In his first start since Tommy John surgery two years ago — his second such surgery, making him a rarity — Kris Medlen was dazzling and rusty but mostly promising Monday night as the Royals beat the Baltimore Orioles. It was a stimulating audition to join Kansas City’s playoff rotation, columnist Sam Mellinger writes.
In his first start since Tommy John surgery two years ago — his second such surgery, making him a rarity — Kris Medlen was dazzling and rusty but mostly promising Monday night as the Royals beat the Baltimore Orioles. It was a stimulating audition to join Kansas City’s playoff rotation, columnist Sam Mellinger writes. JOHN SLEEZER JSLEEZER@KCSTAR.COM
In his first start since Tommy John surgery two years ago — his second such surgery, making him a rarity — Kris Medlen was dazzling and rusty but mostly promising Monday night as the Royals beat the Baltimore Orioles. It was a stimulating audition to join Kansas City’s playoff rotation, columnist Sam Mellinger writes. JOHN SLEEZER JSLEEZER@KCSTAR.COM

Pitcher Kris Medlen is intriguing as he makes the most of his audition for Royals’ rotation

August 24, 2015 11:03 PM