The offense finally came alive. The White Sox scored 24 runs over their past two games, including an 8-1 win over Seattle on Sunday.
The offense has finally come alive. The Chicago White Sox took three out of four games from the Seattle Mariners. What was more impressive was their 24-run outbreak over the past two games. Offense has been a thorn in this team’s side, but they finally came out of their funk after dropping four straight. This team is now on a three-game win streak and will open up a series with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday night.
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Avisail Garcia has been great this season. He has eight home runs and 34 RBIs. Not to mention he’s hitting a solid .350. This has easily been the best season in his career thus far. It’ll be interesting to see how long he can keep up the momentum.
Matt Davidson has been solid at designated hitter for the White Sox. After a strong start, he’s only hitting .245 but also has eight home runs and 23 RBIs. Not bad for a guy who some thought wouldn’t even be on the roster.
The White Sox are getting contributions from guys we didn’t think would produce. Garcia was written off at the beginning of the season. But give this organization credit. Rick Renteria stated before Spring Training that he wanted to play Garcia in the outfield more to keep him in the game. And that has certainly paid dividends for this team.
We’ll see if the offense can continue to produce. They have been up and down all season. But they need their key guys to contribute. If this team continues to hit the ball, then they will be good.