The Royals’ Eric Hosmer hit a sacrifice fly, scoring Lorenzo Cain, in the first inning Wednesday against the White Sox in Chicago, but Hosmer had to leave the game in the eighth inning because of a lack of strength in his right hand. He had irritated the injury during a check-swing in his second at-bat, and after his third he informed manager Ned Yost that he could not swing the bat with confidence.
The Royals’ Eric Hosmer hit a sacrifice fly, scoring Lorenzo Cain, in the first inning Wednesday against the White Sox in Chicago, but Hosmer had to leave the game in the eighth inning because of a lack of strength in his right hand. He had irritated the injury during a check-swing in his second at-bat, and after his third he informed manager Ned Yost that he could not swing the bat with confidence. Stacy Thacker The Associated Press
The Royals’ Eric Hosmer hit a sacrifice fly, scoring Lorenzo Cain, in the first inning Wednesday against the White Sox in Chicago, but Hosmer had to leave the game in the eighth inning because of a lack of strength in his right hand. He had irritated the injury during a check-swing in his second at-bat, and after his third he informed manager Ned Yost that he could not swing the bat with confidence. Stacy Thacker The Associated Press

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