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Dylan Cease Shines, White Sox Blast 3 Home Runs in 7-0 Win

Dylan Cease had an All-Star performance to help his team salvage a doubleheader split against Cleveland.
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The Chicago White Sox won 7-0 in Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Cleveland Guardians. Six runs came via homers from Jose Abreu, Josh Harrison, and Luis Robert. Dylan Cease had nine strikeouts in 5.2 and earned the win. The Sox bullpen continued their scoreless stretch to help lock down a victory for the visitors.

The New Cease

Dylan Cease stopped the Guardians in their tracks after an abysmal performance by the White Sox in Game 1 of the doubleheader. Cease, as he has been doing more recently, featured increased use of his slider. The righty struck out nine Cleveland hitters, six of which were on his slider. He held the Guardians scoreless through 5.2 innings, allowed five hits, and issued three walks.

Nearing a triple-digit pitch count, Cease labored through the sixth. He recorded two outs after surrendering the leadoff double to Jose Ramirez. The righty then walked two and exited the game with the bases loaded. Reynaldo Lopez, Kendall Graveman, and Matt Foster combined to record the final 10 outs.

“Ball go far, team go far.” - KenWo

The South Siders hit three home runs and got the party started early. Jose Abreu sent one over the wall in the first inning to open the scoring and put the White Sox ahead 2-0.

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Josh Harrison joined the festivities in the third with a solo shot to left field that put his team ahead 3-0.

The icing on the cake came in the eighth inning when Luis Robert’s fly ball down the right field line hit the fair pole for a three-run homer. That was the nail in the coffin and put the game out of reach 7-0.


The White Sox bullpen has not allowed a run in 16 consecutive innings.

The South Siders improved to 7-6 in July.

What’s on Tap Next?

Lucas Giolito will get the ball for the Chicago White Sox as they look to salvage a series split in Wednesday’s finale. He will square off against Cleveland Guardians' righty Aaron Civale. Catch the action on NBC Sports Chicago and check out Sox On Tap for the postgame show.