Chicago Baseball Recap


Chicago Baseball Recap

White Sox Beat Angels - After failing to score five runs for five-straight games, the White Sox offense erupted in a 11-4 win against the Angels on Tuesday night. They did it with a mix of long homers, crushed doubles, some timely hitting and a little small ball. They did it up and down the lineup, too, with seven hitters notching two or more hits. On the defensive side, Johnny Cueto kept up his solid season and earned another quality start. Click below to read more:

Cubs Lose to Reds - Keegan Thompson deserved better. Thompson and Luis Castillo were locked in a tight pitchers' duel for five innings. The Reds broke through for two runs in the sixth, on a couple of doubles allowed by Thompson. Thompson allowed a pair of hits to begin the seventh, and for some unfathomable reason, David Ross turned to Rowan Wick in a high-leverage situation. This, despite the fact that Wick has been hit hard lately. Wick did strike out the first hitter he faced, but then served up a three-run homer to Jonathan India. That took away Thompson's quality start (for whatever that flawed stat is worth) and provided the Reds' margin of victory in a 5-3 Cubs defeat. Click below to read more:

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