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Emmanuel Rivera and Edward Olivares empower the Royals past the Tigers

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On Sunday afternoon, when Kansas City Royals defeated the Detroit Tigers 7-4, Emmanuel Rivera and Edward Olivares returned home and ran two runs each.

Nicky Lopez ran with four hits, and Whit Merrifield reached the base four times and scored twice.

Brady Singer won the victory with 4 his 2/3 innings hitting 9 and Jose Kvass (2-0) scoring 1. Scott Barlow scored his last three outs and recorded his twelfth save.

Detroit's Spencer Torkelson has hit his first home run with a two-run blast since May 18. Kody Clemens has added Solo Homer.

Tarik Skubal (5-7) gave up 5 runs in 42/3 innings, losing in 5 consecutive starts.

The Royals took a 3-0 lead with a long ball in the second inning. Olivares led the inning with a blast on the left fielder. After a walk and fielder's choice, Rivera crossed the field fence in the center left and defeated the fifth home run.

The singer hit the side in the fourth inning.

Kansas City extended their lead to 5-0 in 5th place.

Rivera led the inning with a single and proceeded with a sacrifice bunt. After the flyout, Skubal walked through Merrifield. Andrew Benintendi hit a double line on his left fielder and brought Rivera to finish the day of Skubal. Wily Peralta replaced him and forced another run by walking with Bobby Witt Jr. and Olivares.

Detroit got on the board at the bottom of the inning.

Jamer Candelario made a single hit, and Torkelson struck the left wing wall 3 to 2 to score his fifth home run. After the Tigers loaded the bass with two outs, the singer left five batters. Kvass replaced him, and Javier Baez lined up to the right to finish the inning.

Clemens tore the first pitch as seen by Dylan Coleman over the right-wing fence at the bottom of the inning. Reyes' sacrifice fly pulled the Tigers within two runs.

The 9th Lopez Lanscore single from Michael Fulmer gave the Royals a 7-4 advantage.

– Field-level media