White Sox end scoring drought
White Sox end scoring drought.
The White Sox ended their 23-inning scoreless drought this afternoon in the series finale against the Indians, scoring three runs in the first inning off Danny Salazar.
Melky Cabrera’s sacrifice fly broke the drought, before the Sox added two more on a two-base error by right fielder Abraham Almonte and a run-scoring single by Leury Garcua.
They’re last in the majors in average (.205), on-base percentage (.265), OPS (.595) and total bases (172), negating some decent pitching.
"You’ve got to keep them from betaing themselves up a little bit," he said.
"They want to perform.
Trying harder is not going to make it better.
It just has to be refocused and actually try to relax a little bit."
Only two Sox players in the starting lineup are hitting over.
Here’s the lineup against Salazar: Anderson SS Saladino 2B Cabrera DH Abreu 1B Frazier 3B A. Garcia RF L. Garcia CF Narvaez C May LF