After Jeremy Guthrie gave up nine runs in two-plus innings on Tuesday, the Royals have left a vacancy in their rotation for Sunday, the day of Guthrie’s next scheduled start against the Cleveland Indians. It is thought that the organization favors Chris Young (pictured) for the role, though he has been confined to the bullpen since August.
After Jeremy Guthrie gave up nine runs in two-plus innings on Tuesday, the Royals have left a vacancy in their rotation for Sunday, the day of Guthrie’s next scheduled start against the Cleveland Indians. It is thought that the organization favors Chris Young (pictured) for the role, though he has been confined to the bullpen since August. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER jsleezer@kcstar.com
After Jeremy Guthrie gave up nine runs in two-plus innings on Tuesday, the Royals have left a vacancy in their rotation for Sunday, the day of Guthrie’s next scheduled start against the Cleveland Indians. It is thought that the organization favors Chris Young (pictured) for the role, though he has been confined to the bullpen since August. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER jsleezer@kcstar.com
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