Thursday, April 9, 2009

2-1 : Davies Throws a Few More Zeroes on the Board

That grumbling you hear from the rest of the division might have something to do with the fact the Royals starting pictures haven't allowed a run since the second inning of the season.

Kyle Davies kept up the good mojo by blanking the White Sox for seven innings. Ron Mahay got his chance in the eight inning and Soria closed things out, despite making it a little interesting.

Manager Trey Hillman deserves some credit as well for pinch-hitting Alberto Callaspo for Willie Bloomquist against the tough Chicago bullpen. Not only did Callaspo have a left-right advantage, but he can also, um... well, hit.

Let's enjoy this one before Sir Sidney Ponson introduces his fastball to the Yankee's bats tomorrow.
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Alberto Callaspo started the winning rally with a one-out double against Jenks into the right-center gap. Crisp followed by pulling a first-pitch fastball over the right-field wall.

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