At 1:10, the Royals and White Sox will resume the suspended game from Friday. Following that conclusion, a new game will begin.
Chicago closer David Robertson will take the hill to begin the ninth inning to resume the suspended contest. The game is tied 2-2. For Kansas City, it'll be the 3-4-5 hitters due up: Lorenzo Cain, Eric Hosmer, and Kendrys Morales. When the White Sox come up in the bottom of the 9th, it'll be hitters 9-1-2: Emilio Bonifacio, Adam Eaton, and Melky Cabrera.
For the Royals, one would expect Kelvin Herrera to take the hill for the bottom of the ninth should the offense be unable to plate a run, and Wade Davis should they take the lead. Jason Frasor and Franklin Morales have already pitched in this contest, so they are unavailable. Chris Young was on the hill when the eighth inning concluded and the game was called, so he is technically eligible because he hasn't been replaced yet. Other than that, you have anyone else in the bullpen available, including a duo of recently called up pitchers in Brandon Finnegan and Aaron Brooks.
20-30 minutes following the conclusion of the suspended game, the regular Sunday scheduled game will take place. Edinson Volquez takes the hill for the Royals against John Danks in a rematch of April 8th's pitching matchup. In that start, Volquez was stellar, racking up eight innings of one-run ball in what was his Royals debut. Kansas City won the game, 4-1.
The Royals will lineup like this:
When Sunday Morning Comes Lineup: Escobar 6, Moustakas 5, Cain 8, Hosmer 3, Morales DH, Gordon 7, Perez 2, Orlando 9, Infante 4, Volquez 1.— Andy McCullough (@McCulloughStar) April 26, 2015
Three more random notes:
1. Ned Yost said that Kelvin Herrera was suspended again because he "threw punches or something" in Friday's brawl. He, like the other four Royals involved in the tussle, is appealing his suspension.
2. Greg Holland will begin a throwing program today by playing catch. He is eligible to come off of the DL as early as one week from today, May 3.
3. Kansas City is 16-3 in its last 19 games at U.S. Cellular Field. I knew it had been good. I did not know it had been that good. That's sensational.