Joe Blanton probably earned himself another start for the Royals after spinning six innings of one-run baseball on Monday night against the Seattle Mariners. Manager Ned Yost has not yet committed to his rotation for next week in Houston, but Blanton is one of three candidates to pitch next Tuesday against the Astros.
Joe Blanton probably earned himself another start for the Royals after spinning six innings of one-run baseball on Monday night against the Seattle Mariners. Manager Ned Yost has not yet committed to his rotation for next week in Houston, but Blanton is one of three candidates to pitch next Tuesday against the Astros. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Joe Blanton probably earned himself another start for the Royals after spinning six innings of one-run baseball on Monday night against the Seattle Mariners. Manager Ned Yost has not yet committed to his rotation for next week in Houston, but Blanton is one of three candidates to pitch next Tuesday against the Astros. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
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June 23, 2015 08:42 PM

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