Guerrero Jr. attacked the wild stick, but the Royals did not stop him from knocking down Blue Jays.

Jacob Junis extended his scoreless innings streak to 14, giving the Kansas City Royals a seven-run lead in a 7-5 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday night.

Junice (1-0) allowed two runs and five wins in a walk while working in the sixth inning, but both points came with relief Jack Newberry on the mount.

Kyle Zimmer conceded a touchdown, while Scott Barlow allowed two opponents into the basement in the ninth inning, beating Vladimir Guerrero Jr. for his first save before dominating Bo Picchett with a flying ball.

Guerrero was embarrassed three times to complete the cycle with Blue Jazz. Toronto’s highlight was Dominican’s two outs in the seventh inning.

The ball swept the left-field springs and landed about 456 feet from the home plate.

It was not night for Toronto starter Anthony Kay (0-1), who conceded five runs and six wins in 3 1/3 innings.

The Royals attack collapsed before they could rise against the Angels on Wednesday. A line-up built to take advantage of the elaborate exteriors at Kaufman Stadium continued to gain extra ground on Thursday night.

Q Andrew Benindendi opened the board with a Reserve Bank double before his first opponent retired. In the third inning Nicky Lopez followed up with three RBIs – and a third paceman hit by Cavan Piccio’s error. But it was a terrible blow to the Blue Jazz when four of Kansas City’s first six hitters doubled in the fifth inning.

For the Royals, Cuban George Solar scored 4-2. Dominican Hanser Alberto scored one product and two goals in 3-2; Carlos Santana 4-0. Venezuela Salvador Perez 4-0.

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For Blue Jays, Guerrero Jr. scored 5-3 with an RBI and two runs. Cuban Lourdes Currial Jr. scored 3-2. Mexican Alejandro Kirk 1-1.

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