KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Mark Teahen homered for the first time
in more than two months and the Kansas City Royals took advantage
of three Toronto errors to beat the Blue Jays 6-2.
Teahen led the Royals with 18 home runs last year. He hit his
sixth home run in the first inning, ending a drought of 250 at-bats
without a homer. Teahen's previous home run was May 29th.
The Royals took advantage of fielding errors by Aaron Hill and
Lyle Overbay in the third to score two unearned runs and grab a 3-2
lead. An error by Hector Luna in the fifth led to another KC run.
Odalis Perez worked five innings for the win. He's 7-and-11.
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