Winnipeg Goldeyes manager Rick Forney announced today the signing of right-handed pitcher Kyle Bellamy and left-handed pitcher Kyle Anderson to contracts for the 2014 season. Bellamy, 26, missed all of last season recovering from Tommy John surgery. He last pitched in 2012 in the Chicago White Sox organization, splitting time between Class A Advanced Winston-Salem of the Carolina League and Class AA Birmingham of the Southern League. He had no record, a 1.65 ERA and four saves in 18 appearances out of the bullpen with Winston-Salem. In 16 relief appearances with Birmingham, he went 1-2 with a 4.68 ERA. “Were going to give him the opportunity to pitch the ninth inning for us,” Forney said. “He had a lot of success with the White Sox organization. Unfortunately, hes had a couple seasons where hes missed significant time because of injury that has somewhat derailed his professional career. Were excited to have him. Hes a sidearm pitcher with a lot of deception in his delivery. We think he can be the perfect fit for us at the back of the bullpen.” Bellamy was selected by the White Sox in the fifth round of the 2009 MLB Amateur Draft and played three seasons in their system, including parts of two summers at Class AA. He missed the entire 2011 season due to a shoulder injury. He attended spring training with the White Sox earlier this month before being released. Anderson, 23, has played the last two seasons in the Toronto Blue Jays organization after being signed as a free agent following his college career at Cal Poly. In 15 starts with Class A Short Season Vancouver of the Northwest League last season, he went 5-3 with a 2.71 ERA. All five of his starts that went at least six innings were quality starts. “Hes a young left-hander that were going to insert into our starting rotation,” Forney said. “He competes well in the strike zone, has tremendous command, great mechanics and hes a really reliable guy. 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"I guess Im glad I didnt know they scored 17 runs last night," said Vargas, who gave up six hits and hit three batters with pitches, but didnt allow a run until Jason Kipnis drove in a pair with a two-out double in the eighth. "You just have to get ahead and execute," he said, "and let the defence do what they do." Eric Hosmer hit a two-run shot and also drove in a run during a four-run fourth inning. Alex Gordon went deep in the eighth and Mike Moustakas added a two-run shot later that inning as the Royals (32-32) moved back to .500 by matching their second-best run total of the season. "Its a good feeling," Moustakas said, "but its not where we want to be." Corey Kluber (6-4), who dominated the Royals earlier this season, allowed six runs -- three earned -- and six hits over five innings. He struck out five and walked two. He was nearly bailed out when Tim Collins gave up another run in the eighth inning and Aaron Crow yielded two more in the ninth. 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