Late inning error helps Oakland beat Chicago 3-2
Monday, July 15, 2019

Late inning error helps Oakland beat Chicago 3-2
(OAKLAND) – Chad Pinder liked his chances of getting to second base when a grounder by Ramon Laureano in the ninth inning took White Sox shortstop Jose Rondon deep in the hole. Once Rondon's throw sailed wide for an error, Pinder popped up and kept running, scoring all the way from first base on Rondon's throwing error trying to start a double play, and Oakland beat Chicago 3-2 on Sunday. Pinder singled as a pinch-hitter off Jace Fry (1-4) to begin the ninth, and eventually come around to score. Mark Canha had two hits and Matt Chapman added an RBI for Oakland, who have won 10 of their last 12 games to put themselves in solid playoff contention. Liam Hendriks (4-0) retired three batters to get the win for Oakland. Eloy Jimenez homered for the White Sox. Yolmer Sanchez had two hits and Rondon had an RBI double. Chicago was outscored 21-5 in the three games. Jimenez entered the day tied for the lead in home runs among rookies in the AL, then padded that total with his 17th in the seventh against starter Bret Anderson. White Sox starter Reynaldo Lopez allowed an unearned run, had seven strikeouts in six innings and left with a 2-1 lead.

NY Yankees 4 – Toronto 2
Tampa Bay 4 – Baltimore 1
Cleveland 4 – Minnesota 3
Houston 12 – Texas 4
LA Angels 6 – Seattle 3

LA Dodgers 7 – Boston 4 (12 innings)