Toronto (Canada), August 26 (EFE). The Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 10-7 on Thursday in a superb game for Cuban midfielder Luis Robert Moiran and American bowler Carlos Rondon.
Robert had Homer twice, and Carlos Rodon beat him on his return from injury.
The match was also positive for designated Cuban striker Jose Abreu, second Venezuelan Cesar Hernandez and Dominican left player Eloy Jimenez.
They made singles home runs for Chicago, which were victorious in the four-game series.
Rodon (10-5) allowed two runs and five hits in five runs. The bowler was put on the active player list before the match, and has not worked since August 7 due to a shoulder disease.
Short stop Tim Anderson scored three hits and led in two, while third base captain Yuri Garcia led twice and scored twice for the White Sox, who maintained the lead after taking a 9-2 lead.
Second baseman Marcus Simin hit two of his Toronto teammates, a Rodon solo in the first half and loyal Michael Kubisch of two in the sixth, closing in on the Blue Jays with a set of five touchdowns.
The loss went to South Korea’s Hyun Jin Ryo (12-7), who ceded seven hits, including three home runs, with seven runs gained and four in 3 and 2/3 runs.
Again, Latin American heavy artillery was present in the White Sox attack with Robert 5-1, scoring and two RBI, Abreu 5-1 with one goal and one RBI.
Jiménez was 5-1 with one goal and one RBI, Garcia 3-2 with two runs and scored two RBIs. Hernandez 4-2 with two runs and one record. EFE
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