Lee Judge writes: Wednesday afternoon, Detroit Tigers pitcher Drew Smyly was dealing. Seven innings pitched, two runs allowed and one of those runs was lucky. That’s good enough to win unless the team you’re facing pitches even better and plays great defense. Kansas City starter Jeremy Guthrie threw what Royals manager Ned Yost called his best game of the year.
Lee Judge writes: Wednesday afternoon, Detroit Tigers pitcher Drew Smyly was dealing. Seven innings pitched, two runs allowed and one of those runs was lucky. That’s good enough to win unless the team you’re facing pitches even better and plays great defense. Kansas City starter Jeremy Guthrie threw what Royals manager Ned Yost called his best game of the year. Carlos Osorio The Associated Press
Lee Judge writes: Wednesday afternoon, Detroit Tigers pitcher Drew Smyly was dealing. Seven innings pitched, two runs allowed and one of those runs was lucky. That’s good enough to win unless the team you’re facing pitches even better and plays great defense. Kansas City starter Jeremy Guthrie threw what Royals manager Ned Yost called his best game of the year. Carlos Osorio The Associated Press