Jake Lamb hit a home run for just the second time this season, five Diamondbacks hitters produced at least one run, and Arizona beat the Chicago White Sox 8-6 on Wednesday night.
The Diamondbacks, who have won eight of their last nine games, completed a sweep in the three-game interleague series. They scored six times in the fifth act, which ended the performance of Colombian starter Jose Quintana and took the lead by six touchdowns.
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However, the White Sox tightened the game.
Quintana (2-6), who retired his first 10 opponents, worked just four innings and a third, during which he admitted eight runs and eight hits. They were his worst stats of the season.
The Cuban Jose Abreu and the Dominican Leury Garcia fired homecoming for the White Sox, swept for the second time during a tour in which they are 3-7.
The Los Angeles Angels were the other team that swept to Chicago at the start of the tour.
Andrew Chafin (1-0) solved the fifth act, without tolerating annotation, to take the victory, as a relief of Panamanian Randall Delgado.
For the White Sox, the Venezuelans Yolmer Sanchez 5-0 but with a score, Avisaíl Garcia 4-0, Omar Narváez 1-0. The Dominicans Melky Cabrera 4-1 with a scored and one produced, Leury Garcia 4-2 with a scored and a towed. The Colombian Quintana of 2-0
For the Diamondbacks, the Venezuelans Gregor Blanco of 4-1 with an annotated, David Peralta of 1-1 with an annotated one. The Panamanian Slim 1-0.