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Losing on back-to-back jacks a first in team history

Losing on back-to-back jacks a first in team history

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Losing on back-to-back jacks a first in team history
KANSAS CITY -- Following Saturday night's shocking loss, in which the Royals connected on back-to-back home runs to walk off against the Angels, Zack Greinke wondered if it had ever happened before.

Well, to the Angels, it hadn't.

According to Elias, Saturday was the first time in franchise history that the Angels lost a game on back-to-back homers. It was just the third loss of the season that came when the Angels led after eight innings.

"That was pretty amazing. I don't think I've ever seen back-to-back homers to walk off or anything like that. I don't know if it's ever happened," Greinke said. "You don't see that, I don't think, ever."

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