White Sox Celebrate Eloye Gymnasium’s Return With Wild, Powerful Victory Over Twins

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The Chicago White Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 9-8 in 10 innings on Wednesday, and it will be the wildest game of the 2022 season so far. The back and forth case involved a total of six game-tying or go-ahead home runs.

In the case of Chicago, they scored three game-tying, two home runs – one in the second innings by Eloy Jimenez, one by Louis Roberts in the fifth and one by Andrew Vaughan in the eighth.

For Jimenez, he marked a successful first game on his return from the injured list, where he had been since April, when he He suffered a hamstring injury which eventually required surgery.. Wednesday’s tilt also marked the first time that gymnasts and fellow young outfielder Robert have joined the same game since April 13. For Jimenez, this is his second home run of the season.

If the Sox are still going to reverse the 2022 script – it’s a clear disappointment for them – they could use Peak Gymnastics. That means returning to the health and form of his 2019-20 season, when he slashed .527 and scored 45 home runs in 177 games.

As far as all these clutch homers in this game are concerned, they helped to get the chart of the probability of this victory:

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The White Sox trailed five different turns in the game and came back each time. Gio Urshela’s home run in the eighth gave Minnesota an 8-6 lead and almost 90 percent chance of winning the game, but what he did was set Vaughn’s tying blast with two outs and two strikes in the home half:

And it was the prelude to Levi Garcia’s Walk of Singles, which saw automatic runner Adam Angel drop to 10th:

For the White Sox, a win means they will avoid a broom in the hands of first-place twins and reduce their deficit at AL Central by 5%.