Kansas City Royals

Plesac solid for 7, Indians hand Royals seventh loss in row


Plesac won his second straight start since returning to Cleveland's rotation after a demotion for breaking team COVID-19 protocols, leading the Indians to a 5-2 victory over Kansas City on Monday night that extended the Royals' losing streak to a season-high seven straight.


Tyler Naquin had two RBIs for the Indians against Brad Keller (3-2), who hung around until the seventh and had some unlucky breaks on some grounders that found holes for Cleveland.


Lindor got two hits and scored once, but also had a baserunning gaffe when he got called out on an appeal play in the sixth for failing to touch second.


Kansas City made two errors and Mondesi provided the only real highlight with the longest homer of his career, a shot that cleared the lower seats in right.


Lindor is grateful that Major League Baseball is allowing Puerto Rican players to wear No.


Royals: C Salvador Perez could be back by the weekend after being sidelined with blurred vision in his left eye.






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