Moustakas and Alex Gordon slammed homers to pull out an extra-inning win at Baltimore in the American League Championship Series.
In all, the Royals, a team not known for the long ball, hit 11 homers in 15 games.
This postseason, the Royals again have muscled up, hitting 15 homers in 11 games. In fact, the Royals actually outhomered the mighty Blue Jays in the ALCS, 7-6.
"We're not a team that relies on the home run," Royals manager Ned Yost said. "It's not something we try to do. We have a lot of other ways we can score runs. And hitting in our ballpark, it doesn't make sense to try and hit homers.
"But you look at our lineup, and we've got guys who certainly are capable. We go on the road and we can match up to other teams' power. Just about everyone in our lineup has power."