Royal Edge White Sox 2-1

The Royals edge White Sox 2-1 originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Salvador Perez and Wyatt Merifield hit singles at home, Daniel Lynch entered the sixth inning on his return from the injured list, and the Kansas City Royals outperformed the Chicago White Sox 2-1 on Monday night to claim their second straight win.

Perez launched a massive attack for the second consecutive game and third for Homer in four competitions after missing 31 games due to a left thumb injury and surgery. The seven-time All Star has eight RBIs in the period.

Murrayfield’s drive on the left racecourse off Michael Kubis (4-7) in sixth could be his last with Kansas City. A two-time All-Star star in seven seasons with the Royal Family, the second baseman was the subject of trade rumors ahead of Tuesday’s deadline.

Tim Anderson and Andrew Vaughn both received two hits from Lynch, but the White Sox fell back to 0.500 (51-51). Gavin Sheets raced with a sack fly in seventh place.

Chicago, 23-29 at home, failed to try to win three consecutive games at Guaranteed Rate Field for the first time this season.

Lynch (4-7) allowed six hits, hit seven and didn’t walk 5 rounds 1/3 when he came back from a rehab job at Triple-A Omaha and started in Brad Keeler’s place. The left-handed, who is 6-foot-6, was on the injured list on July 18 with a blister on his hand, the second time in a month the injury has sidelined him.

Scott Barlow has had the last six tackles 17 on 20 chances. He’s worked around one song in each of the last two tours.

Kopech allowed two runs and six hits in seven innings. Hit three times and walked into one while throwing 100 high-level throws.

Homer measured Perez’s 14th, off Kopech’s slide 2-1 on the fourth, at 452 feet and put Kansas City ahead 1-0. The blast sailed above the eye of the multi-tiered hitter in the middle, and bounced high off the lobby platform in front of the scoreboard.

It came a day after Perez fired a 3-foot-4, 441-foot shot from the Yankees All-Star closer Clay Holmes in the ninth inning in New York to lift the Royals for an 8-6 win. This was the first home race that Holmes had allowed this year.

Merryfield moved up to sixth to make it 2-0.

After Lori Garcia and loyal Sippi Zavala greeted the Whites with a single in the seventh inning, the Sheets’ deep fly scored Garcia to cut it to 2-1.

all or nothing

Perez has only had three hits since his comeback, but all of them were from Homers.

White can add left

The White Sox filled a gap in their bull game by getting Boston LHP Jake Diekman to fisherman Reese McGuire and a player to be named or get paid.

Dickman is 5-1 with a 4.23 ERA in 44 games this season. The 6-foot-4, 35-year-old is particularly tough on left-handed hitters, with a batting average of 188 this year.

Kings Deals

The Royals, who could be top sellers before Tuesday’s deadline, held two small deals to add regulatory depth.

Kansas City 3B replaced Emmanuel Rivera to Arizona for RHP Luke Weaver, who was 1-1 with a 7.71 ERA for the Diamondbacks. Members of the royal family sent money to the Seattle Mariners for LHP Anthony Misiewicz, who was assigned to Triple-A Omaha

coach room

White Sox: CF Luis Robert was on the team club after a rehab period at Triple-A Charlotte, but was not activated from IL. Head coach Tony La Russa said the quick player is unlikely to play in the three-game series against Kansas City. Robert exited a game in Minnesota on July 15 with blurred vision and dizziness and was placed retroactively through July 19. Last weekend, the White Sox said the 2020 Gold Glove winner had been experiencing cold symptoms.

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