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White Sox defeats Giants 1-0 in 9 runs

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Leury García's two-out two-strike single in the top of the ninth inning recorded the game's only run when the Chicago White Sox beat the San Francisco Giants 1-0 in the third opener on Friday. did. Game interleague series.

White Sox right-handed Lance Lynn and Giants right-handed Alex Cobb participated in the pitcher duel. But when Camilo Doval (2-4), near San Francisco, dropped Brandon Belt's throw while covering first base, they were long before Gavin Sheets reached the base with one out in the ninth inning. It was gone.

Doval defeats Yoan Moncada, A.J. Pollock hit two hoppers towards third baseman Jason Vosler. However, because the ball hit third base, Vossler had to throw the ball into the field, and he was late and first thrown.

Garcia continued the single to the right, with Pinch runner Adam Haseley barely defeating right fielder Mike Yastrzemski's throw.

Kendall Graveman is a rookie who threw a scoreless eighth in spite of allowing 1-2 walks in the bottom of the ninth inning with a fourth save. It ended the first career victory of Tanner Banks (1-0).

Shutout was the 8th season of the White Sox. The Giants, who out-hit 6-3, were blank only for the fourth time.

Cobb was the first player to leave the scoreless game with the White Sox blank, with three hits in five innings. He walked one and hit three.

Chicago's best shot in Cobb's score came in fifth when Pollock and Garcia hit singles in a row with one out. However, Cobb flew Reese McGuire out and knocked Tim Anderson to the ground to kill the threat.

Lin completed the shutout in 6 innings and gave up 3 hits. He walked two steps and instigated five people.

The Giants loaded the base in the first inning after the first two batters retired when Belt hit a single between Wilmer Flores and Yastrzemski's walk. Lynn defeated Tommy La Stella to finish the inning.

Pollock and Garcia hit the White Sox twice each, scoring 2-2 in a six-game journey.

Donnie Walton recorded the only extra-base hit, the double, for the Giants, who fell 2-4 at the home stand in eight games.

– Field-level media