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CHICAGO - Jose Abreu hit a two-run homer, and the Chicago White Sox kept Kansas City out of first place in the AL Central with a 5-4 victory over the Royals on Saturday night.The Detroit Tigers, who lost 12-3 at Minnesota on Saturday, stayed one game ahead of the Royals entering the final day of the regular season. Kansas City clinched at least a wild card spot on Friday.Danny Duffy (9-12) lasted only two innings for the Royals. He allowed four runs, five hits and one walk. The White Sox jumped on him, scoring three runs in the first inning. Abreu capped the rally with his 36th home run.Abreu broke a 31-year-old franchise record for the most homers in a season by a rookie, previously held by Ron Kittle. They are the most by a rookie since St. Louis Albert Pujols hit 37 in 2001.White Sox catcher Josh Phegley homered in the second and seventh innings for the first career multihomer game.John Danks (11-11) pitched seven solid innings to earn his first home win since June 17. He allowed two runs, five hits and two walks, and struck out three.The Royals mounted a rally in the eighth inning against Chicagos bullpen. After the first two batters reached, Lorenzo Cain singled home Alcides Escobar to cut the deficit to 5-3. But Eric Hosmer hit into a double play, and Billy Butler grounded out to end the threat.Kansas City threatened again in the ninth. Mike Moustakas singled in Alex Gordon with two outs, but the Royals fell one run short.Javy Guerra escaped the jam for his first save of the season.Salvador Perez hit a solo shot in the seventh inning for his 17th homer.Paul Konerko, who will retire at seasons end, was honoured by the White Sox during a pregame on-field ceremony. The White Sox unveiled a statue of Konerko, gave him several gifts, and displayed a series of video tributes from ex-teammates and players around the big leagues, including one from retiring New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.Konerko went 0-for-3 and exited in the seventh inning to a standing ovation. He then returned to the field for a curtain call.TRAINERS ROOM:White Sox: RHP Jake Petricka left in the ninth inning due to a stiff lower back. He was attempting to earn his 15th save of the season.Royals: INF Christian Colon, who is recovering from a broken middle finger on his right hand, hasnt been activated. He was eligible to return from the disabled list on Sept. 22.UP NEXT:Royals RHP Yordano Ventura (14-10, 3.07) will face White Sox RHP Chris Bassitt (1-1, 3.65) in the final game of the 2014 regular season. Fake Nike Air Max China . 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Eetu Laurikainen made 24 saves for Swift Current, and Cole Cheveldave, who got an assist on Morrisseys goal, stopped 35 shots for the Raiders. --- PATS 5 HURRICANES 2 LETHBRIDGE, Alta. -- Morgan Klimchuks hat trick led Regina past the Hurricanes. Klimchuks hat trick, which included a short-handed goal and another on the power play, gave the Pats (10-9-0) a 4-0 lead. Jesse Zgraggen and Connor Gay also scored for the Pats. Reid Duke and Axel Blomqvist replied for WHL-worst Lethbridge (2-14-3). Regina goaltender Dawson MacAuley finished with 30 saves, while Hurricanes goalie Corbin Boes stopped 41 shots. --- CHIEFS 5 TIGERS 4 (OT) MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Mitch Holmbergs goal in overtime lifted Spokane past the Tigers. Holmberg scored 1:58 into OT for the Chiefs (13-6-0), while Mike Aviani had two in regulation and Adam Helewka and Riley Whittingham added singles. Markus Eisenschmid, Miles Koules, Cole Sanford and Trevor Cox had goals for Western Conference-leading Medicine Hat (11-3-3). Spokane goaltender Eric Williams and his Tigers counterpart Marek Langhamer each made 31 saves. --- AMERICANS 3 WINTERHAWKS 2 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Tri-City rallied from a 2-0 deficit to bbeat the WHL-leading Winterhawks.dddddddddddd Brian Williams, Connor Rankin and Parker Bowles had a goal apiece for the Americans (11-8-2). Taylor Leier and Chase De Leo gave Portland (14-4-1) its lead. Evan Sarthou stopped 24 shots for Tri-City, while Brendan Burke made 27 saves for Portland. --- SILVERTIPS 3 BLAZERS 1 EVERETT, Wash. -- The Silvertips scored three unanswered goals en route to a win over Kamloops. Manraj Hayer, Joshua Winquist and Ivan Nikolishin each scored for Everett (12-3-2). Aspen Sterzer scored the lone goal for the Blazers (6-11-2) with just over a minute left in the third period. Everetts Daniel Cotton needed to make just 17 saves for the win, while Taran Kozun stopped 35 shots for Kamloops. --- ROCKETS 6 REBELS 2 KELOWNA, B.C. -- The Rockets came out firing with four consecutive goals in the first period against Red Deer. Riley Stadel, Madison Bowey, Damon Severson, Zach Franko, Carter Rigby and Rourke Chartier scored for Kelowna (11-2-2). Dominik Volek and Brooks Maxwell had the goals for the Rebels (7-10-1). Rockets goaltender Jordon Cooke stopped only 16 shots, while Patrik Bartosak and Taz Burman combined for 38 saves in net for Red Deer. --- OIL KINGS 5 ROYALS 0 VICTORIA -- Edgars Kulda scored a short-handed goal as Edmonton cruised past the Royals Kuldas first-period goal came with teammate Cole Benson in the penalty box for a too many men on the ice call. Henrik Samuelsson, Benson, Ben Carroll and Brett Pollock also scored for the Oil Kings (10-7-1), while Tristan Jarry stopped 21 shots for the shutout. Patrik Polivka was pulled from Victorias (10-8-1) net after giving up three goals on 18 shots. He was replaced by Coleman Vollrath, who stopped 22-of-24 shots. ' ' '

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