• White Sox
    CHW
  • Royals
    KC

White Sox
White Sox

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
1-441121022.258.307.424
2-552200013.280.307.348
2-442210010.284.341.473
0-11000014.115.233.231
1-331112120.186.284.446
1-330111014.253.318.378
1-11010003.171.216.200
1-441110113.254.312.389
1-551130124.230.269.377
1-441100112.301.337.361
0-440000116.218.266.369
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
H. Santiago8.0311151106-663.03106
A. Reed1.000000010-83.2710

Royals
Royals

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
0-22000008.286.342.413
0-220000011.290.304.410
2-441210012.277.335.375
0-33000009.294.317.404
0-11000003.133.291.267
0-220001113.271.379.396
0-330000012.266.330.386
0-330000111.290.333.419
1-330100213.216.258.335
0-330000110.246.277.333
0-22000008.251.278.333
0-11000006.214.276.286
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
J. Guthrie2.156631057-344.2057
B. Chen4.253303266-451.9366
J. Gutierrez1.00000008-73.328
K. Herrera1.010012022-125.0022

Game Stats

  • Walks Issued

    • CHW1
    • 4KC
  • Stolen Bases

    • CHW0
    • 0KC
  • Strikeouts Thrown

    • CHW5
    • 6KC
  • Total Bases

    • CHW21
    • 7KC

Game Information

Kauffman Stadium
  • Kansas City, Missouri 64999
Attendance: 33,830
89%
Capacity: 37,903
2:26
Home Plate Umpire - Tim Welke, First Base Umpire - Mike Everitt, Second Base Umpire - Bruce Dreckman, Third Base Umpire - Dan Bellino
6/21/2013 Associated Press

White Sox rough up Guthrie as Santiago goes 8

Hector Santiago shut down the Royals' punchless offense for a career-best eight innings, and the Chicago White Sox roughed up Kansas City starter Jeremy Guthrie in a 9-1 rout Friday night.

WINHector SantiagoH. Santiago(3-5)8.0 IP, 1 ER, 5 K, 1 BB
LOSSJeremy GuthrieJ. Guthrie(7-5)2.1 IP, 6 ER, 1 K, 3 BB

Scoring Summary

InningCHWKC
1stP Konerko walked, A Ramirez scored, A Rios to third, A Dunn to second.10
1stC Gillaspie hit sacrifice fly to right, A Rios scored, A Dunn to third.20
3rdA Rios doubled to deep left, A Ramirez scored.30
3rdA Dunn singled to center, A Rios scored.40
3rdD Viciedo homered to center (413 feet), A Dunn and C Gillaspie scored.70
6thA De Aza homered to right (391 feet), G Beckham scored.90
6thE Hosmer homered to right (455 feet).91

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