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White socks knock off Giants for 2 consecutive days

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Dylan Cease wins a duel between two hot pitchers, Gavin Sheets doubles, Chicago White Sox wins host San Francisco Giants twice in a row, in a 5-3 interleague on Saturday I won. afternoon.

Two potential double play grounder throw errors contributed to all five Chicago runs, with the White Sox winning his third win in the last four games and the Giants in the last twelve. I was forced into the ninth defeat in the contest.

On the second pitch of the game after hitting a home run on LaMonte Wade Jr., Case (7-3) limited the Giants to three more hits and no more runs in five innings. was. He walked 3 and hit 4 by running his record 3-0 at 0.39 ERA in the last four starts.

Wade's home run was his second home run of the season.

The White Sox pitched to 0.45 ERA in the previous three starts against Giants starter Logan Webb (7-3), leading 2-0.

A little misfortune on the web when first baseman Brandon Belt slammed into second place to Andrew Vaughn's potential double play grounder after Tim Anderson led fourth in infield hits. Prevented building based on the impressive numbers of. Attach two without giving anything.

Grounding out and walking later, the spreadsheet hit his first double-to-left field, winning Anderson and Bourne. José Abreu scored to complete the three-run inning as Joan Moncada continued the single to the right.

Two-run Chicago VI followed a similar script, but this time the double seats helped set the stage for San Francisco's Miscue.

With bases loaded and one out, Webb defeated Leury Garcia on the belt, which double-played and pushed Monkada to second place. However, when shortstop Donnie Walton first threw it roughly, Abreu and pinch runner Adam Haseley scored to make it 5-1.

Webb was pulled at the end of the inning and charged with 6 hits and 5 runs (3 goals). He walked one and hit five.

The Giants scored chips in the 8th and 9th single runs with Darin Ruf and Belt's RBI, and brought a potential winning run to the plate in the 9th 2 outs. However, Kendall Graveman decided to save his fifth save and a second save in two days by defeating Mike Yastrzemski with a two to end the game.

Anderson and Monkada each joined the seat with two hits, and Abreu scored two goals in the White Sox, which improved to 6-3 in this season's Interleague.

Joc Pederson has collected doubles and singles for the Giants. The Giants' eight hits are equivalent to the White Sox total.

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