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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Royals manager Ned Yost admitted that he often manages an entire game around getting the ball to reliever Wade Davis in the eighth inning and closer Greg Holland in the ninth. The fact that Yordano Ventura gave him six solid innings made things even easier. Ventura returned from a sore elbow to keep the St. Louis Cardinals off balance, and Kansas City rallied for three runs in the sixth inning before the bullpen closed out a 3-2 win Thursday night that ended a string of eight straight home losses to its cross-state rivals. "The bullpen was fantastic tonight," Yost said. Of course, so was Ventura. The hard-throwing right-hander was skipped his previous time through the rotation because of the ailment, but looked sharp in his return. Ventura (3-5) pitched to contact and took advantage of some sharp defence, which helped him to limit the damage whenever he ran into trouble. "Everything was good," Ventura said through a translator. "I wasnt nervous. I was very anxious. I wanted to pitch well to help the team win." He wasnt in line for the win until the Royals rallied for three runs off Michael Wacha (4-4) in the sixth inning, and Francisley Bueno and Davis each pitched a perfect inning in relief. Holland made things interesting in the ninth. Oscar Taveras led off with a grounder toward second base that Omar Infante fielded deep in the hole and threw awkwardly to first base. Umpire Dan Iassogna initially ruled the throw beat Taveras to the bag, but a video review showed that he was clearly safe. Holland proceeded to strike out Jhonny Peralta, but a wild pitch sent pinch runner Randal Grichuk to second base. Holland then struck out Jon Jay and Peter Bourjos to end the game. The Royals took the first two games of the four-game, two-city series at Busch Stadium, and then lost 5-2 in 11 innings on Wednesday night before taking the series finale. Kansas City improved to 6-2 against National League clubs this season, while its slumping cross-state rivals lost for the seventh time in their past eight games. The game was expected to be a showdown between two of the games bright young pitchers in Ventura, with his 100 mph fastball, and Wacha, who emerged for St. Louis last season. Neither of them disappointed. Ventura left two runners aboard in the first inning and a runner on third base in each of the next three innings. Alex Gordon then helped him out of the fifth, when he threw out Yadier Molina trying to stretch a single into a double with a strong throw from left field. The call was confirmed after a review that lasted 3 minutes, 30 seconds. Wacha only allowed two hits through the first five innings before Alcides Escobar started the Royals rally with a double in the sixth. Nori Aoki followed with an RBI double and Eric Hosmer guided a single through a drawn-in infield to knot the game 2-all. Salvador Perez, who had been in a 2-for-24 slump at home, followed with a go-ahead single. "Wacha was real good up the point of the sixth inning and thats consecutive starts where weve had starters come out and be real good and just hit a wall," Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said. "We just werent able to get enough offence back after that." The fact that Aoki had a part in the Royals sixth-inning rally was perhaps fitting. The outfielder was leading off in the first inning when he took a pitch low and inside. He was still leaning slightly over the plate when Molina tried to return the ball to Wacha, and the throw instead ricocheted hard off Aokis helmet and toward the third-base dugout. Aoki crumpled into a heap and lay in the dirt for several minutes before resuming his at-bat. He later grounded out, but hurt the Cardinals with his double during the Royals decisive rally. "Yadi was real apologetic," Yost said. "Nori was just like, OK, OK." NOTES: Cardinals 2B Kolten Wong left in the fifth inning with soreness in his left shoulder, which he hurt diving for a ball Tuesday night in St. Louis. Daniel Descalso replaced him. ... Royals RHP Jeremy Guthrie starts a four-game series against the Yankees on Friday night. Cardinals RHP Lance Lynn will start for St. Louis to open its three-game set in Toronto. Custom Thunder Jersey. -- Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run homer, Colby Rasmus drove in two runs and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Detroit Tigers 9-4 on Saturday. Swingman Shawn Kemp - The Minnesota Twins made it official on Wednesday, announcing the signing of outfielder Torii Hunter to a one-year contract. -- Pelicans coach Monty Williams does not expect guard Eric Gordon to play in any of New Orleans final five games this season. Gary Payton Thunder Jersey. Osasunas Alvaro Cejudo drove the ball onto the crossbar in the fifth minute and his team squandered several long-range strikes before he was denied one-on-one by goalkeeper Jaime Jimenez in the 50th. Swingman Russell Westbrook - Stephen Currys jumper with 3.TORONTO - Chad Kackert may be a big-play threat capable of scoring from anywhere on the field but Toronto coach Scott Milanovich plans to ease the star running back into the Argonauts offence.Kackert returned to the field Monday, two days after ending his retirement to join Torontos practice roster. The 28-year-old retired on the first day of training camp to become the clubs strength-and-conditioning coach after suffering a broken left right ankle prior to the 2013 East Division final.Kackerts return is welcome news for Toronto (4-Cool, when begins a four-game homestand just two points out of first in the East Division behind the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (5-7) and Montreal Alouettes (5-Cool. The five-foot-eight, 206-pound Kackert was instrumental in the Argos 2012 championship run, earning MVP honours in their 35-22 Grey Cup win over Calgary.Milanovich has no timetable for Kackerts return but said it wont happen Saturday when Toronto hosts the Edmonton Eskimos.He feels good, hes very confident where hes at physically but Im just going to reserve judgement until I see him go through a week of practice and get his feedback as to how he feels, Milanovich said. If he goes through this week feeling good, then well start to evaluate where hes at relative to the other guys.Were trying to get him as much work as we can. We need to make sure he can handle the workload and pounding.Kackert wore his blue No. 44 jersey but took no snaps with the starting offence, instead lining up on the scout team.Its just feeling it out this week, hopefully get a little bit of contact and see how it reacts, Kackert said. Ive been running, Ive been doing my training just hoping to get the choice to come back because I honestly didnt know if I was going to get to a place where I was healthy enough to play football again.Thats why I retired.Kackert had to retire because he was nowhere near ready to play when Toronto opened training camp.I could hardly run at the start of training camp, said Kackert, who need surgery to repair the injury. I was limping for a good few months into the season but Ive felt a lot better lately.I had a talk wiith the doctor and he was saying, If you feel like you can play you should, because he didnt see any problem with it.ddddddddddddKackert has been a big-play running back during his three seasons with Toronto, rushing for 1,467 yards and 12 TDs on 228 carries (6.4-yard yard average) while adding 50 catches for 454 yards and two touchdowns. He was the Grey Cup MVP after rushing for 133 yards on 20 carries against Calgary on Nov. 25, 2012.Unfortunately, injuries have limited Kackert to just 24 regular-season games since signing with Toronto in 2010. But theres no doubt in Milanovichs mind what a healthy Kackert brings to the offence.Hes a home-run hitter, he gets a crease and can go the distance, Milanovich said. Hes got good hands out of the backfield and hes learned to be a good protector of the quarterback.His teammates love him. Just the way he plays the game, the unselfishness with which he does his job, the players respond to that and are pulling for him.Kackert would also be another big weapon in quarterback Ricky Rays arsenal, a potentially scary thought considering Toronto entered last weekends action with the CFLs top aerial attack and ranked second in total offensive yards. Defences have to spend a lot of time trying to defend what (Kackert) can do and its not all about trying to stop Chad Owens or (Andre) Durie or (Jason) Barnes or the rest of the receivers, Ray said. His thing is hes so explosive, over his career hes been able to bust out 50-yard touchdown runs and that really changes the game.Thats big in any offence but also in the passing game, throwing those balls underneath hes able to turn it up and make some big gains.A fresh and strong Kackert would further bolster an offence thats been getting healthier in recent weeks with the return of injured receivers Jason Barnes, Andre Durie, Spencer Watt and Chad Owens.Thats big for us, Ray said. To have our main guys back and healthy . . . makes a big difference for this offence.If we can stay healthy coming down the stretch and everybody improves week to week, we can be a team that goes out there and does some good things. Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '
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