angels lineup drove in runs—Garret Anderson drove in five while Jeff DeVanon drove in four.
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