They celebrated their first American League Central Division title since 2008
Cleveland-Tony La Russa is in the visitors’ air-raid shelter, concentrating on the Chicago White Sox’s first American League Central Championship title since 2008.
It’s like Neverland because it’s the first time I have ever had this opportunity. La Russa beat the Cleveland Indians 7-2 in Thursday’s opening game. More later. Double billboards.
To enjoy the moment, the pilot who was inducted into The Hall of Fame decided to retire.
In the second game, the White Sox were trailing 5-3.
“I am very pleased that the players won the first round of the day without any delays. They achieved it in the first attempt.
Chicago, which made it into the playoffs last year with non-card seats, will be making its first appearance in the playoffs. Tony La Russa’s White Sox led their first season. Tony La Russa turns 77 in October.
La Russa, who led St. Louis to the World Series Championship in 2011, retired from baseball and was hired to take over for Rick Renteria last October.
Chicago (86 – 67) was the first team to enter the first division. The White Sox have not made it to the playoffs since 2005, when they won the World Series. It was 13 years since the last time they hosted a home playoff.
Tim Anderson, who scored two runs, said that he believes they have the right drivers. “I’m satisfied with his handling of everything and have made him a part of our family. It’s a blessing to be able to stand up today and win the championship.
Anderson was able to hit five home runs in the first half of the season and hit another three in the second. Chicago led pitcher Aaron Civalle (7-0) with consecutive home runs by Dominican Eloy Jimenez and Cuban Luis Robert in the second inning.
Aaron Bummer (5-5) threw five innings and retired three batters. Pandemic regulations required that the White Sox rescuers be split into three halves of the game. The game was reduced from seven to seven.
Oscar Mercado struck a homer in the seventh inning to break the tie, thereby allowing Cleveland to equal score in the doubles.
Colombians have never had a home run in their last encounter. He played against Jose Ruiz from Venezuela (1-3).
The White Sox trailed 3-2 at the end of the seventh, but he made three runs against Emmanuel Clase (4-5), and still won.