Joe Buck and Harold Reynolds speculated that the shifting light was partially to blame for what happene. The game started with the mound in the sun and the box in the shade, and by the sixth inning, it was all shaded up. Whatever the cause, Price’s postseason woes continued. He is now 2-6 in his playoff career and has never allowed less than two runs.

The Royals, on the other hand, completed an emphatic comeback for the second time this week. In a potential elimination game on the road, the Royals scored five in the eighth inning against Houston. They seem to have an ability to cluster their offense and take full advantage of the first signs that the opposing starter is having trouble. The series is headed back to Toronto, where the Blue Jays must win to stay alive.

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