Liriano shaky as A's rally past Sox
CHICAGO – Tyler Flowers got some rare playing time Saturday night behind the plate for the White Sox. He responded with a career-high three hits, including a homer, and three RBIs.
But a 9-7 loss to the Oakland Athletics kept him from enjoying his big night.
“It’s nice, but I’d rather win the game. Defense and the pitchers are the priority,” said Flowers, who also dropped a popup for an error. “It’s not as good as if we had won the game.”
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