Nomar Mazara and Shin-soo Choo have led the way for the Rangers' batters this year.
Duffy's pitch in the dirt bounced off Perez and then hit Choo in the face, sending the left-handed hitter staggering out of the box.
"I saw the ball like right in front of me", Perez said, according to The Associated Press. Skoglund certainly isn't a great starter, but I think he can match, or better what Minor will do on the mound.
Choo remained in the game and drew a walk in the plate appearance.
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The Royals have hit five home runs in their last 10 games, including three over their last five. Salvador Perez matched his season high by driving in four runs in Thursday's win and is enjoying a solid month with seven homers and 23 RBIs.
The Texas hitters are putting up 4.2 runs per outing, including 5.5 per game over its last 10 games and 5.0 per game over their last five. The five-time all-star didn't make his season debut until April 24 after tearing the medial collateral ligament in his left knee in late March while carrying a suitcase up the stairs at his home. Torres, who was recalled from Triple-A Omaha last Saturday, followed Ryan Goins' single to center that rolled past DeShields' glove. The Royals have scored 18 runs in their last three games and five or more runs in five of their last nine games. Whit Merrifield added two more runs to the scoreboard with an RBI double in the top of the eighth inning.
Left-hander Brandon Mann was optioned to Round Rock to open up the roster spot.
Royals: Gordon was injured making a diving catch during Wednesday's win at St. Louis. It is also 3-1-2 in the Rangers' last six against the American League Central and 4-1-1 in their last six against opponents with winning percentages under.400. The right-hander gave up six runs (four earned) on eight hits in 6 1/3 innings.