Molina contributes in comeback of Cardinals on Royals

Molina contributes in comeback of Cardinals on Royals

Puerto Rican Yadier Molina broke the tie with a two-run single in the seventh inning, Tyson Ross won his debut with San Luis, and the Cardinals beat the Kansas City Royals 8-2 Sunday to match their best run of the season. season with his fifth win in a row. The Cardinals placed eight games above the .500 average, to tie their best level of the season, set June 11, and now have the best record in the National League since July 27, with 12-4. Manager Mike Matheny was fired on July 14 in an attempt to revive a team that until then had been disappointing. Molina's single with a full house in the seventh episode propelled the careers of Harrison Bader and Patrick Wisdom, who finished with two hits, two touchdowns and one produced in his major league debut. Ross (7-9), who had 22 starts with the Padres before reaching the Cardinals last week, conceded two runs, four hits and two walks in six innings.
   For the Cardinals, the Puerto Rican Molina 4-1 with two pushes. The Venezuelan Jose Martinez of 4-1 with one driven. The Dominican Marcell Ozuna 5-2 with two runs scored and one towed. The Cuban Adolis Garcia of 5-2 with career produced. For the Royals, Venezuelans Salvador Perez 4-2 with scored, and Alcides Escobar 3-0. The Dominicans Rosell Herrera of 4-1 with one promoted, and Jorge Bonifacio of 3-0. Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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