Dana Lane's Minnesota Twins vs Chicago White Sox 'Get-Out Game' Winner
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Minnesota Twins (30-18) at Chicago White Sox (30-16)
Monday, September 14, 2020 at 8:10 pm
One of the best series to start the week has to be this one with one game separating the 1st place Chicago White Sox and 2nd place Minnesota Twins.
Chicago has won 8 of their last 9 games and 20 of 25. During that 25 game span the White Sox are averaging almost 7 runs a game while allowing just over three. Do the math and you'll see that the White Sox have consistently been playing games that reach closer to 11 runs a game for a very long time. There is complete balance up and down the Sox line-up.
Minnesota has put some distance between themselves and the Indians over the weekend, hitting 11 homers in the process.
Righty Dylan Cease (5-2, 3.33 ERA) will start for Chicago. Cease has logged five or fewer innings in each of his past three starts and has not faced the Twins this season.
Cease is 0-2 with a 16.71 ERA in two career starts against Minnesota.