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Davidson helps White Sox rally to beat Cubs 5-3
Monday May 14, 2018 12:00am

(CHICAGO) – Lucas Giolito was erratic and inconsistent. He was also a winner. Giolito labored his way into the sixth inning, Matt Davidson homered and hit a tie breaking sacrifice fly as the Chicago White Sox salvaged the finale of their weekend series against the crosstown Cubs with a 5-3 win on Sunday. The 23 year old right-hander matched a career high with seven walks, tossed three wild pitches and hit a batter, but pitched two-hit ball for 5 2/3 innings in his first victory since April 26. He allowed three runs and struck out three while lowering his ERA to 6.91 for the year. The White Sox (10-27) stopped a seven-game slide and became the last major league team to reach 10 wins. Bruce Rondon finished a nearly perfect relief performance for his first save. Javier Baez drove in two more runs for the Cubs (21-16), who had won five in a row. Kyle Hendricks (3-3) surrendered four runs, three earned, and six hits in six innings on a cool day at Wrigley Field.

White Sox starter Lucas Giolito fires a pitch in to a Cubs batter (photo courtesy of AP)
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