A recap of last night's Chicago White Sox/Toronto Game Three.
|Toronto Blue Jay's pitcher, Robbie Ray, struck out a career high 14 batters over seven innings last night as his team defeated the Chicago White Sox 3-1.
"I feel really good tonight," said Ray at the postgame press conference. "It was an all around fun game."
Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo also commented on Ray's performance.
"The more he throws, the better he gets," said Montoyo.
Ray has 192 strikeouts this season.
Jay's reliever, Jordan Romano recorded his 13th save last night.
Down 1-0, Corey Dickerson tied the game in the bottom of the fourth inning with a RBI triple.
Dickerson went two for three last night.
Alejandro Kirk broke the 1-1 tie with a RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning.
Later in the inning, the White Sox walked in a run.
The White Sox left nine runners on base.
Chicago's Tim Anderson went 0-4 at the plate.
Sox's starting pitcher, Lucas Giolito pitched six innings and struck out six batters.