Big hits, just enough runs

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Big hits, just enough runs
Big hits, just enough runs

All the expected White Sox faces paced a just-enough, 5-3 win over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday. While Tim Anderson (solo homer) and Yoán Moncada (two-run triple) gave Iván Nova a 3-0 pad in the fifth that helped him pocket his 11th win, the game was iced by José Abreu's two-run single in the eighth. The safety, part of a 3-for-5 night for Abreu, gave the White Sox a 5-2 lead and supplied Abreu his major league-leading 121st RBI. Nova did his job, keeping the White Sox in the game as they very inefficiently went about the first four innings of the game (six hits, two of them doubles ... six LOB, no runs). The savvy righty went five innings, giving up two earned on eight hits, with three Ks

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