|Rookie slugger Davidson|
In an eight-run sixth inning, Davidson had two hits and three RBI. The White Sox DH set a career high with three hits and tied his single-game best with four RBI. Davidson started the scoring in the big inning with an RBI double and ended it with a two run single. Earlier, he launched a solo shot in the second, his fourth home run of the season, to give Milwauke a short-lived 1-0 lead. He's batting a solid .368 with 14 RBI after yesterday's show.
The decisive inning in the White Sox's 12-1 rout of Kansas City was Chicago's highest-scoring inning in five years.
Gonzalez was cruising, at one point setting down 12 straight Royal would-be hitters. He struck out five and issued one walk.
The Sox evened their record at 9-9 and are just a game behind AL Central co-leaders, Detroit and Cleveland. Chicago hosts the Royals for game two of their three-game series at 8:10 pm ET Tuesday night.
Eric Thames is absolutely crushing it this season for the Brewers.
|Thames: 10 HRs leads majors|
While the Brewers were piling up 10 runs over the first four innings, Thames was doing his part with a solo shot in the first and a two-run blast in the second as the Brewers went on to whip the Reds, 11-7, in the first game of their three-game set in Milwaukee.
The two squads will be back at it again Tuesday night for game two of the series. Game time is 8:40 pm ET.