White Sox take the 2nd game of the series in Baltimore (Baltimore, Maryland) – The White Sox, coming off a big win yesterday, were ready to play ball. White Sox starting pitcher today was Lucas Giolito. The first run of the day was by White Sox batter Brian Goodwin, for a solo homer to right field in the top of the 2nd. In the top of the 3rd inning White Sox batter Tim Anderson hit a ground ball along the chalk on right field for an RBI double to extend the lead. Next up to bat was White Sox batter Yoan Moncada, who struck a slider for a 2-run double. In the top of the 3rd inning, the score was 4-0 White Sox. In the bottom of the 4th, Oriole’s batter Domingo Leyba hit one of Goilito’s sliders for an RBI single to cement the first run for the Orioles.
White Sox Pull Ahead
In the top of the 5th, Goodwin took the mound for an RBI single that slipped right past the Orioles first basemen. With 2 outs in that inning White Sox batter Leury Garcia doubled on a line drive to center field for an RBI that brought the score to 6-1 White Sox. In the bottom of the 6th, White Sox pitcher Ryan Burr relieved Giolito and gave Leyba his second RBI single. At the end of the 6th inning, the score was 6-2. In the top of the 7th, Goodwin hit his 3rd RBI that brought the score to 7-2 White Sox. In the bottom of the 7th White Sox pitcher Codi Heuer took the mound for Burr for a groundout, pop out, and lineout. In the bottom of the 8th, White Sox pitcher Jose Ruiz was brought in for Heuer to attempt to end the inning. After 3 walks, a single, and a run, he was replaced by White Sox pitcher Liam Hendriks. At the end of the 8th inning the score was 8-3 White Sox. Hendriks closed the game with a pop out and 2 strikeouts. The White Sox beat the Orioles 8-3.
The White Sox will face the Orioles for the last time, before the all-star break this week, tomorrow (7/11/2021) at 12:05am CST.
White Sox take the 2nd game of the series in Baltimore