Chicago's Dylan Cease and San Francisco's Logan Webb have teamed up with two other right-handed players since Chicago White Sox won the San Francisco Giants in the Interleague on Saturday last night. I want to follow the same script. ..
Lance Lynn and three rescuers combined to limit San Francisco to three hits with a 1-0 victory at the series opener, and Alex Cobb and the four Giants who chased him to the mound. I barely got it right.
Leury García is the game's aggressive hero, Camilo Doval's two-out single, close to the Giants, who played only at the top of the ninth inning.
Since the White Sox and Giants meet for the first time, neither Case (6-3, 2.56 ERA) nor Webb (7-2, 3.04) have faced their opponents on Saturday. .. 2017.
In fact, Case faces only one current Giant, and Webb opposes the two current members of the White Sox in their careers.
Giants lead-off man LaMonte Wade Jr. doubled 1 to 2 in the 2020 Minnesota Twins match. The White Sox's AJ Pollock was 1 to 5 as the Los Angeles Dodgers, and Josh Harrison was 0 to 3 in Washington Nationals and Oakland Athletics in a previous deal with Webb.
Pollock hit two of Chicago's six hits on Friday.
The White Sox won shortly after the disappointing ending of the disappointing month (two of the three lost on the road to the Los Angeles Angels). Chicago went 12-15 in June.
"This is a very important stretch for us," said White Sox veteran Liam Hendriks, with Kendall Graveman stepping into his closer role. I said before stepping in and seeing the shutout on Friday complete.
"It's definitely a break to help clarify what the front office is doing this year, whether it's a good year, a sitting and waiting year, whatever. But we need to understand it in this clubhouse and take care of some business. "
Cease has an ERA of 0.50 in the last three starts and 2 It will be -0 and will participate in the game with the best run of the season. He hit 32 on those outings and walked 4 over 18 innings.
At the Giants, Case shows teams struggling to create a homestand run that started with two losses in three games against the Cincinnati Reds and a two-game split with the Detroit Tigers. San Francisco is limited to 4 or less runs in 5 out of 6 games.
Giants manager Gabe Kapler repeated the familiar refrain when he lamented the wasted opportunity Cobb offered at the series opener.
"I thought there was a really good plan and approach in the first (inning)," he said, loading the base with two walks and a Brandon Belt single before Tommy La Stella attacked. Stated. "Unfortunately, we couldn't put the ball in a gap that would change the outcome of the game.
" Innings or another big turn at bat in the game (was missing). Big innings are us. It's been very important to me for a long time. It's just not there now. "
Like the discontinuation, Webb has been hot streak momentum with 0.45 ERA 2-0 in the last three starts. I'm riding. He hit 22 in those contests and walked 20 innings more than 5 times.
– Field-level media