Royals Score Big in Win Over Sox

CHICAGO (AP) _ Mark Teahen's three-run homer in the
fifth off Javier Vazquez broke a 1-all tie, and Kansas City matched
its season high for runs and hits in an 11-to-1 romp in Chicago.
The Royals pounded out 15 hits in snapping the White Sox's
four-game winning streak.
David DeJesus tied a career high with four hits and scored three
runs for the Royals, who get just their seventh victory in 32 games
at U-S Cellular Field since 2004.
Jorge De La Rosa pitched seven sharp innings to get his fourth
win in seven decisions this year.
Vazquez allowed four runs and seven hits in six innings and
falls to 2-and-2. He's winless in five starts since April 14th.
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