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Published: 7/13/2014


IN PICTURES: Royals beat Tigers 5-2

The Detroit Tigers lost to the Kansas City Royals 5-2 on Sunday, July 13, 2014 in Kansas City.

Detroit Tigers' Nick Castellanos talks to umpire Bill Miller after striking out. Enlarge Detroit Tigers' Nick Castellanos talks to umpire Bill Miller after striking out.
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Detroit Tigers' Austin Jackson (14) is out at second base as Kansas City Royals second baseman Omar Infante throws to first for a double play. Enlarge Detroit Tigers' Austin Jackson (14) is out at second base as Kansas City Royals second baseman Omar Infante throws to ...
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Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander throws to a Kansas City Royals batter. Enlarge Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander throws to a Kansas City Royals batter.
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Kansas City Royals pitcher Bruce Chen watches a delivery to a Detroit Tigers batter. Enlarge Kansas City Royals pitcher Bruce Chen watches a delivery to a Detroit Tigers batter.
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Detroit Tigers' Austin Jackson, left, is congratulated by Torii Hunter after scoring from second base. Enlarge Detroit Tigers' Austin Jackson, left, is congratulated by Torii Hunter after scoring from second base.
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Kansas City Royals pitcher Bruce Chen (52) hands the baseball off to manager Ned Yost (3) as he leaves the game in the fifth inning. Enlarge Kansas City Royals pitcher Bruce Chen (52) hands the baseball off to manager Ned Yost (3) as he leaves the ...
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Kansas City Royals' Omar Infante reacts after scoring the go-ahead run. Enlarge Kansas City Royals' Omar Infante reacts after scoring the go-ahead run.
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Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Al Alburquerque reacts after being taken out of the game after the Kansas City Royals scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning. Enlarge Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Al Alburquerque reacts after being taken out of the game after the Kansas City Royals scored ...
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