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The Sox welcome Cleveland for a 3 game series
****GAME ONE – John Danks in the office
**Top of 1st – thanks to an error by the catcher the Indians open the scoring 3 to 0
**Top of 2nd – Indians add 2 more for a 5 to 0 lead
**Bottom of 4th – Todd Frazier with his 2nd home run, 5 to 1 Indians lead.
**Top of 5th – Indians add another one for a 6 to 1 lead. another run in taking the lead to 7 to 1. (it’s snowing again)
**Top of 6th – Dan Jennings now in the office
**Bottom of 6th – Abreu hit by a pitch.
**With the mistakes of the White Sox early in the game, the Indians held on and took out the win 7 to 1
****GAME TWO – Chris Sale in the office. Black Jersey’s with white pinstripe pants
**Bottom of 3rd – Canon(Abreu) with a blast to open the scoring for the Sox 1 to 0, Frazier safe thanks to E-5,
**Bottom of 4th – Garcia with a single,Avi to second on a wild pitch, E-8 and Avi is home for a 2 to 0 Sox lead, overthrow by the pitcher and Shuck at second.
**Bottom of 5th – Cannon with a looper to center. Wild pitch moves Cannon to second.
**Top of 6th – Indians tie the game at 2 all
**Top of 7th – Indians take the lead 3 to 2.
**Bottom of 7th – Jackson on with a single, Rollins with a double moving Jackson to 3rd. Cannon gifted 1st thanks the the Intentional walk, pond is loaded. Jackson scores to tie the game, RBI single to right for Melky brings Rollins home for a 4 to 3 Sox lead, Avi with a 3 run shot to take command of the game 7 to 3.
**Matt Albers and Zach Duke combined to close out the game. Series tied at one game each.
Today’s game has been cancelled due to rain. May 23 will be a straight double-header.
Revised pitching will see Jose Quintana on Monday, Carlos Rodon on Wednesday and Matt Latos on Thursday.
Congratulations to Adam and Katie Eaton on the birth of their first child
Tomorrow opens a 3 game series in Minnesota
The final game in the series saw the Shark Cage open as Jeff Samardzjia took to the mound. He had help today from Dan Jennings, Zach Duke and Jake Petricka to shut out the Indians by a score of 6 – 0.
Weather today was cold but clear
Uniforms today were the white pin stripe pants with the black jerseys. Long sleeve t-shirts and anything else to keep warm.
*Bottom of the 1st – Abreu homers to right to open the scoring 1 – 0
*Bottom of the 3rd – Eaton opens the inning with a double, Cabrera line drives to left moving Eaton to 3rd. Abreu grounds into a double play but brings Eaton is able to score for a Sox 2 – 0 lead.
*Bottom of the 6th – LaRoche opens with a single to right, Garcia hits into a force at second, Gillaspie doubles to right with Garcia being held up at 3rd.(Gillaspie is replaces by Gordon Beckham) With Ramirez at the plate a wild pitch brings Garcia home and moved Beckham to 3rd. The Sox extend their lead to 3 – 0.
*Bottom of the 7th – Johnson opens the inning with a single to left, With Eaton at the plate, a wild pitch will move Johnson to 2nd. Eaton’s single to left gets Johnson to 3rd, Cabrera’s single to left gets Johnson home and Eaton to second. Abreu’s double to left sees Eaton and Cabrera cross the plate for a 6 – 0 lead at the close of the inning.
Thanks to great pitching from the bull pen and the offensive hold its nerve the Sox were able to give Samardzija his first shut out victory.
The Indians have packed up to head out, to make room for the Kansas City Royals for a 4 game series, Chris Sale and the “K Zone” will open the series on Thursday with, Jose “The Q” Quintana set for game two in the office. Saturday has John Danks in the office with, Game 4 still to be decided.
Pitchers – Matt Albers, John Danks, Kyle Drabek, Zach Duke, Javy Guerra, Dan Jennings, Hector Noesi, Zach Putnam, Jose Quintana, David Robertson, Jeff Samardzija
Catchers – Tyler Flowers, Geovany Soto
Infield – Jose Abreu, Gordon Beckham, Emilio Bonifacio, Conor Gillaspie, Micah Johnson, Adam LaRoche, Alexei Ramirez, Carlos Sanchez
Outfield – Melky Cabrera, Adam Eaton, Avisail Garcia, J.B Shuck
*We currently have 4 on the Disabled List
Nate Jones – Long tossing as of March 15. Places on 60 Day D.L on the 27th of March.
*On the 15 day list, all retroactive to March 20
Jake Petricka – Right Forearm Soreness.
Chris Sale – Right Foot Fracture
Eric Surkamp – Upper Back Strain
The White Sox gave Chris Sale the keys for Sundays game against the Twins, and with a 2 – 0 lead in the series the Sox where hoping for great things from the ace and they were not in any way shape or form disappointed. Going 8 full innings with 12 strike outs and dropping his ERA to 1.88. It would be up to the offence to complete the day. I was over the moon to see that they have come through with great support for Sale, who would pass off to Daniel Webb to lock up the office.
Robin Ventura would send in for battle – Adam”Spanky” Eaton, Alexei “Missile” Ramirez, Jose “Cannon” Abreu, Dayan”Tank” Viciedo, Paul”Captain” Konerko, Conor Gillaspie, Tyler “T-Flow” Flowers, Alejandro De Aza, Gordon”Bacon” Beckham. (My sorority sisters and I love our boys nicknames)
*Game Three, Sox – 7 and Twins – 0
Chris Sale against Logan Darnell
Gillaspie opened the scoring in the bottom of the second inning when, Gillaspie doubled to right, Flowers hit a single which got Gillaspie home but would up on second due to a throwing error by Santana of the Twins.
The Sox 1 – 0 lead changed to 2 – 0 when in the third inning, Eaton and Ramirez both reaching on singles to center and left respectively, Abreu’s sac fly scored Eaton and moved Ramirez to second, Viciedo lined out leaving Ramirez at second,
Sale kept the Twins bats quiet through four innings when at the top of the fifth, Ramirez with Beckham on the pond thanks to his double, unleashed a home run to left taking the score to 4 – 0 in the Sox favor.
The Sox would do the rest of the damage in the top of the sixth inning when, Konerko and Gillaspie would both reach the pond on singles, Flowers double would bring home Konerko and hold Gillaspie at third, A De Aza single to right would being home Gillaspie and keep Flowers at third, Beckham’s sacrifice fly to center would bring Flowers home for run number 7.
Sale would keep the Twins score less for the rest of the day, with the final score Sox – 7 and the Twins – 0. Another brilliant outing by Sale only all the Twins 5 hits for the day.
*Game Four, Twins – 4 and the Sox – 3
Scott Carroll against Yohan Pino
A four game sweep is what the Sox were hoping for today but it was not meant to be. Ronald Belisario who was on in relief and was rattled by issues with the umpire was not able to hold the Twins who were able to sneak in and steal the win.
Things were all quiet until the Twins half of the third when, Escobar started things with a double to right, who came home on a triple by Santana, giving the Twins a 1 – 0 lead.
It took til the top of the sixth inning for the Sox to get on the board, Beckham opened the inning with a double to left, Nieto sacrificed to the pitcher to get Beckham to third. With Eaton on first thanks to an infield single, Ramirez sacrifice fly brought Beckham home for a 1 all game, Abreu’s double to deep left saw the fast-moving Eaton home for a Sox 2 – 1 lead.
The bottom of the seventh would see the Twins take the lead, Parmelee singled to left, moving Willingham to second, who had reached on a walk. On a Belisario wild pitch saw both runners advance, Fryer walked to load the bases and Guerra took over the mound office. Santana’s sacrifice fly to center, got Willingham home for a 2 all ball game,Parmelee to third, Fryer to second. Fuld single to center, brought Parmelee and Fryer home for a Twins 4 – 2 lead. Fuld was thrown out at second trying to stretch the play.
The top of the eighth inning would see the Sox take a run at trying to putt out a win when Adrian Nieto would unload his first major league home run to left field to cut the Twins lead to 4 – 3. The Twins pitching and defense would shutdown the Sox taking away the sweep that they were looking for.
Monday is a day off before the Sox pack up and head up to Detroit for a three game series, with Jose Quintana, Hector Noesi and John Danks listed as the pitching staff
The recent update of the Disabled list has some good news for Avisail Garcia who is listed to start a rehab assignment soon, Nate Jones continues recovery from back surgery and is throwing on flat ground. Matt Lindstrom is due to throw a simulated game any time soon, Zach Putnam in recovering from right shoulder inflammation, he is currently on the 15 day disabled listed. Felipe Paulino is still on the disabled list with Right rotator cuff inflammation. He was moved to the 60 list on July 20th and there has been no new update.
It was back to work for the White Sox after the All-Star break and they welcomed the Houston Astros for a three game series. It was a three game series to kick off the second half of the season. Sitting 10 games behind Detroit it is going to be a real battle, if they can get the bull pen duties sorted its possible that they can be in it come the end of the season.
*Game One – Chicago – 3 and the Astros – 2
Jose Quintana against Scott Feldman
Houston would get on the board in the top of the second when, on an error by Dayan Viciedo, Matt Dominguez scored from a Jon Singleton, single to deep right. Robbie Grossman grounded to the short stop getting Singleton home for a 2 -0 Astros lead.
Chicago tied up the game at 2 a piece when Viciedo hit his 12th Home run of the season with Jose Abreu aboard in the bottom of the sixth inning. The Sox took the lead in the bottom of the seventh when Tyler Flowers double to center helped Alejandro De Aza make it home for a 3 – 2 Sox lead, which would turn out to be the game winning run.
*Game Two – Chicago – 4 and the Astros – 3
Hector Noesi against Dallas Kuechel
With two outs on the board in the bottom of the second, De Aza started things with a single to left, Flowers added a single to left moving De Aza to second, Adam Eaton reached on an infield single to third and De Aza crossed home plate. Sox took a 1 – 0 lead at the close of the inning.
Bottom of the third saw the Sox take a 3 – 0 lead when Viciedo moved to second on a Paul Konerko walk. Conor Gillaspie tapped a single to center holding Konerko at second and Viciedo made hit home. De Aza walked to load the bases, with Flowers being hit by pitcher Keuchel that brought Konerko home for another tick on the score board.
George Springer got the first Astros run on the board with a solo shot to right cutting the Sox lead to just 2 runs in the top of the fourth. Top of the fifth Houston would tie things up when, with bases loaded Jose Altuve would drive a ball to deep left getting both Enrique Hernandez and Marein Gonzalez across the plate.
The final run of the day would be scored by Chicago in the bottom of the fifth inning when, De Aza on third with a triple, crossed home thanks to a Flowers double to left center. It would be a pitchers duel for the rest of the game with Guerra, Belisario, Petricka and closer Putnam for the Sox in the mound office with, Bass, Sipp and their Closer Qualls in the Astros office.
*Game Three – Chicago 7 and the Astros 11
John Danks against Jarred Cosart
The Sox with a two game lead in the series, had the brooms ready for the sweep but it was not meant to be as Danks had a disappointing outing. With it already an Astros 1 – 0 lead, they extended their lead in the top of the third with a Altuve home run with Gonzalez already on the pond for a 3 – 0 lead over the Sox, that lead was extended by one when Dominguez singled to center,scoring Chris Carter. Astros lead the Sox 4 – 0
Chicago finally got on board in the home half of the third when, Eaton when to third on a Jose Abreu single. Adam Dunn grounded out to first but Eaton made it home to cut the Astros lead to 4 – 1. The home half of the fourth saw the lead cut to 4 – 3 still in the Astros favor when, Gillaspie was safe on an infield single, De Aza walked, Gordon Beckham grounding out moved the runners to second and third. Catcher Nieto would be safe on first, with Gillaspie and De Aza getting home.
Danks would only make it to the middle of the fifth inning before the new kid in the bullpen Taylor Thompson would get the ball. Webb, Surkamp and Guerra who would get the closures nod for tonight. The Astros would need help from Downs, Veras, Sipp, Fields and Closer Qualls to get the win on the mound for Houston.
The rest of the run damage would come in innings five, six and seven, with the Astros adding three in the fifth with a Matt Dominguez home run, with Hernandez on board, Grossman’s single to center would bring two more home taking the Astros lead to 7 to 3 at that point. Chicago would get one back when Viciedo scored on a De Aza fielders choice. The bottom of the sixth would see the Sox tie things up at 7 each when, Nieto already on base would reach home on a Alexei Ramirez double. Abreu’s single would see him safe at second on an error and Ramirez making it a 7 – 6 Astros lead. Viciedo would be safe at second on the second Houston error of the inning and Abreu crossing home for a tie score at 7 a piece.
The final four runs of the day would be added by the Astros in the Seventh inning Carter doubled, Dominguez doubled bringing Carter home. Another double by Lj Hoes would bring Dominguez home, the final two Astros runs would be scored when Gonzalez singled to center, getting Grossman and Hoes home for Astros runs 10 and 11.
With a 47 and 52 record has the Sox trailing the Tigers by 9 games. Kansas City who are sitting just 7 games back of the Tigers are on their way to the Cell for a three game series before heading on the road to the Twins. Chris Sale, Scott Carroll and Jose Quintana are the listed pitching staff for the Royals series.
The White Sox welcomed the San Francisco Giants for a two game series on Tuesday and Wednesday this past week.
Game one saw John Danks take the mound for the Sox, facing Matt Cain for the Giants. Also joining John on the pitching staff for this game was Javy Guerra, Zach Putnam, Daniel Webb. Joining Matt for the Giants was Yusmeiro Petit.
The Giants would open the scoring in the top of the first with Hunter Pence hitting a home run to left center for a 1 -0 lead. The Giants would add another in the top of the third when, Gregor Blanco walked, Pence grounded into a fielder’s choice to third but was safe on base due to an error by Alexei Ramirez, Buster Posey would get Blanco home with a single to left and Pence was held at second. *Score at the close of the inning was 2 – 0 in favor or the Giants.
The Sox tied things up in the bottom of the third inning when, with Adam Eaton already on base by way of a single to right and a safe steal to second, scored on a Gordon Beckham home run to center. *Score at the close of the inning was 2 apiece.
The Sox added three in the bottom of the fourth, when Jose Abreu started things with a single, Ramirez reaching on his own single, moved Abreu to second, Dayan Viciedo’s single loaded the bases. Tyler Flowers walked bringing Abreu home for a 3 – 2 Sox lead. On a throwing error by the Giants short stop Brandon Crawford, both Ramirez and Viciedo were able to get across home plate to take the score in favor of the Sox 5 – 2.
The last of the scoring came in the bottom of the fifth inning for the Sox when, Conor Gillaspie scored on an Adam Dunn single, Viciedo’s homer to left with Dunn on board brought the Sox lead to 8 to 2, which wound up being the final score.
Would see Chris Sale face off against Tim Hudson.
By the close of the fourth inning the Sox would have a 4 – 0 lead. The top of the fifth inning would see the Giants start to mound some offense when, Blanco singled to center, Pence also reached on a single to center. Posey’s single to center would get Blanco home. Pablo Sandoval sacrifice fly to center would get Pence home cutting the Sox lead in half 4 – 2.
Dunn would add three more in the bottom of the fifth inning thanks to a home run to right with Gillaspie and Abreu already on the pond. Gillaspie and Abreu both reached on respective singles to right and center. *Score at the close of the inning 7 – 2 in favor of the Sox.
The Giants added one in the top of the seventh, in the top of the eighth the Giants, starting the run chase again when, Ehire Adrianza started things off with a single to right, Brandon Crawford got a free pass by way of a walk. Blanco’s double to right got Adrianza home for a 7 – 4 Sox lead. Pence grounding to second moved Crawford across home plate, getting the Giants within two at the close of the inning. *Score Sox – 7 and the Giants 5
The top of the ninth would see the Giants fall two runs short when, Sandvol doubled to right, Michael Morse singled to right. Tyler Colvin’s sacrifice fly to left would get Sandvol home but Adrianza would close the game with a fly out to center.
The Sox head out on a road trip to Minnesota, Toronto, and Baltimore.
*Game Two on Saturday. Royals – 9 and the Sox – 1
Danny Duffy was the brilliant on the mound for the Royals, Striking out 9 and only allowing one walk.
The fourth inning is where K.C did the most damage scoring 5 run, when Billy Butler started things with a walk, Alex Gordon’s single to left moved Butler to second, Salvador Perez’s singled to center to load up the bases. Lorenzo Cain grounded into a fielder’s choice but Butler and Gordon scored on an error by third baseman Leury Garcia, which allowed Perez to wind up safe at third. Mike Moustakas singled to center, got Perez home and Cain to second. Norichika Aoki grounded into a double play which got Cain home for the fourth run of the inning. Omar Infante scored the final run when his single got Moustakas home for a 5 – 0 Royals lead.
They would go on to add one run in the top of the eighth inning and finish scoring with three more in the top of the ninth.
The only run the Sox could produce was a Paul Konerko home run in the top of the ninth.
*Game Three on Sunday. Royals – 6 and the Sox – 3
Andre Rienzo was on the mound for the Sox facing James Shields for the Royals
Scoring started in the top of the first with Eric Hosmer hitting a home run, with Infante on base. Adam Eaton answered back scoring one of the Sox runs in the bottom of the inning, after hitting a triple to right, was sent home on a balk by Shields. *Score at the close of the inning was Royals ahead 2 – 1
The top of the third saw Kansas City take the lead to 5 to 1 on a Perez homer to left, with Butler and Gordon already on the pond by way of Butler being hit by a pitch and Gordon walked.
The fourth inning would see the rest of the runs scored when, at the top half, Jarrod Dyson singled to center, getting Moustakas home, taking the scored to 6 to 1 in the Royals favor. The Sox would only be able to add two more runs in the bottom of the same inning when, Alejandro De Aza would hit a double to deep right, which allowed both Adam Dunn and Alexei Ramirez to score. Dunn and Ramirez had both reached on singles.
The Sox now have a much-needed day off before welcoming the San Francisco Giants for a two game series sending John Danks to the mound against Matt Cain for game one and Chris Sale for game two facing off against Tim Hudson.
John Danks on the mound for the Sox, carrying an ERA of 4.32, with a 4 and 5 record facing Justin Verlander for the Tigers with an ERA of 4.19 with a 6 and 5 record.
The Sox line up for game : Adam Eaton, Gordon Beckham, Conor Gillaspie, Jose Abreu, Adam Dunn, Alexei Ramirez, Dayan Viciedo, Alejandro De Aza, Adrian Nieto.
Abreu smacked home run number 19 at the top of the second, giving the Sox the lead 1 – 0.
Detroit tied things up at the top of the fourth when, Caberea scored on a Hunter ground out to second, Caberea reached on a double to left.
Things became a battle between Danks and Verlander til the bottom of the sixth inning when Abreu started things off with a single to left, Dunn added a second single to move Abreu to second, Ramirez loaded the pond with an infield single. Viciedo hit into a double play which got Abreu home to take the lead 2 – 1. De Aza’s single to shallow right got Dunn across home for a 3 – 1 Sox lead. With Nieto and De Aza already on the pond, Eaton walked to fill the bases. Beckham’s RBI single got Nieto and De Aza home to increase the Sox lead to 5 – 1. Ian Krol took over in the Tigers office mound. Gillaspie’s double to center increased the score to 7 to 1 thanks to Eaton and Beckham making it home. With Abreu given a free pass on base, Dunn’s single got Gillaspie home and moved Abreu to second. Ramirez closed the inning on a Fielder’s choice to short. *Score at the close of the inning is Sox – 8 and the Tigers – 1
The bottom of the seventh saw the Tigers add a second run when, Suarez was given a free pass to first and scored on a Davis double to deep center. Score at the close of the inning – Sox – 8 and Tigers – 2.
Javy Guerra would come on in relief for Danks in the top of the eighth and stay on to close the game out giving the rest of the bull pen a well deserved night off. The final score would be White Sox 8 and the Tigers 2
The Sox find themselves only 2 and a half games out of first with one more in the series to be played tomorrow with Chris Sale on the mound for the Sox against Max Scherzer for the Tigers.
* Game one
John Danks against Ian Kennedy
Padres took the first game in the series 4 – 2
Things were all quiet til the top of the third inning when Cameron Maybin hit a home run to left. *Score at close of the inning Padres – 1 and the Sox – 0
Chicago tied it up in the bottom of the fourth inning when Conor Gillaspie reached on an infield single, Adam Dunn walked moving Gillaspie to second. Alexei Ramirez flied out to center moving Gillaspie to third, who crossed home plate on a wild pitch by Kennedy. *Score at the close of the inning was Padres and Sox tired at 1
San Diego took the lead when Rene Rivera scored on a Danks wild pitch, Padres – 2 and the Sox – 1
The last of the scoring came in the top of the eighth inning when Yonder Alonso hit a home run to right with Will Venable who had come in to run for Tommy Medica.
Andre Rienzo against Tyson Ross
Padres took the lead at the top of the second when, Alonso walked, Venable’s double scored Alonso from first. Maybin grounded into a fielder’s choice, he was safe but Venable was out at home. Chris Denorfia came in to run for Maybin and later scored on a Rivera double. *Score at the close of inning was San Diego – 2 and the Sox – 0
The Sox answered back in the bottom of the second when Ramirez and Paul Konerko both reached the pond with singles. Alejandro De Aza hit into a double play but Ramirez was able to score. *Score at the close was Sox – 1 and San Diego – 2
San Diego added another run at the top of the third when Seth Smith scored on a Venable single, giving the Padres a 3 to 1 lead.
Top of the fifth inning saw the Sox add another run when, Adam Eaton who reached on an error was able to cross home plate when, on a Dayan Viciedo double, which closed the score to 3 to 2 in favor of the Padres.
The top of the sixth inning saw the final run cross home for the Padres when Venable who had reached on a double to right, made it home on a sacrifice fly from the bat of Alexei Amarista. *Final Score White Sox – 2 and the Padres – 4
Chris Sale against Eric Stults
It would turn out to be a magic day for Chris Sale who would throw a 2 hitter. It would turn out to be his sixth complete game on only 100 pitches.
Konerko opened the scoring with a home run to left measuring 370 feet. *Score at close, White Sox – 1 and Padres – 0
One of the two hits that the Padres could manage was a Chase Headley home run to left which tied up the score at 1 a piece at the end of the top half of the fifth. Tyler Flowers would answer that home run with one of his own in the bottom of the inning taking the lead for the Sox 2 to 1 by the time the fifth inning closed.
The Sox would add the final two runs when Viciedo and Ramirez would both score off a Konerko double to left.
Final Score was the Sox 4 and the Padres – 1
Chris Sale would strike out nine batter and lower his ERA to 1.59
The Sox now pack their bags and head to the west coast for games with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Los Angeles Angels
It is game one in a three game series with Arizona before we pack and head out on the road.
Andre Rienzo is on the mound for the first game. Jose Abreu is batting D.H today, he has ankle soreness
Grab some bench and see you in the first
**First Inning **0 – 0
Backs – (fly out to left)(fly out to right)(ground out to short)
Sox – De Aza(strike out), Beckham(ground to 3rd), Gillaspie(strike out),
**Second Inning **0 – 0
Backs – (fly out to left)(strike out)(line out to center)
Sox – Abreu(ground to third), Dunn(fly out to right), Viciedo(fly out to center),
**Third Inning **2 – 0 D-Backs
Backs – (ground out to second)(single)(strike out)(HOME RUN,runner scored)(fly out to center)
Sox – Ramirez(strike out), Sierra(fly out to center), Flowers(strike out),
**Fourth Inning **7 – 2 Sox
Backs – (ground out to pitcher)(ground to 2nd)(fly out to center)
Sox – De Aza(double), Beckham(single to center), Gillaspie(single to left), Abreu(single to left,runners score) Dunn(strike out), Viciedo(single to right), Ramirez(GRAND SLAM), Sierra(single to right), Flowers(single to left), De Aza(single), Beckham(Rack’em up)
**Fifth Inning **7 – 3 Sox
Backs – (foul out to second)(strike out)(double to right)(single to center,runner scores)(safe on first due to throwing error)(fly out to center)
Sox – Gillaspie(walk),Abreu(single),Dunn(fly out to right),Viciedo(single to right)Ramirez(fielders choice,out at home)Sierra(popped out to 2nd)
**Sixth Inning **7 – 3 Sox
Backs – (ground to 3rd)(fly out to left)(walk)(moved to 2nd on a balk by Rienzo)(walk)**Zach Putnam in the office(Strike out)
Sox – Flowers(ground to short),De Aza (infield single),Beckham(ground into fielders choice),Gillaspie(fly out to right)
**Seventh Inning **8 – 3 Sox
Backs – (pop out to 2nd)(safe at first due to error by Ramirez)(runner stole 2nd)(ground to 2nd)(line out to left)
Sox – Abreu(HOME RUN to center), Dunn(strike out), Viciedo(strike out)m, Ramirez(triple),Sierra(strike out)
**Eighth Inning **9 – 3 Sox
*Ronald Belisario in for Zach Putnam
Backs – (ground out to 3rd)(line out to right)(fly out to center)
Sox – Flowers(HOME RUN to left),De Aza(strike out),Beckham,(fly out to center),Gillaspie(Strike out)
Ninth Inning **9 – 3 Sox
Matt Lindstrom in to close
Backs – (fly out to left)(fly out to right)(strike out)
White Sox – 9 and the Diamond backs – 3