MINNEAPOLIS (CBS/AP) — Lance Lynn allowed one run over six innings in his first start since earning a berth on the AL All-Star team, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 6-1 after cutting outfielder Adam Eaton.
Tim Anderson had four hits and Leury García hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the second inning and added a run-scoring triple and a single.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Warmer Temps Return This Week
Chicago is 10-2 against Minnesota this season, outscoring the Twins 91-47.
Lynn gave up four hits and three walks, striking out six, lowering his ERA to 1.99.
Four relievers combined for three scoreless innings of two-hit relief.READ MORE: With Eviction Moratorium Over, Many Chicagoans In Need Of Rental Assistance Are Still In Limbo
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