White Sox MiLB Report: Winston-Salem Stages Impressive Comeback Win

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GLENDALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 21: Micker Adolfo
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White Sox Single-A Advanced affiliate records 50th win of the season with an impressive comeback victory in front of a record-breaking crowd at home.

Chicago White Sox Single-A Advanced affiliate Winston-Salem Dash staged an impressive comeback win on Wednesday at home. In their contest against the Down East Wood Ducks, the Dash trailed 5-0 in the bottom of the fifth inning.

The Dash would score 14 unanswered runs, starting with three in the fifth inning, to defeat Down East 14-5 in front a record 9,011 fans at BB&T Ballpark. Winston-Salem improved to 50-33 with the win over Down East.

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Micker Adolfo hit his 11th home run of the season in the Dash’s comeback win. Ti’Quan Forbes, Laz Rivera, Luis Gonzalez and Zach Remillard each had multi-hit performances at the plate for Winston-Salem on Wednesday.

The Charlotte Knights were able to win their contest on Wednesday against the Durham Bulls, 4-2. Jose Rondon went 2-for-4 for the Knights. Jordan Guerrero made his second start for Charlotte and pitched five innings while allowing just one earned run, two walks and recorded two strikeouts.

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Although Charlotte and Winston-Salem were victorious on Wednesday, the Birmingham Barons recorded just four hits in their 6-2 loss to the Chattanooga Lookouts. The Kannapolis Intimidators won their contest against the Hickory Crawdads 4-3. The Intimidators had just five hits but managed to come back against Hickory in the ninth inning after they trailed 3-2.

Click links below for box scores:

Charlotte Knights 4-Durham Bulls 2

Chattanooga Lookouts 6-Birmingham Barons 2

Winston-Salem Dash 14-Down East Wood Ducks 5

Kannapolis Intimidators 4-Hickory Crawdads 3

Great Falls Voyagers 6-Missoula Osprey 5 F/10

DSL White Sox 7-DSL D’Backs (1) 5

AZL Athletics 8-AZL White Sox 4

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