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American League Game Summary - Minnesota at Chicago



(Saturday, August 10th)

Final Score: Chicago 5, Minnesota 4

Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Conor Gillaspie hit the go-ahead single in the bottom of the sixth and the Chicago White Sox snapped a five-game losing streak to the Minnesota Twins with a 5-4 victory on Saturday.

The White Sox were down, 4-3, entering the inning but chased Twins starter Mike Pelfrey (4-10) after Avisail Garcia led off the frame with a single and Jordan Danks walked. Both advanced on Josh Phegley's sacrifice bunt after Anthony Swarzak replaced Pelfrey.

Blake Tekotte hit a sacrifice fly to center, scoring Garcia and tying the game. After Gordon Beckham walked, Gillaspie delivered an RBI single to left to give his team the lead for good.

"It's a lot harder, it seems, to do what teams have done to us," said Beckham. "But we're grinding it out. I think that's the positive thing. We're playing hard."

David Purcey (1-1) pitched a scoreless inning of relief to pick up the win while Addison Reed pitched a 1-2-3 ninth to notch his 28th save. Starter Andre Rienzo gave up four runs on seven hits and five walks over 5 1/3 innings.

The White Sox have an opportunity to split the series with a win on Sunday.

Justin Morneau had a three-run home run while Oswaldo Arcia hit a solo shot for the Twins, who swept a day/night doubleheader on Friday. Pelfrey surrendered five runs -- four earned -- on four hits and five walks over five- plus frames.

"I think I've faced these guys maybe three times now and have been terrible in all three of them," said Pelfrey. "It stinks. Wasted day, it sucked. There's no one to blame but myself and I was terrible."

With one out in the first and the bases loaded, Paul Konerko hit a sacrifice fly to left, plating Beckham.

Danks homered to lead off the second. Phegley followed with a walk but was out two batters later on a fielder's choice by Beckham, who later scored from first to make it 3-0 after right fielder Chris Colabello missed a fly ball by Gillaspie.

However, the Twins would take the lead in the third. Brian Dozier was hit by a pitch with one out and Joe Mauer knocked a single to right. Morneau tied the game with a three-run homer to right. He hit two home runs, including a grand slam, in Game 1 of Friday's doubleheader.

Two batters later, Arcia's solo shot gave them the lead. It was his third homer in the last three games.

Game Notes

Beckham was walked four times and scored twice ... Alexei Ramirez went 1- for-5 and is on a seven-game hitting streak ... Reed has converted all seven career save opportunities against Minnesota ... Morneau has eight RBI in this series. He is also four walks away from 500 for his career and two home runs away from tying Tony Oliva for third most in Twins history ... Josh Willingham recorded his 200th career double ... Chicago's Jose Quintana is scheduled to face Minnesota's Kevin Correia in Sunday's series finale.

08/10 23:29:50 ET

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Scoreboard
Local
Final
NCCU 65
EILL 40
 
2nd
NCSU 54
BSU 50
 
2nd Intermission
PIT 2
CAR 2
 
4th
CHA 80
GSW 74
 
1st
UF 17
UNC 34
 
1st
TULSA 0
ECU 7
 
Final
BOS 102
CHI 109
4th
CHA 80
GSW 74
 
Half
TOR 43
DAL 48
 
Half
DET 45
MIL 53
 
Half
ATL 41
NOP 28
 
2nd
HOU 25
LAC 35
 
2nd
OKC 40
NYK 13
 
2nd
IND 34
ORL 32
 
1st
SAN 8
SAC 8
 
9:00pm Tonight
DEN
PHO
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POR
MEM
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LAL
MIN
Final
WMICH 21
NILL 31
Final
SMU 9
HOU 35
Final
IOWA 34
NEB 37
Final
SFLA 0
UCF 16
Final
MARS 66
WKENT 67
Final
KSU 27
AKR 24
Final
BGU 24
BST 41
Final
UMASS 21
BUF 41
Final
EMICH 16
TOL 52
Final
MIZZ 21
ARK 14
Final
SALABAMA 40
NAVY 42
Final
ARZ 42
ARST 35
Final
AFA 27
COLST 24
Final
UCLA 10
STAN 31
2nd
VT 3
UVA 3
 
1st
TULSA 0
ECU 7
 
Final
NCCU 65
EILL 40
 
Final
KU 82
TENN 67
Final
TEXAM 87
NO 65
 
Final
NCAT 57
RAD 65
 
Final
GEOR 58
BUT 64
Final
BRO 81
PVU 71
Final
RIU 66
SCU 44
Final
NARZ 70
SOUTH 63
Final
DART 68
MAST 67
Final
WRST 59
FIU 61
Final
XAV 73
UTEP 77
Final
OSU 73
JMU 56
Final
TXSOU 71
LAM 59
 
Final
TAMCC 75
MVSU 66
 
Final
AKAN 51
MIZST 55
Final
BUCK 80
PSU 88
 
Final
PROV 72
YALE 66
Final
UGA 62
MINN 66
Final
WISC 69
OKLA 56
Final
Terriers 70
NORST 72
 
Final
PEAY 62
STEPH 83
Final
FSU 58
CSOU 47
 
Final
VALPO 66
DRAK 46
 
Final
CIN 69
MTST 51
Final
SDU 75
PRIN 65
Final
WASU 76
RICE 74
 
Final
CSFU 64
USCU 79
 
Final
GT 61
RIDE 54
 
2nd
TXPA 71
ALAST 83
 
2nd
NCSU 54
BSU 50
 
2nd
TCU 43
BRAD 42
 
2nd
WAKE 56
DELST 63
 
Final
HART 83
EMERSON 50
 
2nd
STJ 46
GONZ 56
 
2nd
CLEM 54
HIGH 49
 
2nd
SYR 56
HC 37
 
2nd
MD 50
MON 44
 
2nd
JVST 60
SAV 57
 
2nd
MIAMI 87
SALA 75
 
2nd
RUTG 54
VANDY 55
 
Half
PETE 42
TENST 33
 
1st
MARS 22
CLST 33
 
1st
JST 25
HOF 37
 
1st
INDST 21
MEM 32
 
1st
UF 17
UNC 34
 
1st
LATU 23
SAMF 20
 
Half
TULA 43
SELA 37
 
Half
NEB 40
TENNM 27
 
1st
MISS 9
CREI 5
 
1st
PORT 10
MURST 11
 
9:00pm Tonight
MARQ
MSU
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ARK
UNT
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NCOL
STET
 
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IND
UNCG
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SJST
WMICH
9:05pm Tonight
MNTST
TXARL
9:30pm Tonight
UVA
LAS
9:30pm Tonight
STLU
MSST
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COLST
PAC
10:00pm Tonight
UTAH
NDAK
10:30pm Tonight
ILL
BAY
10:30pm Tonight
UAB
UCLA
11:30pm Tonight
WASH
LBSU
11:59pm Tonight
UCSB
MERC
Final
PHI 0
NYR 3
Final
ANA 1
CHI 4
Final
WAS 5
NYI 2
2nd Intermission
PIT 2
CAR 2
 
2nd
NJD 4
DET 3
 
2nd
BUF 1
MON 0
 
2nd Intermission
CLB 0
VAN 1
 
2nd Intermission
BOS 0
WIN 1
 
2nd
FLA 1
OTT 2
 
1st Intermission
STL 1
EDM 0
 
1st
DAL 0
MIN 0