Games 2 and 3 with White Sox and Indians – Fox Den Sports Desk

Welcome to the Fox Den Sports Desk. Kendria is joining me for games 2 and 3.  I wanted to go back and take a closer look at some of the questions that Kendria posed yesterday.

This should be an interesting game, Cricket, Corey Kluber (Indians) against Jose Quintana (White Sox). What are your thoughts of the match up??. . . .  Corey against Jose Quintana is a good even match up. Q will have to hold his nerve and hope that the offense can lend a hand.

Did you hear Jose Abreu is one of only 7 with 100 RBI’s in their first 3 seasons? Do you think Cannon (Abreu) can do it again? . . . . Yes Canon should have no issues hitting that 100 RBI mark again, once he gets his bat really going.

Avisail Garcia is one of the top hitters so far this season. Right now he is batting a .400. Cricket, any thoughts?…….Avi was still finding his feet last year after his shoulder surgery. I have been blown away but the work he did in the offseason. He has lost weight but put on muscle and that should help with the power of belting home runs.

Kendria, I wanted to ask you about your team’s injury list, Cody Anderson is out for the year with just having Tommy John surgery. How will that affect the rest of the staff gong forward? Charlie Tilson is our only long-term injury listing right now. He had a stress fracture back in Spring training and is slowly working on building his playing activities.

The Indians took game 2 with a 7 to 0 shutout.

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Game 3 had Derek Holland facing off against Danny Salazar. whats your thoughts on todays match up Kendria?

The Sox wearing their throwback 80’s uniforms, and Cleveland in their gray away pants with navy jerseys.

The Sox open the bottom of the 1st, Timmy Anderson with a double to center for the first hit of the game. Tyler Saladino with a shallow single moving Tim to 3rd. Melky with a sac fly gets Timmy home for a 1 to 0 Sox lead. Jose Abreu with a single to right, Saladino scored and Abreu pulls into 3rd thanks to the error by Almonte. (Kendria, what happened there, a rare mistake by Cleveland) Sox 2 and Indians 0, Todd Frazier walked, Leury Garcia singled to bring home Abreu for a 3 to 0 Sox lead.

Top of the 4th and Lindo oped the Indians scoring with a solo home run to left. Sox 3 and Indians 1

Bottom of the 5th, Sox half of the inning, Abreu reached 1st after being hit by a pitch, Frazier struck out, Avi with a double gets Abreu home for a 4 to 1 Sox lead, Avi reaches 3rd on a throwing error. That is 2 errors for the game by Cleveland, any issues you can spot, Kendria?

The Sox add another run in the bottom of the 6th on the 3rd throwing error by Cleveland when Melky singles to left, getting Narvaez home (catcher dropped the ball) , Melky is able to pull into 2nd. Sox 5 and Indians 1

Bottom of the 8th see the Sox add their final run of the game, with May and Anderson already on the pond, Abreu is safe after a throwing error, May scored and Anderson stopping at 3rd, White Sox 6 and Indians 1

Top of the 9th and the Sox send closer David Robertson to the office, Chisenhall already on base, Kipnis walked, Robertson with a wild pitch and Chisenhall speeds home for a 6 to 2 Sox lead.  Robbie gets Santana swinging to lock up the office.

White Sox 6 and Indians 2

**The White Sox will host the Kansas City Royals for 3 games before a day off.

**The Indians have a day off before hosting the Houston Astros

Thanks again to Kendria for joining me for this series and we will do it again when the 2 teams meet again this season.

 

 

 

 

2 Comments

No answers as of yet but I will get back to you. 3-4 errors is increible.

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