A recap of last night's Chicago White Sox/Toronto Game Two.
|The Chicago White Sox ended their three game losing skid last night, defeating the Toronto Blue Jays 5-2.
Jay's starting pitcher, Jose Berrios was roughed up in the first inning.
Jay's pitching coach, Pete Walker, went out to talk to Berrios in the first and ended up being tossed for arguing with the umpire.
Berrios lasted just three innings, allowing nine hits, four earned runs and struck out six batters.
"They, (the White Sox), got him, (Berrios) early," said Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo at the postgame press conference.
Meanwhile, White Sox's starting pitcher, Dylan Cease retired the first 11 Blue Jay's batters.
Cease pitched seven innings and struck out seven batters.
Cease now has 177 strikeouts this season.
Things started out bad for the Jay's when Jose Abreu hit a three run homer at the top of the first inning.
Later in the inning, Danny Meridick hit a RBI double.
At the top of the fourth inning, Luis Robert scored on a routine groundout.
In the bottom of the seventh inning, Corey Dickerson hit a solo home run to make it 5-1 Chicago.
In the bottom of the ninth inning, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit a RBI double.
Abreu went three for five at the plate and had four RBIs.
Abreu now has 96 RBIs this season.
Chicago's Yoan Moncada also had three hits in last night's game.
The White Sox left 12 runners on base.
Toronto left seven runners on base last night.
Toronto tries to redeem themselves in Game Three tonight.