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Co Q 10

August 21 vs Oakland Athletics

Toon Squad Update:
Vitamin Flintheart
Give 'em a double dose

Short Take: Quintana plus defense equals win number ten.

For Jose Quintana, ten wins in a season has been a difficult milestone. Today, the Sox provided just enough run support and the bullpen provided just enough pitching support to boost Jose into new territory. With some nice defense behind some great starting pitching, the Sox defeated the Athletics by a score of 4-2.

The A's threatened in the top of the 1st, with a one-out single followed by a double. Quintana struck out Khris Davis, and then JB Shuck made a great play on a hard hit shot to center by Ryon Healy, snuffing the A's scoring chance.

The Sox got right down to business. Adam Eaton led off with a single, and went to third on Tim Anderson's single. Eaton made the mistake of trying to score on Melky Cabrera's infield grounder and was thrown out at the plate. Jose Abreu hit a shot to deep short that Marcus Semien was unable to turn into a double play. Justin Morneau smashed a double to the wall in left center, but only Anderson scored. Todd Frazier singled past Semien to score both Abreu and Morneau. The Sox led 3-0 after the 1st.

Quintana was efficent with his pitches, around the plate most of the day. In the 4th the A's closed the score gap on a double by Semien and a homer by Davis. Jose was undeterred by the homer, and continued to attack the strike zone. It paid off as these were the only two runs on the opponents' board.

Abreu got one of the runs back in the bottom of the 4th with a line drive homer to the left field stands. That turned out to be the final run of the day. A's relief pitching shut down the Sox offense, and Quintana, Nate Jones, and David Robertson shut down the Athletics offense the rest of the way.

Monday is an off day. Interleague play begins again on Tuesday at 7:10 pm against the Philadelphia Phillies. Carlos Rodon faces Jake Thompson on WPWR My50 Chicago.

That's all folks:
Well-deserved reward for some hard work.

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