Rondell White made his presence known on Wednesday. The newly acquired Royal went 2-3 with four RBI’s in his debut as Kansas City topped Texas 9-0. White’s two-run single in the bottom of the first inning capped a four-run rally. In the second, the Royals went bat-crazy again with another four-run rally. And again Rondell White drove in the last run, but he was also trying to score the last run. White tried turning a triple into an inside-the-par home run but was gunned down. None-the-less, the Royals had an 8-0 lead after two. White drove in the final run with a sacrifice fly to score Carlos Beltran in the seventh inning. On the mound Darrell May pitched the best game of his career, earning a five-hit, complete-game shut out. May struck out three and walked one to improved to 8-6 on the season. Mike Sweeney had another solid game, going 2-4 with an RBI and two runs. Kansas City kept pace with the White Sox who beat the Yankees for the second straight night. The Royals trail by a game, while the Twins dropped to two and a half games back.