A Double Header with the Phillies
Game one was cancelled Friday night due to rain and moved to Saturday, turning a double play of sorts.
*White Sox – 5, Phillies – 4
*2 – 0 (Phillies Lead)
D Brown grounded out to shortstop, J Rollins scored, M Young to third. D Young singled to deep left, M Young scored, D Young out stretching at second.
*2 – 2
A De Aza doubled to right, J Phegley and G Beckham scored.
*3 – 2 (Sox Lead)
C Gillaspie hit sacrifice fly to center, A Dunn scored, D Viciedo to third.
*3 – 3
D Ruf homered to center
*5 – 4 (Sox Lead)
Sox – A Ramirez doubled to right center, A De Aza scored, A Rios safe at first on error by shortstop J Rollins, A Ramirez scored.
Phillies – H Quintero singled to center, D Ruf scored.
Sox – 1, Phillies – 2
Pitching Staff – Hector Santiago, Matt Lindstrom, Donnie Veal, Ramon Troncoso, Dave Purcey, Simon Castro
Play Staff – Ramirez, Beckham, Phegley, Keppinger, Viciedo, Wells, Morel, Gillaspie, Flowers, Tekotte, De Aza, Rios, Dunn
*1 – 0 (Sox Lead)
G Beckham hit sacrifice fly to left, B Tekotte scored.
1 – 1
J Mayberry Jr. homered to left
2 – 1 (Phillies Lead)
M Young singled to right, J Rollins scored.
*WHITE SOX SECOND BASEMAN GORDON BECKHAM LEFT THE GAME BEFORE THE BOTTOM OF THE THIRTEENTH INNING WITH A LEFT QUADRICEPS CONTUSION.
It was an extremely long night. I am so proud of the boys for fighting hard and coming away with a at least one win. The final game before the All-Star break will see Jose Quintana on the mound.
Get some sleep and see you on the field.