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The Chicago White Sox beat the San Francisco Giants 1-0 thanks to Leury Garca’s ninth-inning heroics.

Second baseman Leury Garca scored the winning run with two outs in the top of the ninth inning. It was a scoreless game between the Chicago White Sox and the San Francisco Giants.

There was just one thing in the thoughts of the Sox second baseman.

He said, “Bring the guys in.”

After Leury Garca singled in Adam Haseley on Friday night, the Red Sox won 1-0 thanks to his heroics. The Red Sox won the series opener in dramatic fashion in front of 35,266 fans at Oracle Park thanks to a last-second RBI single by Haseley ahead of Mike Yastrzemski’s throw.

Carlos Garca commented, “I’ve heard that (Camilo Doval) is an excellent pitcher.” “It’s a well-known fact. Good stuff, to be honest. It was my intention to get the ball into play and get the men in.”

Garca timed the release of his season-defining song perfectly.

Garca thought it was a good game. “We won the game.”

Garca had a.193 batting average, 12 RBIs, and had played in 54 games prior to Friday. On Friday, he was 2-for-4.

In recent weeks, he has been better, but he still has to watch, watch his at-bats, not like they were earlier, according to Red Sox manager Tony La Russa. There is no stopping him now. In a big-time matchup against a big-time pitcher, he got a big-time hit.”

The nail-biting contest ended with no goals in the ninth minute. Gavin Sheets hit a grounder to first base with one out. Doval was called for an error when he failed to catch Brandon Belt’s throw to first base.

Haseley replaced Sheets and advanced to second on AJ Pollock’s two-out hit. Garca came through on a 2-2 pitch when he came up next.

For the past two weeks, Garca has felt fine but still hasn’t seen the effects he hopes to see. It seems like my mind is continually being slammed. That’s what happened when I tried to get a hit.”

Garca’s teammates were pleased with his performance in such situation.

Lance Lynn, the Red Sox pitcher, gushed, “That was great.”. “He’s been a little shaky to start the year. That’s not going to stop him from getting his work done every day, however. I don’t care where you put him in the lineup; he’s up for the challenge.

For him to get a slap on the wrist, “hopefully it lifts some of the weight off his shoulders and he can just go play and be the guy that we all know he is,” says the coach.

With three singles allowed, five strikeouts and two walks in six innings, Lynn put the Red Sox in a position to win.

The “back and forth, no runs scoring” is what Lynn enjoys the most as a competitor. To be on the safe side, you might want to take a few extra runs there. But it’s a lot of fun to compete. To compete against Alex (Cobb, the Giants’ starter) after so many years was fun, and we came through in the end.”

A bases-loaded situation was avoided in the first, and Lynn then settled in, striking out 12 straight batters.

After undergoing knee surgery in the spring to repair a torn tendon, Lynn made his fourth start of the season.

Lynn said that that was all part of the process. In the flow of your work and your pitches, everything starts to roll a little bit differently for you.

Wind was blowing, which allowed me to let the elements work in my favor.

In the third, there was a scare.

Joc Pederson, a left fielder for the Giants, called for time as Lynn was winding up.

Lynn moved around the mound before he threw his pitch.

After throwing a warmup pitch, Lynn remained in the game and was checked on by the coaching staff, La Russa, and pitching coach Ethan Katz. Despite the injury, La Russa maintained he was fine and that he had “tweaked” his knee.

As Lynn explained, “When you’re in the middle of moving and try to stop, it will do it with a couple of less tendons.” It was after the at-bat when Pederson said, “My bad,” and I responded, “All right.”” “It’s all in good fun.”

A two-out double by LaMonte Wade Jr. in the fifth inning was permitted by Lynn, but Wade flied out to left. With one out in the sixth, Lynn gave up a single. Yastrzemski was the final batter he faced, and he struck him out.

Pitching in the seventh and eighth innings, Joe Kelly had a strikeout and Tanner Banks had a walk. In his inning, Banks induced a double play, which earned him the win.

After a ninth-inning error, the Chicago White Sox capitalized on it, and Haseley’s strong base running allowed him to score on Garca’s single.

Kendall Graveman earned his fourth career save with a flawless ninth inning. The game ended with a Garca grounder.

We need to find a way to win games after an off day (Thursday) and two defeats (against the Los Angeles Angels),” Lynn said. “A 1-0 win away from home is a fantastic win for us,” said the coach.


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