Making his first start for Kansas City since May 16, Danny Duffy worked four-and-two-thirds innings on a limited pitch count as the Royals beat the Mariners 8-2 on Wednesday night in Seattle. The Mariners pestered him with eight hits, all singles, but Duffy struck out four batters and walked none, giving up two runs.
Making his first start for Kansas City since May 16, Danny Duffy worked four-and-two-thirds innings on a limited pitch count as the Royals beat the Mariners 8-2 on Wednesday night in Seattle. The Mariners pestered him with eight hits, all singles, but Duffy struck out four batters and walked none, giving up two runs. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Making his first start for Kansas City since May 16, Danny Duffy worked four-and-two-thirds innings on a limited pitch count as the Royals beat the Mariners 8-2 on Wednesday night in Seattle. The Mariners pestered him with eight hits, all singles, but Duffy struck out four batters and walked none, giving up two runs. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

Danny Duffy delivers encouraging outing, Royals beat Mariners 8-2

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