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Bubba Starling hit a grand slam and Bobby Witt Jr. continued his torrid spring with a solo blast as the Kansas City Royals defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-4 on Sunday night.

Starling gave the Royals a comfortable lead in top of the first inning, hitting a two-out, bases-loaded blast to make it 5-0. The Royals got on the board earlier in the inning when Witt Jr. scored from second base after the Dodgers made a series of errors. The 20-year-old infielder took a leadoff walk to start the game.

After Seager responded with a solo blast in the bottom of the first, Witt Jr. hit a home run to deep left field — his third Stitched Kansas City Royals Jerseys of the spring — to give the Royals a 6-1 lead in the second. The 2019 first-rounder has a .333 batting average and a 1.046 OPS this spring — an extraordinary showing for a player who has just 37 games of professional experience, all in the Arizona Rookie League.

2017 first-rounder Nick Pratto added on to the Royals’ lead in the ninth inning with an RBI double. Nick Loftin, the No. 32 overall pick in last year’s draft, followed with a base hit that drove in Pratto. Cam Gallagher had two singles in the winning effort.

Brady Singer delivered a strong start for the Royals, striking out six while allowing one earned run on four hits and a walk over four innings. Ervin Santana followed Singer and threw two innings, giving up two earned runs on three hits.

Jake Brentz allowed one earned run in the seventh on a hit and a walk with two strikeouts. Jake Newberry and Josh Staumont held the defending World Series champs scoreless over the final two frames, with Newberry striking out two while yielding one hit in the eighth and Staumont punching out one over a perfect ninth.

The Royals are back in action on Monday afternoon as they host the San Francisco Giants. Danny Duffy is slated to make his third start of the spring.

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SURPRISE, Ariz. — One of the first things people notice about Brad Brach when he starts throwing from the mound is his delivery. It’s a herky-jerky movement, but it’s deceptive. With the wonky windup, it’s tough for hitters Stitched Kansas City Royals Jerseys to pick the ball up coming out of his hand, and that’s led to some of his success over his career.

It’s also led to some of his downfalls.

Brach, the right-handed reliever the Royals signed to a Minor League contract early in Spring Training, had to rework the way he delivers the ball this offseason because of how he had gotten away from what works in the previous few years. Brach comes across his body in his delivery, but it also caused him to lunge toward the third-base dugout, and the direction toward home plate was way off.

“There are certain cues, like where I stand on the rubber and where my direction’s going that really just tells it all for me,” Brach said during a Zoom call on Saturday. “Just watching some of the videos from last year, it was pretty bad there for a few of the outings, and it just got worse and worse.”

After allowing eight runs in 12 1/3 innings with the Mets in 2020, Brach knew he had to readjust to get back to the way he felt when he was one of the best relievers in baseball. An American League All-Star in 2016 with the Orioles, Brach posted a 3.05 ERA from 2012-18 with more than a strikeout per inning, pitching for the Padres, Orioles and Braves. He appeared in three postseason games for Baltimore and two more for Atlanta.

But Brach struggled after signing a one-year deal with the Cubs, posting a 6.13 ERA in 39 2/3 innings with Chicago in 2019 before he was released in August and signed with the Mets. He recorded a 3.68 ERA in 14 2/3 innings with New York that year, and then he missed the first two weeks of the ’20 season because of COVID-19.

Brad Brach secures the win
Aug 13, 2020 · 0:35
Brad Brach secures the win
Brach met up with some of his pitching coaches from the Orioles this offseason, and they helped him realign his delivery. The goal was to make it simpler, without taking away that deception.

“At that point, I was searching for something, anything really,” Brach said. “And I knew that they knew me better than anyone else, so really since November on, it was working with them. It was good to have eyes that have seen me at my best and know where I need to be. It was really simple what we got it down to and created so much better leg kick and arm path, and everything like that. Everything just tightened up, which was where I needed to be.”

The results, so far, have been good: Brach hasn’t allowed a run in three innings this Spring Training. His velocity is also up from what it was last year with New York, sitting more in the 93 mph range rather than the 90 mph range.

“Some of the bullpens I’ve thrown here and in games have been the best I’ve felt in years,” Brach said. “I just knew coming into spring, we have to get the velocity up. It’s been good. I like where it is right now.”

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Here are the top five Opening Day moments in Royals history:

1. Six-run ninth inning
April 4, 2004
After Kansas City’s winning 2003 season, Royals fans were in high spirits. But things looked grim for much of the afternoon at Kauffman Stadium on Opening Day in ’04. The White Sox scored four runs in the second inning and had a 7-2 lead in the seventh. The Royals made it 7-3 and then the fun began in the ninth.

Two walks followed by a double from Benito Santiago made the score 7-4. With one out, the light-hitting Mendy Lopez came to the plate with a career total of five home runs. His sixth — and final — career homer was belted over the 410-foot sign in center field for three runs. Lopez said it was the longest ball he had ever hit.

Angel Berroa singled to put the go-ahead run on base for slugger Carlos Beltrán, who capped the six-run inning with a homer that bounced off the top of the wall in front of the fountains for a 9-7 walk-off win.

“This, I’m going to remember for the rest of my life,” Beltrán said. “I’m going to live with this. Opening Day, a walk-off home run — it doesn’t get any better.”

Lopez homer ties game in 9th
Apr 6, 2004 · 0:51
Lopez homer ties game in 9th
2. A day of Royals firsts
April 8, 1969
The first Opening Day in a franchise’s history is always an historic moment. It’s a bonus that the Royals’ debut ended up being a great game that went into extra innings. The Twins went on to win the American League West that year, but it was the Kansas City that came out on top in this game at Municipal Stadium. The Royals battled back from a 3-1 deficit, tying the game in the sixth inning with singles from Jim Campanis and Lou Piniella, who earlier knocked the first Royals hit and scored the first run in franchise history.

Royals reliever Dave Wickersham came in in the top of the seventh and held the Twins scoreless for five innings before Moe Drabowsky pitched a perfect 12th inning. In the bottom of the 12th, Joe Foy singled and took second on a passed ball. The Twins issued an intentional walk to Chuck Harrison. Then a wild pitch preceded another intentional walk, to Bob Oliver. That loaded the bases for pinch-hitter Joe Keough, who lined a walk-off single off the right-field wall for the Royals’ 4-3 victory.