White Sox and Tribe end tied

March 24, 2009 by  

azhb_default_articleThe Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians battled to a 2-2 tie after ten innings today. Both teams had two runs scored on seven hits and two errors each. White Sox starter Aaron Poreda allowed the Sox only two runs in the third inning to the Tribe. Mark DeRosa and Grady Sizemore knocked in the two runs for off Poreda. Cleveland starter Fausto Carmona continued his dominance this spring going five shut-out innings and allowing only two hits. The Sox scored their two runs in the seventh off Jensen Lewis. Brent Lillibridge and Dewayne Wise drove in the two Sox runs.

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