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DETROIT — – Dylan Quit allowed an unearned run in five innings to remain undefeated in 10 decisions against Detroit, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Tigers 5-1 on Tuesday night.
Cease (5-3) allowed seven hits and one walk. He struck out eight while improving to 10-0 with a 1.91 ERA in 11 career starts against the Tigers. He is the first pitcher to win his first 10 decisions against an opponent since Jamie Moyer started 10-0 against the Marlins in 2006-08.
“I’m aware of that, and obviously that’s great,” Cease said. “I try not to think about it too much, because I don’t want to jinx him, but it’s something cool.”
Andrew Vaughn had four hits and Luis Robert drove in a pair of runs for the White Sox. Vaughn, who also walked tie, is averaging .563 with seven RBIs in five games against the Tigers this season. Chicago is 4-1 against the Tigers, with all five games taking place in Detroit.
“We’re here to get hits, but that’s hard to do in this league,” Vaughn said. “I see the ball well, I make good swings and I run as fast as I can.”
Drew Hutchison (0-4) allowed two runs on five hits and two walks in four innings. Detroit is 1-4 to start a 10-game homestand.
“We lost the game – that’s the first thing I think about every time we lose a game,” Tigers manager AJ Hinch said.
The Tigers are averaging 2.75 points. Only one team in the last 113 seasons has scored less per game: the 1942 Philadelphia Phillies at 2.61.
“It’s frustrating,” Hinch said. “We are well into June, and I know everyone is sick of me saying ‘just win today’s game’, but the reason for that is that this sport will drag you into misery if you keep watching. this numbers.”
Both teams loaded the bases in the first inning, but Hutchison retired Leury García to walk away unscathed. Cease was at fault for the Detroit run, throwing a pick-off attempt to allow victor reyes to mark.
Hutchison wasn’t so lucky in the second. He retired the first two batters, but the White Sox’s next four batters singled, with Vaughn and Robert driving. Danny Mendick and AJ Pollock.
“He got himself out of a big problem and even in the second he was around the plate and did a good job of solving whatever problem he got into,” Hinch said. “That’s what Hutch does. He gives you a chance.”
It made it 2-1, and the White Sox added two more runs Wily Peralta in the fifth. Vaughn led off the inning with his third single and Peralta hit Robert. After José Abreu’s withdrawal, Yoán Moncada doubled to make it 3-1 and García followed with a sacrifice fly.
Robert’s two-out bloop single led Pollock to give the White Sox a 5-1 lead in the sixth.
“We had innings in the second and sixth where we started with two outs and still put runs on the plate,” White Sox manager Tony LaRussa said. “When we’re doing well, that’s something we do a lot – we get you the three outs.”
The White Sox moved Liam Hendricks closer to the disabled list, retroactive to June 12, while Joe Kelly is coming back from a sprained hamstring.
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Tigers 1B Spencer Torkelson received a scheduled day off against Cease. The first pick in the 2020 draft, Torkelson’s debut in the major leagues was dismal. In 55 games, he hit .181 with four home runs and struck out 53 in 171 at-bats. He’s been at 3 of 38 since May 31, which caused Hinch to leave him in the dugout on Tuesday.
The teams end their three-game series on Wednesday afternoon. Alex Fedo (1-2, 2.92) will pitch for Detroit against Vince Velasquez (2-3, 5.30) on a day with high temperatures expected to approach 100 degrees.
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