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AMERICAN LEAGUE ROUNDUP Harvey's homer helps Royals to 17th victory



Published: Wed, April 30, 2003 @ 12:00 a.m.


His three-run shot in the ninth beat Toronto, 9-6.
ASSOCIATED PRESS
TORONTO -- Ken Harvey hit a tiebreaking, three-run homer in the ninth inning as the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 9-6 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday.
Harvey drove in a career-high four runs for the Royals, who have won five of six. Kansas City improved to 17-4.
A crowd of 17,197, the largest since opening day, turned out three days after the World Health Organization warned against travel to Toronto because of the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome.
Shortstop Chris Woodward and other Blue Jays signed autographs before the game despite the SARS scare.
Mike Sweeney singled off Jeff Tam (0-2) and Raul Ibanez singled off Jason Kershner before Harvey hit a shot to center for his third home run of the season. Harvey went 3-for-5.
Jason Grimsley (1-1) pitched two innings for the win. Rookie Mike MacDougal pitched the ninth for his major league-leading 10th save.
Trailing 4-2, the Royals scored four runs in the seventh off Toronto's struggling bullpen. Desi Relaford tied it with a two-run triple off Trevor Miller and Sweeney and Harvey hit RBI singles off Tam.
Toronto's Tom Wilson tied it at 6 in the eighth with a two-run double off Grimsley.
Kansas City starter Miguel Asencio settled down after allowing four runs in the first. The 22-year-old right-hander gave up four runs on seven hits in six innings.
After Relaford doubled in the first, Carlos Beltran hit an RBI grounder.
Carlos Delgado hit a two-run double and Josh Phelps followed with a two-run homer, giving Toronto a 4-1 lead in the bottom half.
Beltran's RBI single in the third cut it to 4-2.
KANSAS CITYTORONTO
abrhbiabrhbi
Tucker rf5130ShStwrt lf5000
Rlaford 3b4222Ctlnotto rf5120
Beltran cf5012Wells cf4100
MiSwy dh4221CDlgdo 1b4122
Ibanez lf5120JPhlps dh4222
Harvey 1b5134Hinske 3b3110
Mayne c4000GMyrs c1000
Berroa ss4100TWilsn c3022
Febles 2b5110Wdwrd ss3000
Berg ss1000
OHudsn 2b4010
Totals419149Totals376106
Kansas City101000403--9
Toronto400000020--6
E--Relaford (1), Berroa (6). DP--Kansas City 2. LOB--Kansas City 9, Toronto 6. 2B--Tucker (4), Relaford (3), Catalanotto 2 (6), CDelgado (5), TWilson (6). 3B--Relaford (1). HR--Harvey (3), JPhelps (4). SB--Febles (2).
IPHRERBBSO
Kansas City
Asencio674413
Grimsley W,1-1232202
MacDougal S,10100000
Toronto
Lidle5 2-352226
Creek1-300001
Lopez1-301100
TreMiller022200
Tam L,0-21 2-352212
Kershner122200
TreMiller pitched to 2 batters in the 7th, Tam pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. HBP--by Lopez (Berroa), by Asencio (Wells). WP--Lidle. Umpires--Home, Bruce Dreckman; First, Brian Gorman; Second, Ed Montague; Third, Brian Runge.
T--3:16. A--17,197.
Devil Rays 10, Orioles 7
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Aubrey Huff homered, doubled and had four hits as Tampa Bay overcame a five-run deficit.
Rocco Baldelli, Rey Ordonez and Marlon Anderson all had two RBIs for the Devil Rays, who have come back to win after trailing by at least three runs six times this season -- all at home.
BALTIMORETAMPA BAY
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Hrst Jr 2b5121MAndn 2b5022
Mora cf3222Crwfrd lf5230
Surhoff dh2111Baldelli cf3122
JLeon dh1000Huff 1b5141
Conine 1b5011AMrtin dh3120
Gbbons rf5010Shmprt dh1001
TBtsta 3b5111Hall c4010
Bigbie lf4220Lmbrd rf4111
DCruz ss4010Truby 3b3210
Frdyce c3011ROrdnz ss4222
Totals377127Totals3710189
Baltimore230002000--7
Tampa Bay04031101x--10
E--Helling (1). DP--Baltimore 1, Tampa Bay 1. LOB--Baltimore 8, Tampa Bay 9. 2B--Hairston Jr. (5), Mora (4), Conine (6), Gibbons (3), Fordyce (2), MAnderson (2), Huff (9), Lombard (1), Truby (2), ROrdonez . HR--Mora (4), TBatista (5), Huff (3). SB--Hairston Jr. (8), Crawford (6), Baldelli (2). CS--Surhoff (1). SF--Fordyce, Baldelli, Shumpert.
IPHRERBBSO
Baltimore
Helling L,1-23 2-3117713
Hentgen1 1-331100
BRyan1 1-311112
Ligtenberg1 2-331100
Tampa Bay
Parris485502
Bierbrodt1 2-332231
Zambrano W,1-2210012
Venafro1-300001
LCarter S,5100000
HBP--by Ligtenberg (Hall), by Helling (Lombard).
Umpires--Home, Jim Joyce; First, Dale Scott; Second, Laz Diaz; Third, Jim Reynolds. T--3:05. A--13,408.


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