There was only one game on the docket Monday night as the Orioles and White Sox faced off at 6 pm on Nutile C. Evan Wilson toed the rubber for the White Sox, looking for his second straight win, and hard throwing Brendan Carson went for the Os.

The White Sox had two outs and no one on base in the top of the first but were then able to string together six straight base runners resulting in four runs.  Adrian Lupien, Leo Gannon, Nathan Wan and Dylan Murtie had the hits for the Sox while Wilson and Leo D’Agostino took walks.

The Orioles scored a run on a Will Bolognese single in the bottom of the first and had the bases loaded with two outs before Wilson was able to escape the jam.

The White Sox were able to add three more in the second, all again with two outs, and one in the third to take an 8-1 lead after 2.5 innings.  Gannon (double), Lupien (double), William Fiorentino, Wilson and Wan all collected hits for the Sox.

The Orioles would add 2 runs in the 4th thanks to a River Maclin double and a Bolognese inside the park home run to left field.

The Sox would put the game away in the 4th with five runs.  Ben Ragosa and Dylan Sala added hits in the frame for the Sox.

Wilson was excellent in his second straight start for the Sox, taking the win while giving up 3 runs over four innings with 7 strike outs.  Leo Gannon came in to close the door, pitching two innings in relief.

Carson went 3 1/3 for the Orioles and Ben Adams pitched a solid 2 2/3 innings of relief.

With the 13-7 win, the White Sox improved their record to 4-0 on the young season.