Apr 15, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago White Sox designated hitterAdam Dunn
is congratulated after hitting a home run during the second inning in a game against the Boston Red Sox at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports
Yes, the headline is correct … the Chicago White Sox are currently two games over the .500 mark, and are one win away from taking their third series of the season.
That win was the second consecutive walk-off win, as both times it was Ramirez who scored the winning run.
Chicago currently sits at the top of the AL Central with the Detroit Tigers. The White Sox are 8-6 overall, and the Tigers are 6-4, playing two games less than Chicago at this point of the season.
We also have to give credit to the pitching performance of right-hander Erik Johnson, as he came up huge for the White Sox in 6.2 innings. He made his best start of the season thus far in his third appearance. He got a no-decision.
Click here for thoughts on the performance of Johnson on Tuesday.
Should be an interesting game for sure.
In other White Sox news:
• Here is the Chicago Sun-Times’ article on the walk-off win.
• The MLB standings headed into Wednesday’s games.
• ESPN Chicago about how the bullpen got some redemption on Tuesday.
• Tweet of the Day:
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