Gene Segura hit a two-run double in the ninth inning as part of a five-run rally that lifted the visiting team. miami marlins won 5-1 over Chicago White Sox on Saturday afternoon
Miami’s offense was stoked, but it finally broke through against right-hander Joe Kelly (1-3) in the ninth.
Garrett Cooper and Luis Araz led off the inning with singles before Jorge Soler walked to load the bases with no outs. Brian De La Cruz reached on a fielding error by shortstop Tim Anderson, scoring the tying run in the process.
Jesus Sanchez then walked with the bases loaded, Yuli Gurriel followed Kelly and brought home another run with a groundout, and Segura capped off the rally with his double that put the game out of reach.
Left-hander AJ Puc worked around Yoan Moncada’s double in the ninth to seal the win. Steven Okert (3-0) got the win.
Soler had three hits and Luis Arraz marlinswho have won seven of their last eight matches
Andrew Vaughn homered for Chicago, totaling five hits.
Miami rally spoils strong start white sox Starter Mitchell Kopech, who scattered five hits over five scoreless innings. he walked one and hit six
marlins Starter Sandy Alcantara also earned a no-decision after allowing just one run on three hits in seven innings. He issued two walks and fanned four.
Miami threatened in the second, putting runners on first and second with one out. However, smelling a potential rally, John Bertie grounded into a double play. marlins Gurriel’s pop out left a pair of runners in scoring position in the third.
Vaughn took advantage of Miami’s inability to get past the fourth by lofting a drive to right center. white sox 1-0 lead. It was Vaughn’s eighth homer of the season.
Although they managed to win, but marlins went 1-for-16 with runners in scoring position and left 12 on base
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