Vinnie Pasquantino's first major league hit was a solo home run, with Brad Keller throwing more than six innings when Kansas City Royals beat host Detroit Tigers 3-1 on Friday.
Pasquantino was playing in the third game after being called by Triple-A Omaha at the beginning of the week. Hunter Dozier recorded three hits, including Solo Homer. Andrew Benintendi added two hits and drove on a run.
Keller (3-9) gave up 5 hits, 2 walks and hit 5 strokes. Taylor Clarke threw one inning and Josequas got two outs in the eighth inning. Scott Barlow has finished his 11th save.
Eric Haase ruined Kansas City's shut-out bid with nine sacrifice flies. The Tigers went 0-12 with the scoring runners, leaving 10 boys as the base.
Detroit starter Michael Pineda (1-3), who recovered from a broken finger and was activated after completing a rehab stint, gave up 3 runs and 7 hits in 5 innings.
The Royals won the third run. Whit Merrifield hit a one-out double, taking third place and scoring Benintendi's single to the right.
Kansas City bent its fourth muscle. Pasqua Tino's groundbreaking hit bounced off the top of the right-wing wall and hit the railing in front of Homer's stand. Dozier hit the 8th home run and blasted the field wall in the center left to make it 3-0.
Detroit's Willi Castro finished third in the bottom of the innings, but was left behind.
When Riley Greene hit and Willi Castro walked, the Tigers had two base runners with no outs for the sixth time. Keller then beat Javier Baez on the flyout, Miguel Cabrera on the strikeout, and Harold Castro on the lineout.
Once again, when Robbie Grossman walked and Spencer Torkelson hit the pitch, Detroit was carrying two runners in seventh place. Keller has been removed for Clark. Clark retired the following three batters to keep the Tigers away from the board.
Detroit also left a runner stranded in 8th and 3rd place.
After finally crossing the run, the Tigers turned on two runners in the ninth and out two, but Barlow let Willi Castro's grounder end the game. rice field.
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