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Topic - Greg Holland
Jose Quintana continues to pitch well and the White Sox left-hander is confident one of these days he's going to have something to show for it.
The rush-hour traffic snarl outside Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday afternoon was probably the last thing that the Rockies wanted to see upon leaving the ballpark.
The Kansas City Royals had to work overtime to end a season-high, five-game losing streak and get their first win at Petco Park.
It was right there for the taking - twice. The Kansas City Royals just couldn't close out the game when they had their chances.
Drew Hutchison was rarely challenged through the first six innings Wednesday night, breezing through an early swinging lineup of Kansas City Royals and keeping the game knotted 2-all.
Royals manager Ned Yost turned to pitching coach Dave Eiland in the fifth inning Saturday and told him that Kansas City was going to have to protect a one-run lead against Minnesota.
James Loney delivered the clutch hit for Tampa Bay after Chris Archer kept Kansas City from getting one.
Yordano Ventura was dazzling in his season debut, but the Kansas City Royals failed to give the hard-throwing rookie any run support.
On a day of dandy Detroit debuts, Alex Gonzalez helped Brad Ausmus start his tenure as Tigers manager with a win.
There would be no easing into the 2014 season for Greg Holland.
All-Star closer Greg Holland agreed Wednesday with the Royals to a one-year contract worth $4,675,000, the final player to reach a deal among Kansas City's players in arbitration.
Royals pitchers and catchers report to Arizona for the start of spring training on Friday, and that presumably means All-Star closer Greg Holland will be there.
The Royals have agreed to terms with reliever Aaron Crow on a $1.475 million, one-year deal that leaves Greg Holland as their only unsigned arbitration-eligible player.
Outfielder Justin Maxwell and the Kansas City Royals agreed to a one-year contract worth $1,325,000, leaving closer Greg Holland and reliever Aaron Crow as their only unsigned players in arbitration.
The Kansas City Royals made four roster moves on Thursday, including activating right-hander Robinson Tejeda from the disabled list.
"With first base open and essentially the winning run on second, I've got to get that ball down a little more," Holland said. "I've got to be smarter than that. In that mindset, I didn't execute the pitch and it cost us the game."
Holland said he would have liked to have that last pitch to Loney back.