Tyrone Taylor's grand slam highlighted the Milwaukee Brewers' dominant 7-1 win over the Chicago White Sox.
by: Daryl Van Schouwen — Chicago Sun-Times 12m
Sox relievers walk four in Brewers’ six-run seventh
by: Andrew Wagner — MLB: White Sox 21m
MILWAUKEE -- Tyrone Taylor's seventh-inning grand slam blew open what had to that point been a nail-biting pitchers’ duel, as the White Sox dropped Game 1 of an Interleague showdown with the Brewers, 7-1, on Friday night at American Family Field....
Tony La Russa is ejected during the Milwaukee Brewers’ 6-run 7th inning as the Chicago White Sox drop the series opener 7-1
by: LaMond Pope — Chicago Tribune 26m
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa and shortstop Tim Anderson were ejected in Friday’s 7-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers at American Family Field. The Brewers broke the game open with six runs in the seventh.
by: @whitesox — MLB: Film Room 40m
Andrew Vaughn mashes a solo home run to center field, trimming the Brewers' lead to 7-1 in the top of the 8th inning
by: @nbcchicago — NBC Chicago 3h
Javier Báez homered, Robinson Chirinos went deep twice, Zach Davies earned his first win since a combined no-hitter last month and the Chicago Cubs beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-3 on Friday.
by: Jim Margalus — Sox Machine 4h
TV: NBC Sports Chicago Lineups: (Photo by Larry Radloff/Icon Sportswire)
by: Colleen Sullivan — SB Nation: South Side Sox 4h
Safe travels, White Sox fans! Be good citizens in MKE
by: Larry Hawley — WGN 5h
CHICAGO – It still might be a little early, but White Sox fans can legitimately look ahead to what could be a special fall on the south side. The club currently leads Cleveland by nine games …
by: Vinnie Duber Presented By Nationwide Insurance Agent Jeff Vukovich — NBC Sports Chicago 8h
The White Sox are once more playing the Brewers in Milwaukee, where a dozen years ago, Mark Buehrle hit the lone home run of his memorable career.
by: Bryan Fonseca — Deadspin 8h
Enigmatic catcher returns to Triple-A ball after retiring...ish
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Tony La Russa explains he got upset because he thought Brewers' Luis Urias was ducking on pitches to make the strike zone a bit smaller. It was La Russa's first ejection in nearly a decade and his first in this stint as White Sox manager. https://t.co/mSk273S5gSTV / Radio Network
Giolito: "Frustrations got high with the way the game was being called against us. I got frustrated a couple times. Sometimes it hits that breaking point. We put our heart and soul into it and when we feel like things get taken away from us it’s not going to make us feel good''Beat Writer / Columnist
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