DETROIT (AP) – Tim Anderson has a weekend in Detroit.
Anderson heaved twice on his way to a career-high four RBIs, Hector Santiago and the Chicago White Sox leading to an 8-4 victory over the Tigers on Saturday.
Anderson and Jose Abreu each made a solo trip in the fifth and tied them to third. Daniel Palka led the sixth with a tiebreak from Francisco Liriano (3-2) and Anderson's three run-homer against Louis Coleman at it 7-3 White Sox.
Anderson, a 24-year-old, also combined a 5: 4 loss to Detroit on Friday night. He is up to 10 Homer's this season.
"I have a hot series right now," he said. "It's always nice if you get some kind of RBI, so I'll take it."
-2) scored three runs, two earned and seven goals in five innings for his first win since May 9, 2017 for Minnesota against the White Sox. He had gone 0-8 with an 8.61 ERA in his previous 11 starts.
"It's definitely nice to get that first win and hopefully a lot more (the board)," said Santiago. "Overall, I felt very good."
Jeimer Candelario heated twice for Detroit and drove in three runs. Liriano hit eight in five plus innings, but was charged with five runs and six punches.
"I have to learn from my mistakes and get better next time," said Liriano.
Candelario, who won on Friday night in his first game from the list of disabled, won a two-shot shot of Santiago in the first round. He added a solo drive in the third and made it 3-1.
"I always prepare for the game, always preparing for who I'm facing," said Candelario, who had gotten left with tendonitis in the tendon area. "I feel really great now … with my wrist."
Candelario left, scoring a mistake from Anderson at the bottom of the ninth. But Joakim Soria got Niko Goodrum to fly out to end the game.
Candelario seems to enjoy getting into 3rd place on the Tigers, where he towered above Friday and Saturday. Before the injury, he beat the number 2, followed by Nicholas Castellanos, who moved to second place.
"He had a good day, swinging the bat really well," Tiger Manager Ron Gardenhire said of Candelario. "He's on the ball."
White Sox: DH Matt Davidson was scratched due to back pain after missing the previous three games with the same illness. Jose Rondon replaced him in the lineup.
Tiger: 1B Miguel Cabrera (right thigh strain) could return on Sunday. He's been out since May 4th. After completing their series with the White Sox, the Tigers host the Angels in a four-game set at Comerica Park.
White Sox: RHP James Shields (1-4, 4.62 ERA) is expected to compete against the Tigers on Sunday.
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