White Sox lose the last game of the 3-game series against Tigers (Detroit, Michigan) – In the top of the 1st White Sox pitcher, Lucas Giolito, took the mound under the sun to throw out the first pitch. Tiger’s batter, Robbie Grossman, grounded out for an RBI that gave the Tigers an early lead in the bottom of the 1st. In the bottom of the 2nd, Tiger’s batter Harold Castro hit an RBI single right up the middle to extend their lead over the White Sox. With bases loaded, Tiger’s batter Akil Baddoo hit a two-run double that brought the score to 4-0 Tigers at the end of the 2nd inning.
An Early Lead
In the top of the 3rd White Sox batter, Jose Abreu, hit an RBI single to right field that put the White Sox first run on the scoreboard. Soon after, White Sox batter, Leury Garcia, got out on a sacrifice fly and gave Abreu enough time to make it home. At the end of the 3rd inning the score was 4-2 Tigers. In the bottom of the 5th, Tigers batter Jeimer Canelario made contact on one of Giolito’s wild curveballs and got an RBI double. Next at bat was Tiger’s batter Eric Haase, who hit an RBI single to right field. The score was 6-2 Tigers at the end of the 5th inning. In the bottom of the 6th, White Sox pitcher, Jose Ruiz, relieved Giolito after he threw out 102 pitches. After one inning, Ruiz was taken out and replaced with White Sox pitcher Codi Heuer. In the top of the 9th inning, Abreu stepped up to the plate to hit a 3-run home run to left field that made it a very close game. The score was 6-5 Tigers with 2 outs in the top of the 9th. White Sox batter Andrew Vaughn was the last at bat and lined out to end the game. The Tigers beat the White Sox 6-5.
The White Sox will be on the road to Minnesota to face the Twins tomorrow (7/5/2021) at 7:10pm CST.
White Sox lose the last game of the 3-game series against Tigers