SEATTLE – Jose Aubrey scored a grand slam for his 200th career Homer for the second time, with Louis Robert and Zack Collins knocking it out of the park for the first time this season and the Chicago White Socks knocking out the Mariners 10-4 on Tuesday night. From Seattle.
The Mariners’ lucky night began when their starter, James Paxton, left the game with an injury to his left elbow after 24 pitches and continued a barrage of long balls from the white socks.
Cuban Robert broke the dive 3-3 in the fifth inning with a two-run homer to Nick Marquez. Collins overtook Chicago by hosting Magovicius (0-1), who took the loss with a three-run home run in the second inning to replace Paxton in the max.
Cuban Aubrey closed the night with two outs in eighth place against Keenan Middleton, the second Grand Slam of his career and second so far this year.
Chicago starter Lucas Giolitto (1-0) dominated early on, wandering for an inning and leaving the pitch after 5 1/3 innings. Giolitto finished with five batters in a row and 10 strikeouts. He struggled in third place, conceding three Seattle runs in four wins, but nine of the last 10 batsmen he faced were outscored after 96 pitches to retire.
As for the White Sox, the Cubans were Louis Robert 4-2, with two runs and two Reserve Banks; Jose Aubrey 4-1, one goal and five productions; Yon Moncada scored 3-0, one goal. Dominicans German Mercedes 5-1; Liuri Garcia 5-0.
As for the Mariners, the Dominican Jose Marmolejos are 1-0. Venezuela Luis Torrance 4-1.