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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Back on the mound, Roberto Osuna settled into his comfort zone. The Toronto closer struck out three in a scoreless ninth inning a day after saying he was dealing with anxiety issues, and the Blue Jays avoided a sweep by beating the Kansas City Royals 8-2 Sunday. Osuna said through a translator.

Jose Bautista homered and drove in a season-high four runs and Francisco Liriano earned his 100th career victory. Osuna didn’t pitch in a save situation on Friday night, and the Blue Jays’ bullpen let a game get away. On Saturday, the 22-year-old reliever said he was out of sorts mentally and feeling lost. Osuna has received an outpouring of support on social media.

Osuna, who has 19 saves, returned to the mound in a non-save spot and gave up an infield single while getting the last three outs. Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. Bautista hit a two-run, 450-foot homer in the fifth that tied it. He walked with the bases loaded in a five-run sixth and singled home Kevin Pillar, who had three hits, in the seventh.

Bautista did a little celebration dance with Osuna after the final out. Liriano (4-3) allowed two runs on six hits while pitching into the seventh. He improved to 100-95 in 12 seasons with Toronto, Minnesota, the White Sox and Pittsburgh. The Blue Jays scored five runs off relievers Scott Alexander (0-2) and Peter Moylan, who combined to face six batters and retire none.

He gave up five hits and struck out six.

Josh Donaldson’s two-run double was the key hit in the sixth. Royals starter Jason Hammel left after five innings and 105 pitches. He gave up five hits and struck out six. Jorge Bonifacio homered in the first for the Royals. He doubled in the fourth and scored on Eric Hosmer’s single.

Moylan had issues with Tumpane’s strike zone.

Royals manager Ned Yost said. After Moylan was pulled in the sixth, he had a few choice words on the way to the dugout for plate umpire John Tumpane and was ejected. Moylan had issues with Tumpane’s strike zone. Moylan said when he walked Bautista. The Royals will play their next seven games against AL Central opponents Detroit and Minnesota.

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Kansas City is 9-18 within the division. The Royals are 12-7 against AL East clubs, 11-10 against AL West and 5-2 against the National League. Royals: LHP Danny Duffy (right oblique strain) made his first minor league rehab start Saturday for Triple-A Omaha. He allowed two runs on three hits, including a home run, struck out three and walked one. Yost said. Duffy threw 48 pitches. His next scheduled start will be Thursday at Colorado Springs.

It’s hard to explain without seeming racist,” laughs David In when asked about the East-Asian party scene in Toronto. The 29-year-old Korean-Canadian is a co-founder of Epic Nights. The entertainment production company produces concerts and other events, but Epic specializes in promoting club nights targeted at young East-Asian students and professionals.

I haven’t been to a nightclub in years, but I still know that clubbing is a massive part of Toronto’s entertainment industry. I also know that East-Asian nights are incredibly popular. What I wanted to figured out was exactly how popular, and how parties focused on East-Asian clubbers might be different than a “regular” club night. So I asked David, and here’s what I learned. Club gear transcends race.


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