The Orioles starting lineup:
- C. Mullins CF, 2. A. Rutschman C, 3. A. Santander DH, 4. R. Mountcastle 1B, 5. K. Stowers RF, 6. A. Hays LF, 7. T. Vavra 2B, 8. R. Urias 3B, 9. J. Mateo SS
Jordan Lyles (9-9, 4.61 ERA, 119 K) started for the Orioles.
The White Sox starting lineup:
1. A. Vaughn LF, 2. G. Sheets RF, 3. L. Robert CF, 4. J. Abreu, 5. E. Jimenez DH, 6. Y. Moncada 3B, 7. E. Andrus SS, 8. J. Harrison 2B, 9. S. Zavala C
The starter for the South Siders was Lance Lynn.
Andrew Vaughn hit a 391-foot home run on the first pitch (14) to give the White Sox an early 1-0 lead in the 1st.
Anthony Santander instantly answered back with a 2-run 374 home run (22) to give the O’s the lead 2-1 in the 1st.
Reynaldo Lopez (3.14 ERA) came into the game for Chicago in the 7th.
Dillon Tate (2.61 ERA) entered for the Orioles in the 8th.
Jose Abreu hit an RBI single through the hole for the White Sox to take the lead 3-2 in the 8th.
Joey Krehbiel (2.98 ERA) came in the game in the 9th to pitch for Baltimore.
The Baltimore Orioles used a little late inning magic to seal victory in the series finale against the White Sox
Liam Hendriks (3.27 ERA) came in to pitch for Chicago. Adam Engel dropped a foul pop up that would have ended the game, and two pitches later Kyle Stowers hit his first Major League home run, which sailed 404 feet to tie the game 3-3.
Felix Bautista (1.68 ERA) came in for the O’s in the 10th.
Joe Kelly (6.23 ERA) entered for Chicago. He escaped a first and third situation with no outs.
Jake Diekman (4.30 ERA) pitched for the White Sox in the 11th.
Anthony Santander hit a walk-off single over the center fielder’s head to score Cedric Mullins to give the O’s the 4-3 win.
The Orioles will travel to Houston to start a 3-game series vs the Astros starting Tomorrow Friday, August 26th at 8:10 PM EST. The Birds are two and a half games back of the third wild card slot.