Brewers earn season split against White Sox

Winless in Milwaukee, the Brewers were able to nab both games in Chicago including Thursday 8-3 win over the White Sox.


After the White Sox jumped out to a 2-0 lead on Leurys Garcia home run, the Brewers' Jedd Gyorko cut the lead in half with the first of his three RBI on a single. Gyorko would strike again with a two-run home run in the top of the fifth inning, but that was after Christian Yelich scored on a bizarre inside-the-home run tied the game a few batters before. Orlando Arcia concluded the four-run inning with a RBI single that drove in Justin Smoak.  The Brewers would add insurance runs in the eighth thanks to RBI sac fly by Smoak and a two-run single by Mark Mathias. The White Sox closed the game in the ninth with Gsrcia's third RBI of the game on a double. 


The Brewers will bounce back to Milwaukee on Friday for a weekend set against Cincinnati.

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