The Chicago White Sox and Detroit Tigers were tied at 2 in extra innings at Comerica Park.
If that all sounds familiar, that’s because Saturday situation was similar to the one the teams found themselves in Friday.
This time, though, the Sox escaped a 10th-inning jam and executed offensively in the 11th to beat the Tigers 4-3 in front of 17,579 at Comerica Park.
“(Friday) it didn’t work out (in a 3-2 loss in 10), but (Saturday’s) a new day and we scored two and we get the W,” Sox acting manager Miguel Cairo said. “That’s where it counts.”
Yoán Moncada put the Sox ahead, breaking the tie with a single to left that brought home Seby Zavala. Eloy Jiménez hit a sacrifice fly later in the inning to extend the lead.
That turned out to be a big insurance run. The Tigers…
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