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The Tigers have dropped his past six starts and are 13-17 in his 30 starts this season. "I think he did a great job," Tigers catcher Brayan Pena said. "The pitch to Perez it was a pitch down. He struck out a lot of guys and he kept the ball down. It was just one pitch that hurt us." The Royals have won all five games Verlander has started against them this season. Verlander allowed four runs and eight hits in seven innings, while walking one and striking out seven. "You can say what you want, but Verlander is tough as nails," Royals manager Ned Yost said. "Hes as good as they come. And weve done very well against him. Theyve all been nip-and-tuck, one-run games for the most part, but weve come out on top and thats all that matters." 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Every time Danny has gotten big pitch counts or struggled with command, his stuff is so good, it keeps us in the game." Emilio Bonifacios bunt single in the third scored Alcides Escobar with the first Kansas City run. "Thats part of my game -- bunting," Bonifacio said. "I had that in mind soon as Escobar got to third." Escobars single in the fifth scored Jarrod Dyson, who walked and stole second. When Pena threw out Bonifacio stealing second in the first inning, it ended the Tigers streak at 24 without catching a runner attempting to steal. Bonifacio had been perfect in his first 13 stolen attempts in 23 games since joining the Royals. Notes: Royals 2B Chris Getz, who left in the third inning Tuesday with dizziness, has been cleared to play, passing tests to avoid the seven-day concussion DL. ... Royals C Salvador Perez, who was on the concussion list in early August and left the game Thursday woozy after being struck by a foul tip, opted not to change masks. 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