Game Two Ends in a Tie…
The White Sox and Dodgers played game two of the spring season on Sunday and the game ended in a 2-2 after nine full innings. Let’s take a look back at some of the highlights from Sunday’s matinee:
Erik Johnson started for Chicago and allowed one run on four hits over three innings. Johnson, 23, pitched for both Kannapolis and Winston-Salem in 2012. In nine games with the Intimidators, Johnson posted a 2-2 mark with a 2.30 ERA. In eight games with the Dash, he went 4-3 with a 2.74 ERA.
Two 2012 Charlotte Knights relievers pitched on Sunday. Daniel Moskos and Jhan Carlos Marinez both appeared in the game out of the bullpen for Chicago. Moskos walked one and struck-out one in an inning of work. Marinez allowed one run on one hit (solo home run to Luis Cruz) in one inning.
As for the offense, the Sox combined to have just seven hits in the game. The big hit of the game came off of the bat of Adam Dunn, who launched a two-run home run in the fourth inning. In two games, the Sox have three home runs (Tyler Flowers and Seth Loman both homered on Saturday).
Knight Lights: On his 35th birthday, former Knight Dewayne Wise went 1-3 at the plate… Steve Tolleson went 1-1… Tolleson was signed as a free agent during the offseason… Tolleson, the son of former Major League Wayne Tolleson, is a product of nearby University of South Carolina… He was a fifth round pick of the Minnesota Twins in the 2005 draft… 2012 Knights Dallas McPherson and Ozzie Martinez each had an at-bat for the Dodgers… They each went 0-1… McPherson made a nice play in the field at first base.
Sunday’s full stats: Game Report