White Sox infielder got good pitch for rare suicide squeeze against Twins

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White Sox infielder got good pitch for rare suicide squeeze against Twins
White Sox infielder got good pitch for rare suicide squeeze against Twins

One of the great things about baseball is the chance for any and all players to do something remarkable, and the highlight in the Twins' otherwise dull loss to the Chicago White Sox on Monday came from a No. 9 hitter with two home runs and a .250 batting average. Chicago infielder Yolmer Sanchez laid down a perfect suicide squeeze bunt on an 0-2 count to score Tim Anderson for a 5-2 lead in the seventh inning at Target Field. A suicide squeeze play is rare in today's game; on an 0-2 count it's a unicorn. Afterward, Rocco Baldelli said he had never seen one in professional baseball until Monday night. Sanchez had one shot and made it work. Anderson was nearly to the batter's box when he sent a

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