Lenyn Sosa expected a fastball.
But when Kansas City Royals starter Jonathan Heasley threw him a curveball on a 1-1 pitch in the third inning Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium, Sosa quickly reacted.
The result: a 428-foot home run, the first of his major-league career.
The Chicago White Sox recalled the infielder from Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday, and he had two hits during his first action since returning in Game 2 of Tuesday’s doubleheader, helping the Sox to a 3-2 victory.
“Since the moment they told me I was coming here, I was really focused on doing everything in my power to help this team,” Sosa said through an interpreter after the game. “(Tuesday) was one of those days. That’s what I’m planning to do — try to help this team as much as I can.”
The Sox will need the…
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