Eric Hosmer was an invincible monster on Wednesday night. In a 16-2 drubbing of the failing Detroit Tigers, Hosmer provided five runs, five hits, and six RBI, most of which came from a demoralizing seventh-inning grand slam that stretched the lead out to 13-1. He even stole a base for only the fifth time all year. And…
Team USA hit two late homers to beat Venezuela 4-2 in pool play at the World Baseball Classic.
I felt a little insane listening to the Fox booth lavish praise on the Royals for Eric Hosmer’s dash home to score the tying run on Lucas Duda’s bad throw. “Brilliant baserunning?” Did they see that throw? If Duda doesn’t peg a beer vendor, Hosmer is out and the game is over.
After sweeping their best-of-five division series, some Royals—who had popped champagne in the locker room—made their way to a bar in Kansas City's Power & Light District. For this leg of the party, they invited the fans.
I have no idea who Kevin Kiermaier is, but he hit a baseball harder than shit last night. He hit it so hard that it went straight through Eric Hosmer's damn glove.
In a video probably made only for SEO purposes, three members of the Royals—James Shields, Eric Hosmer, and hitting coach George Brett—chowed down on baby food.
Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer earned his team a dramatic win when he hit a walk-off RBI single in the tenth inning of yesterday's game against the Tigers. To show their appreciation, his teammates doused him in barbecue sauce.