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Reyes, Meadows in 7th place, Tigers beat Royals 4-2

KANSAS CITY, Mo. ( Associated Press) – Victor Reyes and Austin Meadows scored RBI singles in the seventh inning as the Detroit Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 on Thursday night.

With the game tied 2–2, pinch-hitter Eric Haase hit the first of three straight two-out singles from reliever Jake Brentz (0–2), followed by Reyes and Meadows.

“I know the back end of that bullpen really well,” Haase said. “So, I prepare for those and see where we are in the lineup and it came out today.”

Rookie Spencer Torkelson takes one out and runs off Reyes’ hit.

Tigers manager AJ Hinch said, “Victor wouldn’t have got that chance if it wasn’t for a few hits and walks before him.” “A pair of two-batsmen is what really counts in setting up Victor and then Victor.”

Miguel Cabrera left three of the Tigers’ nine hits six shy of 3,000 for his career. All of Detroit’s hits were singles.

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Cabrera said, “I know a lot of eyes are on me. But at the same time I am in good shape now. Hopefully we can win more matches. If we win I think the numbers are going to be there.” .

Joe Jimenez (1–0) scored a scoreless sixth, one of four Tigers relievers who combined to allow only one walk among the final 13 Kansas City batsmen.

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