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Dec 20, 2012 7:41pm
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. —Luis Mendoza felt terrible for much of the week, then
quickly got into trouble when he returned to the mound Friday night. Once he
wiggled out of that first-inning jam, it was mostly smooth sailing from there.
Mendoza pitched into the seventh in his first start since a bout with strep
throat, leading the Kansas City Royals to a 6-3 victory over the struggling
Cleveland Indians. Mike Moustakas and Brayan Pena each drove in two runs for the
Royals, who have won three straight and four of six. Mendoza (8-9) allowed two
runs and eight hits in six-plus innings. The Indians have lost 40 of 52 games
since July 26 when they were 50-49 and trailed AL Central-leading White Sox by 3
1/2 games. They have lost six straight against Kansas City and eight of nine
overall in the season series. Mendoza (8-9), who was scratched from a Wednesday
start with the illness, got off to shaky start. Shin-Soo Choo and Jason Kipnis
singled with no outs in the first and moved up on Asdrubal Cabreras sacrifice.
Mendoza then struck out Carlos Santana and issued an intentional walk to
Michael Brantley before Travis Hafner grounded out to end the inning. “He did a
great job of getting out of it,” Royals manager Ned Yost said. “Striking out
Santana was a huge out and he ended up getting out of it.” Mendoza was sick for
much of the week. “On Monday, I felt terrible, all my body hurt,” he said. “I
just came to the field and tried to get something to feel better. Tuesday I came
in early, I started feeling better. Tonight, I felt good, felt 100 per cent.”
Kansas City pushed across two runs in the second on RBI singles by Pena and
Irving Falu. Moustakas tacked on a sacrifice fly in the third and a run-scoring
groundout in the fifth. Mendoza departed after Ezequiel Carrera led off the
seventh with a bunt single. Tim Collins hit Choo with a pitch and yielded a
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responded with two runs in the eighth to make it 6-3. Eric Hosmer, who had the
winning RBI single in Thursdays victory over Chicago, hit a sacrifice fly and
Pena doubled in Jeff Francoeur. Greg Holland worked the ninth for his 15th save
in 18 opportunities. “The eighth inning was big after it got back to a one-run
lead, to get two more runs and get Holland some breathing room,” Yost said. “He
came in for the third night in a row and was fantastic.” Mendoza earned his
first victory since Aug. 11. He was 0-1 with four no-decisions since his
previous win. “Offensively, we continue to struggle, especially with situational
hitting,” Indians manager Manny Acta said. “The first inning we had a situation
where we could just take the lead, and who knows what would happen after that.
But, we failed to drive in a run with a runner on third and the infield back.”
Justin Masterson (11-15) lost his third straight start. He was charged with four
runs and seven hits in six innings. Brantley singled home Cabrera in the third
inning for Clevelands first run. NOTES: Royals C Salvador Perez and LF
Alex Gordon were held out of the lineup with bruised hands. Manager Ned Yost
said Perez has been battling sore hands for a week and likely would not play in
the weekend series against the Indians. Gordon bruised his hand while sliding
into home in the sixth inning Thursday. Gordon did come in as a defensive
replacement in the eighth. Yost said Gordon probably would start Saturday. ..
Indians RHP Ubaldo Jimenez, who has lost five straight decisions, will start
Saturday. The Royals will counter with rookie LHP Will Smith. ... George Toma,
who was the Royals groundskeeper from their inaugural season until 1995, was
inducted into the clubs Hall of Fame before the game. Toma becomes the 25th
member of the Royals hall. ’ ’ ’ 

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