After beating up on the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night, 9-2, the Minnesota Twins were stifled by Chris Sale and the Sox on Wednesday night, 6-0.
Sale went seven scoreless innings, striking out six and only allowing two hits while walking another two. The Twins only managed another two hits off the White Sox bullpen and were 0-for-6 with runners in scoring position.
Although the bats didn't do much damage, the defense didn't do the Twins any favors, either. The Twins committed three errors, which cost them three runs. Otherwise, starter Scott Diamond didn't pitch all that poorly, allowing just two earned in six innings of work.
Francisco Liriano had another successful appearance from the bullpen for the Twins. Since the switch, he has hrown 3.2 scoreless innings in three games.
The Twins and White Sox close out there three-game series on Thursday at 7:10 p.m. CT before the Twins host the Tigers for three.
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