White Sox Narrowly Edge Red Sox 11-10

By Jack Siciliano

The White Sox and Red Sox played a really close one on Tuesday, September 15th. Both teams went down in order in the first inning, but the scoring heated up in the second. Stephen McCabe and Tommy Kowalczuk started the inning with hits and were brought around on an RBI single by Chris Sprague to give the Red Sox a 2-0 lead. The White Sox got it right back in the bottom half of the inning, with Noah Seitz and Ryan Martin crossing the plate on passed balls.

The Red Sox responded with 4 runs of their own in the top of the third with hits from Richie Masterpol and McCabe. Kowalczuk had a huge RBI double but was thrown out at the plate trying to score on a passed ball. The White Sox had a big inning bringing six across the plate via walks and clutch hitting with runners in scoring position by Adam Fiorentino, Julian Ragosa, Ryan Martin, and Mitchell Collins.

Both teams were held scoreless in the fourth, and they went into the fifth with the score 8-6 White Sox. The Red Sox took the lead with four runs in the inning. Jack Allen, Thomas Casey, and Steven McCabe all drew walks and came around to score. Chris Sprague also got on and scored on an RBI by Ryan Kutylo. The White Sox had the top of the order up and they delivered with Harrison Burbine, Noah Seitz and Ryan Martin singling and scoring to put them on top 11-10 going into the 6th. The tying run reached third base in Max Shoffner, but Mitchell Collins got the final out for the White Sox to give them the victory.