The good news?
The Royals are in the news.
The bad news?
It's for monumentally screwing up a play--in two different ways (from Yahoo! Sports):
Mike Moustakas misses first base, settles for very long, very strange single
On Friday, Oakland A's outfielder Seth Smith turned in a defensive gem that could receive consideration for Play of the Year in Major League Baseball.
On Saturday night, the Kansas City Royals and Pittsburgh Pirates were involved in what very well could be the exact opposite of the Play of the Year. And no, this has nothing to do with the insensitive gesture made by Humberto Quintero in the dugout during Bruce Chen's interview. Though that certainly qualifies as the poorest use of judgment we've seen recently.
This actually took place on the field, where Kansas City's Mike Moustakas and Pittsburgh's All-Star center fielder Andrew McCutchen teamed up to botch a routine base hit in every possible way.
It's "Our time"?
Our time for what, exactly?
At least, bad as that was, it wasn't as out-and-out stupid as this:
Nice move, there, Rocket Scientist.
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