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April 2, 2007
The Kansas City Royals took the lead in the second inning, as Curt Schilling continued to struggle on the mound. With one out, new acquisition and number 9 hitter Tony Pena Jr. slugged a triple to deep right, Coco Crisp stumbling as he tried to play the carom. Schilling came back to strike out David DeJesus looking, but Mark Grudzielanek singled between second and first to score Pena.
At the end of two innings, it's Kansas City 2, Boston 1.
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