White Sox score nine runs in the last two innings to win comfortablyMinnesota Sports
-- The White Sox scored four runs in the seventh inning and five in the eighth to rally past the Twins 11-4 last (Tues) night in Chicago.
CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox scored four runs in the seventh inning and five in the eighth to rally past the Twins 11-4 last (Tues) night.
Josh Willingham hit a three-run homer in the sixth inning to give Minnesota a 4-2 lead before the bullpen collapsed. Twins starter Cole DeVries pitched six innings of two-run ball and did not factor into the decision. Reliever Casey Fien was tagged with the loss while Tyler Robertson suffered his first blown save. Manager Ron Gardenhire said it was a really tough night for the boys out in the bullpen. Willingham also had a solo home run in the fourth inning and provided all of Minnesota's scoring.
The Twins and White Sox wrap up the three-game set this afternoon at U-S Cellular Field.