The Chicago White Sox grew to become the primary group to clinch a division title for the 2021 season.
The White Sox defeated the Cleveland Indians on Thursday within the first recreation of a doubleheader, 7-2. It’s the primary group to clinch a division crown this season. The Tampa Bay Rays, Milwaukee Brewers, San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers have all clinched postseason berths with division titles nonetheless up for grabs.
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Chicago (86-66) stormed out of the gate scorching. Tim Anderson hit a solo house run within the first inning and a three-run house run within the second inning. Eloy Jimenez and Luis Robert additionally hit second-inning house runs for the White Sox. Chicago hit three homers within the second as a part of a six-run inning.
It was all they wanted.
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It was the primary division title for the White Sox since 2008. In that season, the group misplaced in 4 video games within the American League Division Sequence towards the Rays.
The group made the playoffs in 2020 when MLB expanded the playoffs as a result of coronavirus-impacted season. The group misplaced in three video games to the Oakland Athletics.
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The Indians, who’ve had an up and down season themselves, are nonetheless in second place within the AL Central and may salvage a stable season by the top of it. They fall to 74-77 with the loss.
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