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The Kansas City Royals are making a bad habit of getting blanked whenever Jeremy Guthrie is on the mound.
Watching from the bullpen as journeyman Collin McHugh carved up the Kansas City lineup, Astros reliever Tony Sipp only wished he had a bucket of popcorn and a soda.
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.
On paper, it didn't look like a good matchup for Jeremy Guthrie.
The Kansas City Royals had just been shut out by Chris Tillman of the Baltimore Orioles, one night after scoring a single run in a similarly frustrating loss, and manager Ned Yost was trying to remain optimistic.
Chris Tillman paid no attention to the Baltimore bullpen as it started to stir in the ninth inning. After all, he had made it this far before. There was no way he was leaving the game now.
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.
Jeremy Guthrie had just given up the lead on a homer by the Blue Jays' Colby Rasmus, so when the inning ended, he blew off some steam by chucking the ball into the stands.
Mark Buehrle allowed two walks and both runners ended up scoring.