Vahe Gregorian

August 27, 2014 11:03 PM

Australian pitcher Liam Hendriks is an unlikely hero in Royals’ victory

Liam Hendriks’ background made him an unlikely presence on the mound for the Royals on Wednesday against Minnesota, the franchise that signed him in 2007 and mustered only one run in seven innings against him in a 6-1 Royals’ victory.

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