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ST. LOUIS -- Danny Duffy became the latest pitcher to shut down the St. Louis Cardinals. Duffy worked six innings of one-hit ball coming off a pair of poor outings and Alex Gordon homered to start a breakout three-run seventh for the Kansas City Royals in a 6-0 victory over the suddenly punchless defending NL champs on Monday night. "I told him, You didnt throw a great game, you pitched a great game," manager Ned Yost said. "He was just right on top of his game." The Royals had just two singles off Shelby Miller (6-5) in a game that had been scoreless before they opened the seventh with four straight hits. Gordons fifth homer ended a 15-inning scoreless drought and Mike Moustakas capped the rally with a two-run double. "I felt good early on," Miller said. "I felt like I just kind of gave the game away in the seventh. Its just frustrating." Matt Holliday had two singles and a walk for the Cardinals, who have been shut out in consecutive games at home and have single-digit hit totals the last four games. Theyre just 2-6 with one game to go on a nine-game home stand. "Its a long season. Youre going to have those times," said Yadier Molina, who is 2 for 21 during the home stand. "We know were good hitters." Between Hollidays single with two outs in the first and his single leading off the seventh, the Cardinals were 0 for 17 with a walk -- also by Holliday in the fourth. Coming off an 8-0 loss to San Francisco on Sunday, the Cardinals were shut out two straight times at home for the first time since 1992 against Pittsburgh, and by six or more runs at home in two straight games since dropping a doubleheader to the Reds in 1937. "Weve had lots of meetings, weve had the conversations we needed to have," manager Mike Matheny said. "What were doing right now isnt going to work and they know that. We all do." Duffy (3-5) struck out five and walked one, rebounding from consecutive losses in which he surrendered 10 earned runs in 10 innings. He has a one-hit start over six or more innings each of the last three seasons. "Physically, I felt really good," Duffy said. "I still didnt have as much behind the ball as I normally do, but I felt fine just like last time." Rare backing from the offence made everything feel a lot better. The Royals totalled three runs while Duffy was in the game his first five starts over 27 innings. "Sometimes its just the luck of the draw," Duffy said. "The guys swing the sticks really well." Three relievers completed a three-hitter. The Royals advanced one runner to second base before Gordon led off the seventh with his fifth homer, a drive over the Cardinals bullpen in right field. "It was awesome," Moustakas said. "It got a good pitch to hit and he crushed it and it kind of loosened us up in the dugout." Lorenzo Cain beat out an infield hit unsuccessfully challenged by the Cardinals and Miller threw his second wild pitch of the inning after a visit from pitching coach Derek Lilliquist, setting up Moustakas double. Kansas City added three in the eighth. Cardinals rookie centre fielder Randal Grichuk struck out three times and whiffed fielding the ball on the RBI single by Salvador Perez, allowing a second run to score. NOTES: Holliday has reached safely in all 29 home games. .. The Cardinals anticipate pitcher Lance Lynn, who underwent medical tests after tweaking his right knee Sunday, will make his next start. ... Cardinals pitching prospect Marco Gonzales, a first-round pick last year, and teammates from Double-A Springfield attended the game on a day off. ... The Royals claimed RHP Blake Wood on waivers from Cleveland and assigned him to Triple-A Omaha, making room on the 40-man roster by transferring RHP Luke Hochevar (elbow surgery) from the 15-day DL to the 60-day DL. Kansas City also purchased the contract of RHP Wilking Rodriguez, optioned RHP Louis Coleman to Omaha and designed LHP Justin Marks for assignment. ... The Royals are 5-1 in interleague play. Shabazz Napier Jersey . And by all indications, the team is expected to select phenom Connor McDavid with their selection. The Buffalo Sabres, who were knocked down to the second overall pick after finishing with the worst regular season record, are expected to take the other generational player in Jack Eichel. C.J. McCollum Jersey . -- Kole Calhoun homered and drove in three runs, Albert Pujols also went deep and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Chicago White Sox 8-4 Friday night. http://www.blazersprostore.com/Cheap-Ed-Davis-Blazers-Jersey/ . Minutes before the final whistle of Sporting Kansas Citys 3-0 victory over a shorthanded Montreal Impact squad on Saturday afternoon, Saputo tweeted: "Our fans deserve better. Zach Collins Jersey . Jovanovski, the 2012 champ seeded fifth, will meet surprise Japanese qualifier Misa Eguchi on Friday. Eguchi, ranked 183rd, qualified for her first WTA main draw this week, then beat No. Caleb Swanigan Jersey . -- Jimmie Johnson has a sixth NASCAR championship in hand and two legends within reach.VANCOUVER -- Mike Santorelli continued his rise from the NHLs scrap heap with a flourish Sunday night. Santorelli, who was signed as free agent by Vancouver in the off-season after being cast adrift by three other NHL clubs, scored two goals and added an assist as the Canucks beat the Colorado Avalanche 3-1. "It feels nice to, for sure, a lot of us have been sniffing around (the net) and our line played great tonight," said Santorelli. The 27-year-old Vancouver native was drafted by the Nashville Predators in the sixth round (178th overall) in 2004, but spent much of his four seasons with them in the minors and failed to stick with Florida and Winnipeg while also playing briefly in Sweden during the NHL lockout last season. But Santorelli, who joined Vancouver on a two-way contract, now has eight goals on the season, easily surpassing the two he produced with Florida last season while splitting the campaign with the Panthers and Jets. And, he is just one shy of the nine goals that he had in 60 games with Florida in 2011-12. "He was our best player by far tonight in all areas," said Canucks coach John Tortorella. The Canucks (17-10-5) posted their fifth win in sixth games and moved within a point of the upstart Avs (20-8-0) in the tight Western Conference standings. "I honestly felt we played a better game than them and, unfortunately, we have nothing to show for the result," said Colorado coach Patrick Roy. "But, I mean, Luongo was good. Both goalies were good, actually." Ryan Kesler also scored for the Canucks, who were outshot 29-21 by the Avalanche. Jamie McGinn replied for Colorado with only 7.1 seconds left in the game. As a result, Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo was denied the 65th shutout of his career and a chance to move within one of tying Roy, who ranks 14th all-time in NHL history. "If you ask me about the goal I am going to snap," Luongo said with a laugh. "Its all right, that stuff happens. Well take the two points and move on." The Canucks goaltender improved his record on the season to 14-8-5. Colorado goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere, 36, lost for the first time in eight decisions this season. The Avs suffered only their third loss in the past nine games. Gigueres 7-0-0 start to the season was a career best as well as a Colorado franchise goaltending record. "I didnt think we played terribly bad," said Giguere. "But I dont think it was our best effort, either. I dont think it was, overall, a great effort by either team. It was kind of a grind-it-out type of game, and they got the two goals in the third. We just couldnt recover from that." The Canucks, criticized by Tortorella following Fridays overtime win over Phoenix for an ongoingg inability to finish out wins, broke open a tight game with two goals in the third period.dddddddddddd Kesler put the Canucks ahead 2-0 at 1:32 of the second period as he tucked in Santorellis rebound while standing alone beside the net. The goal was Keslers fifth goal in his past four games and 15th in 32 total games this season, putting him just seven shy of the 22 he mustered in 77 contests in 2011-12. He has already surpassed the measly four he scored in an injury-plagued and lockout-shortened 2013 campaign. About five minutes later, Santorelli beat Giguere with a high shot while using linemate Chris Higgins as a decoy on a 2-on-1. Vancouvers third-period onslaught came after Colorados Holden beat Luongo with a high slapper, but hit the crossbar with just over three minutes left in the second. The Canucks second line of Santorelli, Kesler and Higgins, who had two assists, accounted for all of Vancouvers goals. "They are two unbelievable players to play with and its nice playing with two guys like that," said Santorelli. "You learn a lot from them. We are communicating with each other on the bench and letting each other know where we are and things like that, and its been fun." Vancouver was blanked on three power plays, marking the first time in eight games that they have not scored with the man-advantage. Colorado had one power play. Giguere was not perturbed by the end of his unbeaten string. "These are just stats for you (media) guys to talk about," said Giguere. "It was nice, but I try to go in there and compete every day and, unfortunately, losing is part of the game, too. Im just gonna regroup and get ready for the next chance that I get to play." McGinn spoiled Luongos shutout after Roy pulled Giguere in favour of an extra attacker for most of the last five minutes. "We pulled the goalie with five minutes left in the game for us as coaches to show our players that we (dont) quit," said Roy. Luongo joked that Roy pulled his goalie early to prevent him from getting close to the Hall of Famers shutout total. "Theres no danger there," said Roy. "Hell pass me there, for sure." Luongo wont have to wait long for another chance to tie Roy. The Canucks host Carolina on Monday while Colorado heads home to meet Phoenix on Tuesday. Notes: The Canucks recalled defenceman Yannick Weber from Utica of the AHL earlier Sunday. He adds further depth following Alex Edlers undisclosed injury and coach John Tortorellas comment that Andrew Alberts play "scares" him. Edler sat out his second consecutive game. 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