A recap of last night's Toronto/Chicago White Sox Game Two.
|The Toronto Blue Jays rallied back in the late innings last night to defeat the Chicago White Sox 6-2.
Chicago went ahead 1-0 in the bottom of the first inning when Yoan Moncado drove in Jake Lamb with a single.
Randal Grichuk tied the game with a solo home run at the top of the second inning.
There was no more scoring until the bottom of the fifth inning when Nick Madrigal drove in Leury Garcia with a double to put the White Sox ahead 2-1.
The game was tied at the top of the eighth inning when Chicago walked in a run.
Later in the inning, the Jays went ahead 4-2 when Marcus Semien and Bo Bichette scored on a forceout.
Rowdy Tellez drove in Santiago Espinal with a single at the top of the ninth inning to put the Jays up 5-2.
Then, later that same inning, Tellez scored on a forceout.
Bichette went three for five at the plate.
Jay's starting pitcher, Alek Monoah, had a better outing than the last time he pitched.
Monoah went five innings, allowing four hits, an earned run, two walks, and struck out four batters.
Chicago's starting pitcher, Lance Lynn, was excellent on the mound last night.
Lynn went seven innings, allowing just four hits, an earned run, no walks, and struck out nine batters.
Game Three is tonight.