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Edward Olivares of the Royals is out to make a good impression on A

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The first goal of a professional baseball player is to reach a major. The second goal is to stay.

Enter Edward Olivares.

Oliverless will join the Kansas City lineup as the Royals host Oakland Athletics on Sunday afternoon at the finale of the three-game series. The Royals send Brady Singer (3-2, 4.34 ERA) to the mound to counter James Kaprielian (0-5, 5.98) in Oakland in a right-handed clash.

A led early on Saturday, postponing some of the Royals' challenges and winning 9-7. The match on Sunday will be a series.

Oliverless returned to the Royals on Friday night after missing 43 games on his right quadriceps. He hit two home runs (the first two of the season) to help the Royals win 3-1.

He was rewarded with a batting cleanup in the match on Saturday. He struggled 0-5 with four strikeouts, but still has a lot of hope for the future.

"Some of what he does is unique," Royals manager Mike Matheny said on Saturday at 26-year-old Oliverless. "You can talk about his athletic ability. You can talk about his ability to handle a particular pitch. Yesterday he hit a fastball and hit a change-up (in the case of a home run).

"Some people have that ability. They don't just sit on the pitch, they seem to be reacting. They put themselves in a position where they can handle anything. That's not the case. . "

Oliverless has played eight times in the Triple A Omaha during the 2021 season and will continue to do his best this year. He has achieved .349 in 17 games and definitely hopes it will be enough to unpack his belongings in Kansas City.

If the Royals continue their recent surge (six out of nine), it could be due to a successful start of rotation. In the last 11 games, Kansas City starters have achieved 3.51 ERA (23 earned runs in 57 innings). They gave up 47 hits and hit 55.

The singer was part of the revival of rotation last Sunday, despite suffering a second defeat of the season against A. He allowed 3 runs with 6 hits with 4 strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings. He left with two runners in the sixth inning, scoring a three-run home run allowed by the bullpen.

The singer is 0-1 with 4.76 ERA in two career starts against Auckland.

Caprilian, who threw six unscored innings against the Royals in June 2021, continues to pitch better than the record of wins and losses shows. Auckland manager Mark Kotsay said Caprilian's record of victory was not his fault, as was the case with the other staff.

"Winning or losing is not always accurate," Kotsay said. "Our starters were deeply involved in the game and gave us the opportunity to win the game, which reflects our attack and lack of ramp rotation.

" Kap Had a good start and a bad start. He's out of the really good players and I hope he keeps going on strike. "

Recent expedition with the Seattle Mariners. So he allowed 2 runs with 5 hits in 5 1/3 innings, but lost in the 8-2 game on Tuesday.

"He had some command problems," Kotsay said. "Sometimes it's mechanics, and sometimes it's self-confidence, but he only had two walks and seven strikeouts against Seattle."

– Field-level media