EditorsNote: Fix 2: Changes 3rd graf wild-card standings Maikel Franco drove in two runs and scored a third run as the host Kansas City Royals defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 on Monday night. The Cardinals (26-25) came into the game with a half-game lead on the Phillies and a full-game lead on the Reds, Brewers and Giants in the crowded National League Wild Card race. The Phillies lost to the Nationals, while the Reds beat the Brewers and the Giants lost to the Rockies.
The St. Louis Cardinals (26-24) and Kansas City Royals (21-32) tee it up for round two of the 2020 I-70 Series. The Redbirds and and Royals will play three games at Kauffman Stadium to kick off the last week of the regular season. The series gets going Monday night at 8:05 p.m.
Royals Rumblings - News for September 21, 2020 The Royals are looking to finish the season strong, writes Lynn Worthy. We’re playing good baseball right now,” Royals outfielder/infielder Hunter Dozier said at the end of their most recent homestand. We want to finish strong.