Tellez homers twice, Brewers high White Sox

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Tellez homers twice, Brewers top White Sox

Rowdy Tellez hit his first two homers as Brewer, Corbin Burnes hit six strong innings and Milwaukee beat the Chicago White Sox 6-1 on Saturday night.

Tellez went 3 of 4 with three RBIs, with solo shots from José Ruiz in the sixth inning and Reynaldo López in the eighth. The Brewers acquired the slugen first baseman from the Toronto Blue Jays on July 6th.

Having played 2-13 in his first nine games with his new team, Tellez is 5 out of 7 with three runs and five RBIs in that streak. He has won 7 out of 13 against the White Sox this season.

Tyrone Taylor and Kolten Wong also went deep for the Brewers in front of a sold-out audience of 41,686.

Wongs Homer came on Carlos Rodón’s first pitch of the evening. Taylor’s shot came one night after delivering a Grand Slam in a 7-1 win over the White Sox.

Burnes (6-4) cut six and allowed four hits, two walks and one run to help the Brewers get the 4,000. Earning victory in the history of the franchise. Her overall record of 4,000-4,289 includes her first season as a Seattle Pilots in 1969.

Chicago made three mistakes, allowed two undeserved runs, issued a bases-loaded walk, and had one run annulled when the replays showed Yoán Moncada not touching home plate.

The White Sox were trailing 4-0 in the first four innings, giving up a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get back into the game in game five. They had the bases loaded and no one was out when Leury García pounded a roller up the third baseline to bring Moncada home.

But the run was taken off the board after the reps showed Moncada never touched home plate. His right foot hit the dirt just inches from the plate, and then his left foot landed in the batter’s box.

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The call sparked a discussion between White Sox manager Tony La Russa and the umpiring crew, which resulted in a long delay that included a second retest to confirm an appeal could be made after a hill visit.

Burnes gave Zack Collins a base-laden stroll immediately after the game resumed to bring Chicago’s first run home, but he beat pub beater Jake Burger and pulled Tim Anderson right back with a fly to end the inning.

Rodón (8-4) surrendered the lead-off homers to Wong and Taylor in each of the first two innings as the Brewers finally took the lead. Milwaukee added two undeserved runs in a rally in the fourth inning that featured a Collins throw and two walks, including one for Willy Adames with bases loaded.

Coach room

White Sox catcher Yasmani Grandal gave an update on his recovery from a torn ligament in his left knee that has kept him from playing since July 5th.

“We are following a schedule where I start to catch,” Grandal said ahead of the game. “I should start beating. I run. Now we’re going to get into stretching and mobility and so on, just because in my last week and a half, two weeks I haven’t been able to really stretch it because they let it heal.” want.”


Lance Lynn (9-3, 1.94 ERA) plays for Chicago and Brandon Woodruff (7-4, 2.04) starts for Milwaukee as the White Sox and Brewers end this streak with three games on Sunday night.

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