Pressing, counts the Baltimore (USA) offense, – The offensive power of Cuban first baseman Jose Abreu, who hit home and produced five runs, allowed the Chicago White Sox to win visitors by beating 2-12 at the Baltimore Orioles.
While receiver James McCann contributed a solo homer and four RBIs that also helped the victory of the Chicago team that plays in the American League.
McCann’s three-run shot to David Hess (1-4) was the crowning moment of a four-run fourth inning, and Abreu’s homer with a man on base generated a seventh inning of four runs against Tanner Scott .
Abreu also drove in with a single in the fifth inning and two more touchdowns with another single in the eighth inning, when the White Sox crossed the plate four times.
The Orioles, in the process of rebuilding, suffered their fourth straight loss to fall to 1-10 at home to a crowd of 8,555 fans, the fifth time less than 10,000 fans flock to Camden Yards this season.
Mexican starter Manny Bañuelos left without a decision by throwing four blank innings for Chicago. The southpaw allowed five hits and one base on balls, in addition to fanning four rival batters.
Venezuelan catcher Jesus Sucre pitched in the ninth inning for Baltimore, the third time in 24 games this season that handler Brandon Hyde raises a position player to the mound. Launching sliders of 65 miles per hour, Sucre pulled the opponents in order.
The White Sox had the support of the Latin American batting, with the Cubans Abreu 6-3 with two runs and five RBIs, Yoan Moncada 4-1 with pair of runs, and Yonder Alonso 4-1 with two runs. The Dominican Leury Garcia went 6-1 with two runs.
Despite the defeat, Dominicans Jonathan Villar had 4-1 with one run scored and Pedro Severino 4-2 with scored and promoted (EFE).