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Kansas City Royals
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George Springer has more home runs in the past four games than any Kansas City player does this season.
The sight of rookie right-hander Yordano Ventura being led off the field by a trainer was more disturbing to the Royals than their fifth defeat in seven games.
The Kansas City Royals activated second baseman Omar Infante off the disabled list before their Monday night game and started him against the Houston Astros.
Danny Valencia was not about to let a sore left hand keep him from finishing his at-bat in the 13th inning. He gutted it out and came up with a key hit to help the Kansas City Royals outlast the Los Angeles Angels.
With all the power they possess in the middle of their lineup, the Los Angeles Angels don't usually need home runs from Chris Iannetta.
Nori Aoki's three hits were one more than the rest of his Kansas City Royals teammates generated against C.J. Wilson and the Los Angeles Angels' bullpen.
A second straight complete game was not needed from C.J. Wilson, who had enough offensive and defensive support from his teammates to make working into the seventh enough.
On paper, it didn't look like a good matchup for Jeremy Guthrie.
Slugger Jose Abreu, All-Star left-hander Chris Sale and closer Matt Lindstrom are on the disabled list.