CLEVELAND (AP) -- Bruce Chen overcame a rocky second inning and
the Kansas City Royals scored their first five runs with two outs
in a 6-3 win over the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday.
Chen (4-5) held Cleveland scoreless after giving up three runs
in the second. Alex Gordon, Johnny Giavotella, Mike Moustakas, Jeff
Francoeur and Brayan Pena had run-scoring hits for Kansas City,
which has won four of its last six to go 5-4 on a nine-game road
Chen worked the first five innings before relievers Tim Collins,
Aaron Crow, Jose Mijares and Jonathan Broxton pitched scoreless
ball over the final four innings. Broxton worked a shaky ninth for
his 11th save.
Courtesy: Associated Press
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