Brad Keller threw six scoreless innings, Adalberto Mondesi had three hits and an RBI as Kansas City held off Detroit 3-2.
Keller gave up four singles and struck out five in six innings. He upped his record to 5-3, closing out the season allowing one run in 33 innings pitched at home.
The Royals have won three in a row. The Tigers have lost eight of nine.
Mondesi was a homer away from hitting for the cycle. In his last three games, he had nine hits, six runs scored and four RBI’s.
Spencer Turnbull (4-4) went five innings for the Tigers, allowing three runs, six hits and striking out five.
Scott Barlow and Jakob Junis went a combined 1 2/3 scoreless innings, and Jesse Hahn closed the door in the ninth for his second save of the season.