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KANSAS CITY, Mo. Pat McAfee Jersey . —Chris Sale was short
of his All-Star best. He was still good enough to win his eight straight
decision. Adam Dunn homered in his third straight game and the Chicago White Sox
beat the Kansas City Royals 2-1 Sunday. Sale (11-2) is 8-0 with two no-decisions
since a May 12 loss to the Royals. He allowed one run and scattered a
season-high 10 hits eight innings to lower his earned run average to 2.11, which
ranks second on the American League. He struck out four and walked none.
“Obviously, a lot of hits,” Sale said. “You just try to brush that off and keep
going about what you need to do and have that mindset and go out and still make
pitches.” Sale, who is from Florida, liked the 94 degree temperature for the
first pitch. “Ive always said I like pitching in warm weather way better than
cold. Its definitely nice to have some heat out there today.” Sale threw 115
pitches, but manager Robin Ventura had no qualms about sending him out for the
eighth inning. “It was his game,” Ventura said. “He finds a way to get himself
into trouble and out of trouble, too.” Dunn, who leads the league with 28 home
runs, drilled a 2-0 pitch from Luis Mendoza (3-6) just inside the right-field
pole in the first inning. Dunn has 65 hits overall this season, meaning 43 per
cent of them have been home runs. “On 2-0, I was geared up for a fastball and it
was a changeup,” Dunn said. “I just caught it out in front. I dont hit many of
those line drive home runs. I could have easily hooked it foul. That was
obviously a positive thing. Thats what weve been working on all spring to stay
inside of it.” Addison Reed, who blew a save Friday, worked a scoreless ninth
for his 14th save in 16 opportunities. The White Sox loaded the bases with no
outs in the second when Alex Rios singled, A.J. Pierzynski was hit by a pitch
and Dayan Viciedo hit an infield single. They converted that into just one run
when Rios scored as Alexei Ramirez grounded into a double play. Mendoza threw
but seven pitches to five batters that inning. Mendoza allowed just one hit
after the second inning, but took the loss. He gave up two runs on four hits in
7 1-3 innings, while striking out six and walking four. The Royals avoided a
shutout when Mike Moustakas, who led off the fifth with a single and advanced to
second on a Sale wild pitch, scored on a Chris Getz single. Getz moved to third
on Alex Gordons single, but was stranded when Alcides Escobar struck out and
Butler grounded out. The Royals went 1-for-11 with runners in scoring position
against Sale. “We knew who we had to face today and he was as good as
advertised,” Royals right fielder Jeff Francoeur said. “He has his fastball in
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Royals C Manny Pina, who had knee surgery in spring training, was reinstated
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Felipe Paulino, who had season-ending elbow surgery, was transferred from the
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second time this season. The first was June 9-12. ... White Sox 1B Paul Konerko
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