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CHICAGO (AP) Ryan O’Hearn got the ball from his first major league hit. Brett Phillips got his bats back.For one night at least
, everything was all right with the Kansas City Royals.O’Hearn hit a two-run homer in his big league debut, helping Danny Duffy and the Royals beat the Chicago White Sox 4-2 on Tuesday.”Today was the most fun I had at a baseball field, once I kind of settled down a little bit, ever,” O’Hearn said. ”I’m ready to get back tomorrow.”Phillips also hit a two-run shot for last-place Kansas City, which had dropped four of five. Duffy (7-9) pitched 5 2/3 scoreless innings, rebounding nicely from a rocky start against Detroit.It was Phillips’ first hit since he was acquired Friday in the trade that sent third baseman Mike Moustakas to Milwaukee. Phillips had to use Hunter Dozier’s bat for his Kansas City debut Sunday against the Yankees after his lumber got lost while he was flying to New York to join his new team.He was reunited with his bats in time for the series opener against Chicago, and he looked quite comfortable on his fifth career homer in the seventh.”It’s always a blessing to help the team win in any way you can,” Phillips said.The White Sox lost for the fifth time in six games. They wasted prime scoring opportunities in the fourth and eighth, and another threat in the sixth was curtailed by a mental mistake by Tim Anderson – prompting manager Rick Renteria to replace the young shortstop.Matt Davidson hit a two-run shot in the seventh for his eighth homer against the Royals this season. But Tim Hill got one out, Jason Hammel worked a rocky eighth and Wily Peralta finished for his sixth save.Playing in front of his parents
, brother and sister, O’Hearn bounced to first in his first at-bat in the second. He came up again with one out and a runner on first in the fifth, and drove a 1-0 pitch from James Shields (4-13) over the wall in right .O’Hearn, an eighth-round pick in the 2014 draft who turned 25 on Thursday, was promoted from Triple-A Omaha before the game. He became the third player in franchise history to homer in his major league debut, joining Clint Hurdle in 1977 and Mark Quinn in 1999.”It was fun to watch,” Duffy said.O’Hearn also walked and scored on Phillips’ homer.Duffy allowed six hits, struck out seven and walked four. The left-hander went 3-2 with a 3.38 ERA in six July starts.Duffy got some help when the speedy Anderson failed to run out a low liner to third baseman Rosell Herrera with runners on first and second in the sixth. Third base umpire Lance Barksdale ruled the ball hit the ground – it looked as if it might have been caught cleanly – and Herrera threw late to second.But Whit Merrifield just jogged over and lobbed the ball to first baseman Lucas Duda for the final out of the inning. Renteria then put Nicky Delmonico in left and moved Leury Garcia to shortstop before the start of the seventh.”It’s like we tell these guys: Don’t assume anything,” Renteria said. ”Just go until they ultimately make the call. We’ll let the opposing team make the review call. It didn’t look very good having him standing at the plate and having the ball go around the diamond.”Anderson said he was surprised by Renteria’s decision to pull him out of the game.”But he’s the manager. It’s his call,” Anderson said. ”I can’t do nothing but respect his decision (and) come tomorrow and be ready to play.”ABOUT THAT DEADLINEThe White Sox acquired minor league left-hander Hunter Schryver from Tampa Bay for $1 million in international signing bonus pool money. Schryver, a seventh-round pick in the 2017 draft out of Villanova University
, was assigned to Class A Winston-Salem.The Royals did not make a trade in the final hours before the non-waiver deadline.TRAINER’S ROOMRoyals: OF Brian Goodwin was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a left groin strain. He got hurt running the bases on Saturday night against the Yankees. … INF Cheslor Cuthbert, who is out with a lower back strain, was transferred to the 60-day DL.White Sox: OF Luis Robert, one of Chicago’s top prospects, was slated to begin a rehab assignment with the Arizona League White Sox. Robert had been sidelined by a left thumb injury.UP NEXTJakob Junis (5-11, 5.06 ERA) and Dylan Covey (4-6, 5.40 ERA) pitch Wednesday night in a matchup of struggling right-handers. Junis is 0-8 with a 6.98 ERA in his last nine starts for Kansas City. Covey has one win and an 8.73 ERA over his last seven starts.—Jay Cohen can be reached at
— HOUSTON — Houston Astros left-hander Dallas Keuchel will open a three-game series against the Minnesota Twins on Monday at Minute Maid Park.Keuchel (10-10, 3.58 ERA) is 2-3 with a 4.50 ERA in five career appearances (four starts) against the Twins and took the loss on April 10 at Target Field after allowing three runs, six hits and four walks with six strikeouts in four innings of a 4-1 defeat. His four innings pitched represented a season low.Right-hander Kyle Gibson (7-11, 3.79 ERA) gets the start for the Twins (63-73). He has surrendered at least three earned runs in five of his last six starts, going 2-4 with a 5.14 ERA and an .863 OPS allowed during that stretch. Article continues below ...Gibson is 3-1 with a 3.74 ERA in six career starts against the Astros. He allowed five runs
, seven hits and four walks with four strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings in a 9-8 home victory over Houston on April 11. He did not factor into the decision.The Twins have dropped 7 of 9 games. They employed the “opener” strategy for the first time this season on Sunday in an 18-4 loss to the Texas Rangers in Arlington. Despite the unfavorable results, Twins manager Paul Molitor did not rule out executing the game plan a second time.“It’s one game,” Molitor said to MLB.com. “You’re hoping to get a chance to get through the first inning unscathed and we didn’t. As far as moving forward, there are going to be more people to get opportunities in those situations. We just have to keep trying to find the right guy to get the game started and on a good note.”While right-hander Roberto Osuna represented the more high-profile addition to the Houston bullpen on Sunday at the non-waiver trade deadline, both in on-field reputation and off-field notoriety, fellow right-handed reliever Ryan Pressly continues to serve the Astros well.Pressly produced his 10th consecutive scoreless appearance, getting two strikeouts while working around a one-out single in the seventh inning of a 4-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels that enabled the Astros (84-53) to split a four-game series.Pressly has allowed just four baserunners during his scoreless stretch, posting 13 strikeouts against no walks in 9 1/3 innings. He has settled into the seventh-inning role for the Astros in high-leverage situations, pitching just ahead of right-hander Hector Rondon, who in turn has been supplanted by Osuna as the closer.Opposing batters have hit .125 against Pressly in his last 10 appearances, validating the effort made in acquiring him from the Minnesota Twins.“Pressly’s been incredible
,” Astros manager A.J. Hinch said. “He’s up almost every day, he’s thrown a lot of innings in a lot of close games with very little margin for error.“The swing and miss — he’s got two power breaking balls (a slider plus a curveball). And he was an under-the-radar addition for us that our front office targeted, went out, and traded for him. And he finds himself in really important innings, seventh, eighth, and ninth innings.“To get those kinds of swings and misses consistently is not easy at this level. We largely overlook it sometimes when he just comes in and does his job efficiently and gets to the next day. He’s been a tremendous help for us.”
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