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White Sox fourth. Beckham singled to centre. On E.Jackson's wild pitch, Beckham to second. J.Abreu lined out to right fielder Schierholtz, Beckham to third. Viciedo was hit by a pitch. Al.Ramirez grounded into fielder's choice, shortstop S.Castro to second baseman Bonifacio, Beckham scored, Viciedo out. Sierra singled to centre, Al.Ramirez to second. Sierra was picked off, catcher Castillo to first baseman Rizzo, Sierra out.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. White Sox 1, Cubs 0.

Cubs fifth. Schierholtz struck out. Lake singled to centre. Lake stole second. Coghlan walked. E.Jackson struck out. Bonifacio singled to right, Lake scored, Coghlan to third. Bonifacio stole second. Valbuena struck out.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. White Sox 1, Cubs 1.

White Sox eighth. A.Dunn pinch-hitting for Putnam. . Russell pitching. A.Dunn grounded out, shortstop S.Castro to first baseman Rizzo. De Aza grounded out, second baseman Bonifacio to first baseman Rizzo. . N.Ramirez pitching. Kalish in as left fielder. Beckham homered to left on a 1-2 count. J.Abreu doubled to left. Viciedo struck out.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. White Sox 2, Cubs 1.

White Sox ninth. Olt in as third baseman. Strop pitching. Al.Ramirez walked. Sierra infield single to third, Al.Ramirez to second. Flowers doubled to left, Al.Ramirez scored, Sierra to third. Semien struck out. Jor.Danks doubled to centre, Sierra scored, Flowers scored. . Bonifacio in as third baseman. Villanueva pitching. Barney in as second baseman. De Aza grounded out, second baseman Barney to first baseman Rizzo, Jor.Danks to third. Beckham fouled out to first baseman Rizzo.

3 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. White Sox 5, Cubs 1.

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