Zack Greinke, veteran pitcher for the Kansas City Royals, met again this Thursday with the victory against the Chicago White Sox.
In XNUMX XNUMX/XNUMX innings of work, the right-handed pitcher allowed nine hits, allowed no runs and struck out five batters.
In his 19th start of the season, Greinke threw 95 pitches, 67 of them in the strike zone, after facing 27 batters.
Thanks to his performance tonight, the 2009 Cy Young Award winner won for the first time a month and a day after beating the now-Cleveland Guardians.
Now, Zack Greinke is 4-7 with a high 4.29 ERA.
In the offensive section, Vinnie Pasquantino stood out with a solo home run. Nicky Lopez (2), MJ Melendez and Michael Taylor drove in the other Royals runs.
With this victory, Mike Matheny's troop has a record of 47-66 at 12.5 games in the fight for the "young circuit" wild card.