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Royals 10, Pirates 6: How they scored

| Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Pirates first (Mark Redman pitching)

Jack Wilson reached first on a fielder's choice. Freddy Sanchez doubled to left with one out; Jack Wilson advanced to third. Jason Bay hit a sacrifice fly to center for the second out; Jack Wilson scored, Sanchez advanced to third. Sanchez scored on a wild pitch to Joe Randa. Randa singled to left. Craig Wilson homered to center; Randa also scored.

Pirates 4, Royals 0

Royals first (Kip Wells pitching)

David DeJesus walked with no outs. Mark Grudzielanek walked; DeJesus advanced to second. Doug Mientkiewicz hit into a double play; DeJesus advanced to third. DeJesus scored on a wild pitch to Reggie Sanders.

Pirates 4, Royals 1

Pirates second (Redman pitching)

Nate McLouth doubled to right with no outs. Jack Wilson grounded to the pitcher for the second out; McLouth advanced to third. Sanchez singled to left; McLouth scored.

Pirates 5, Royals 1

Royals second (Wells pitching)

Mark Teahen walked with two outs. Angel Berroa singled to right; Teahen advanced to third. John Buck doubled to right; Teahen and Berroa scored. DeJesus singled to left; Bucks scored.

Pirates 5, Royals 4

Royals fourth (Wells pitching)

Emil Brown reached on a fielder's choice. Teahen singled to center with one out; Brown advanced to second. Berroa singled to center; Brown scored, Teahen advanced to third. Berroa advanced to second on a passed ball charged to catcher Ronny Paulino. Buck walked.

(John Grabow pitching)

DeJesus walked; Teahen scored.

Royals 6, Pirates 5

Royals fifth (Grabow pitching)

Mientkiewicz reached on an error by Jose Castillo with no outs. Reggie Sanders walked; Mientkiewicz advanced to second. Matt Stairs singled to center; Mientkiewicz advanced to third, Sanders to second.

(Matt Capps pitching)

Emil Brown reached on a fielder's choice. Mientkiewicz was forced out at home for the first out; Sanders advanced to third and Stairs to second. Teahen singled to right with one out; Sanders scored. Stairs scored on an error by Nate McLouth.

Royals 8, Pirates 5

Royals eighth (Ryan Vogelsong pitching)

Berroa singled to right with no outs. He stole second and reached third on a throwing error by Paulino. Buck walked. DeJesus was hit by a pitch; Buck advanced to second. Mark Grudzielanek hit a sacrifice fly to center for the first out; Berroa scored. Mientkiewicz walked; Buck advanced to third and DeJesus to second. Sanders hit a sacrifice fly to right for the second out; Buck scored.

Royals 10, Pirates 5

Pirates ninth (Ambiorix Burgos pitching)

Jack Wilson homered to left with two outs.

Royals 10, Pirates 6

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