Johnny Cueto was bored as he waited out a nearly three-hour rain delay.
“Trying to stay warm but tried to keep active,” the Chicago White Sox starter said through an interpreter. “I was very bored.”
Once the Sox and Cleveland Guardians got the OK to play, Cueto was on his game.
The right-hander continued his remarkable season, allowing five hits in 8⅔ innings to pitch the Sox to a 2-0 victory in front of 26,179 on Saturday at Progressive Field, pulling the Sox within 2 ½ games of the first-place Guardians in the American League Central.
“My key was trying to be aggressive in the zone,” Cueto said. “First-pitch strike. And that’s how I attacked them.”
The Sox needed a big-time performance as they chase the Guardians in the division. And Cueto came through with an…
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