Jose Reyes went 4-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored while
Edwin Encarnacion doubled in a run as the Blue Jays won for the
third time in four games. Happ (7-4) struck out eight and scattered
four hits while walking a pair in matching his longest outing of the
Gordon Beckham and Moises Sierra each doubled for the White Sox, who
have dropped 11 of their last 14 games. Scott Carroll (2-4) got the
start for Chicago and was knocked around for five runs on nine hits
in five innings.
Reyes and Melky Cabrera each reached on infield singles beginning
the first inning in front of Lind, who sent a double down the line
in right that scored Reyes before Cabrera came in on a throwing
error. Carroll tried to pitch around a leadoff walk in the second
but left an 0-1 fastball up that Reyes turned on and hit off the top
of the wall in right-center for an RBI triple.
The Blue Jays rallied again with two out in the fourth, loading the
bases on a pair of singles and a walk before Lind sent a two-run
single to right-center to push the lead to 5-0. Happ, who allowed
seven earned runs in his last start, threw a season-high 124 pitches
before handing it over to Dustin McGowan in the eighth.
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GAME NOTEBOOK: The umpires reviewed Reyes drive in the second, which
hit the top of the wall and bounced straight up, before confirming
the call of a triple. … White Sox CF Adam Eaton left the game in the
first with a leg cramp and was replaced by Leury Garcia. … Chicago
designated Scott Downs for assignment and recalled fellow LHP Eric
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