Offense Dominate as A's Outscores the White Sox, 18-9
The bats were busy at Field one on Wednesday, and when the dust cleared A's had an 18-9 win over the White Sox in six innings.
The teams totaled 59 hits in the game. ...
Nine runs in the opening three innings allowed A's to easily put away the White Sox. An RBI single by Roman Hice, AJ Ramirez, and Evan Mil during the first inning and an RBI single by David Larangeira, by Colin Fazio, and Mikey Avino in the second inning supplied the early offense for A's.
Mike Damato went a perfect 4-4 at the plate for A's. He doubled in the fourth inning and singled in the first, third, and sixth innings.
A's easily handled the White Sox pitching as 10 hitters combined for 35 hits, 18 RBIs and 18 runs scored.
Five relief pitchers finished off the game for A's. Hice faced three batters in relief, while Ramirez managed to record three outs to aid the victory.
One run in the top of the second helped the White Sox close their deficit to 3-2. An RBI single by Tyriek Butler gave the White Sox life. Mil ended the inning by getting Benny Said to fly out.
A's quickly matched the White Sox's strong inning with a three-run inning of its own in the second.
A's scored three runs in each of the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth. In the third, A's scored on an RBI single by Caden Barker, scoring Hice.
A's scored on a two-run double by Damato and an RBI single by Hice.
A's answered the White Sox's top inning with three runs of its own in the fifth. A's scored on an RBI single by Jada Ellis, a groundout by Connor Hughes, and an RBI single by Larangeira.
A's scored three runs of its own in the sixth. A's scored on an RBI single by Hice, an RBI single by Ramirez, and an RBI single by Mil.