"It's been fine for three days now," Lough said. "I've been out there doing some running. Obviously, it's wet so you have to be careful tonight. But tonight's the true test."
Rain fell most of the day at Target Field, eliminating batting practice, but stopped as game time approached.
Lorenzo Cain again was in center field, one night after being struck in the helmet by a pitch during the Royals' 9-1 win in the series opener. He finished the game in which he had a triple, a double and a single.