CJ Abrams’ two-run double paced the Washington Nationals The host team won 4-2 Kansas City Royals Saturday afternoon
A day after scoring eight runs in the sixth inning in a comeback victory, the They are national bounced back in the sixth inning to score four as Abrams’ bases-loaded double broke a 2-2 tie.
THE They are national they were hitless until Jeimer Candelario led off in the fourth They are royal starter Brady Singer, who worked around three walks, striking out six as the They are national They were 0 for 8 in scoring position through the first five innings
Washington chased Singer in the sixth when Candelario singled and Corey Dickerson delivered his 1,000th career RBI double. Candelario and Dickerson each had a pair of hits.
THE They are national continued the march against They are royal reliever Josh Taylor (1-3) as Keibert Ruiz scored Dickerson to tie the game
Without retiring a batter, Taylor allowed two hits and loaded the bases before Abrams drilled a leaping 2-2 fastball off the right-field wall to make it 4-2. They are national‘ leads
Taylor retired just three of his last 10 batters and scored five.
THE They are royal He opened the scoring on a two-out wild pitch in the first inning, and Salvador Perez made it 2-0 in the third with a shot to left, his 12th home run and ninth of May.
They are national Starter Josiah Gray exited after throwing 91 pitches over four innings, including 34 in the fourth.
Kansas City left the bases loaded in the fourth and went hitless in seven at-bats with runners in scoring position against Gray. He allowed two runs on four hits and three walks, striking out four.
Mason Thompson (3-2), first of four They are national relievers, earned the win with two scoreless innings of relief and Kyle Finnegan earned his 11th save with a scoreless ninth. THE They are royal he managed just three singles in the last six innings
Washington has won 5 of 7.
Kansas City has dropped 11 of 14 and is 7-21 at home.
— Field Level Media