DENVER (AP) — Andrew Benintendi hit a two-run homer and an RBI triple, Hunter Dozier had his first career five-hit game and the Kansas City Royals broke out of their offensive funk in a 14-10 victory over the bumbling Colorado Rockies.
Ryan O'Hearn also homered, Michael A. Taylor had three hits and drove in two.
Bobby Witt Jr. delivered a two-run triple for the Royals, who entered the night with the second fewest runs in the majors.
Brendan Rodgers hit a two-run homer, doubled twice and drove in four.
Sam Hilliard homered for the Rockies in their fifth straight loss.