Victor Reyes and Harold Castro started the bottom half of the fifth for the Detroit Tigers.
Chicago White Sox pitching coach Ethan Katz went to the mound to discuss with starter Dylan Cease, who was looking to maintain a three-run lead.
“He was just trying to slow me down, saying ‘Hey, you get your pitch right here, good things are going to happen,'” said Siege.
Stop executed and followed good things to the right hand. He hit seeing Willy Castro and pushed Austin Meadows to hit a grounder first, where Jose Abreu threw in second for a force. Javier Baez walks out for left fielder AJ Pollock as Cez escapes from the jam without allowing a run.
The Siege allowed an unearned run on seven hits in five innings, giving the Sox a 5-1 win against the Tigers in front of 16,450 on Tuesday at Comerica Park. He scored eight runs and went for one in a 108-pitch outing.
“I was able to compete and get through five,” said Struggle. “Would love to go deeper to help get the pen out a bit more. It was good for the most part.”
Andrew Vaughan paced the offense, hitting a career-high tally with four hits. He also went into a run and scored once as the Sox took their second straight in the series.
“That’s what we’re here to do, to get hit,” Vaughan said. “It’s hard to get hits in this league.”
Sox manager Tony La Russa was equally impressed by Vaughan’s walk in the eighth inning.
“He doesn’t just throw bat-bats,” La Russa said. “When you’re not throwing the bat and you’re a hungry hitter looking for hits, those guys are very productive in this league.”
Vaughan’s RBI single in the second leveled the game at 1. Louis Robert followed up with an RBI, giving the Sox an edge they didn’t want to give up. Robert had two hits and scored once.
RBI hit in second came with two outs. The Sox had three two-out RBIs on Tuesday after collecting four two-out RBIs in Monday’s 9-5 win.
“When we’re good, that’s one thing we do,” La Russa said. “We have had our share of leaving the two-out RBI. (All three Tuesdays) were two-out, no one on, right? This shows that you have to play for three outs. Anything more than a state of mind. ,
While the Sox came into those clutch positions, the clash (5-3) ensured the Tigers did not. The only run came when, with the bases loaded in first, he made a throwing error while attempting to get a runner into second.
The Tigers were runners-up in first and second with two outs in the second, when the Seas replaced Harold Castro in second.
“To get out of trouble a couple of times (Tuesday) is obviously the difference between winning and losing a lot of games,” Siege said. “I’m glad I gave us a shot.”
Only 1-2-3 innings of the season came in the fourth, with two strikeouts. He dropped out after getting out of trouble in the fifth.
La Russa said the ceasefire showed “restraint” as they made their way through fifth.
“You could see him grow right in front of your eyes,” said La Russa. “He never looked like he was nervous. He knows his job was to pitch and get out of that thing. That was serious pitching.
“He has shown us a lot.”
Career debut against Tigers improved 10-0 in 11.
“It’s obviously great,” Clash said of the mark. “I try not to stock it too much because I don’t want to confuse myself, but it’s definitely something cool and something special. But there’s more work to be done, so it’s not something that’s on I’m going to coast either way.”