After Tommy John surgery last season put a yearlong dent in his career, left-hander Jason Vargas made his first major-league start in 423 days on Saturday night. He threw the first three innings, allowing two hits and one run while walking one and striking out one Chicago batter as the Royals beat the White Sox 3-2. Teammates greeted Vargas in the dugout at the end of the third inning.
After Tommy John surgery last season put a yearlong dent in his career, left-hander Jason Vargas made his first major-league start in 423 days on Saturday night. He threw the first three innings, allowing two hits and one run while walking one and striking out one Chicago batter as the Royals beat the White Sox 3-2. Teammates greeted Vargas in the dugout at the end of the third inning. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
After Tommy John surgery last season put a yearlong dent in his career, left-hander Jason Vargas made his first major-league start in 423 days on Saturday night. He threw the first three innings, allowing two hits and one run while walking one and striking out one Chicago batter as the Royals beat the White Sox 3-2. Teammates greeted Vargas in the dugout at the end of the third inning. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

In first start of season, Jason Vargas leads Royals to a 3-2 win over the White Sox

September 17, 2016 09:05 PM

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