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Gamethread: White Sox at Orioles

The South Siders look to get their fourth straight win

Baltimore Orioles v Chicago White Sox
With one great start vs. Baltimore already this year, Lucas Giolito takes his last start of the first half on Saturday.
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As we inch closer to All-Star Weekend, the White Sox and Orioles meet up for game two of the Oriole Park series. Chicago took the opener yesterday by a score of 12-1, and they look to add to a 7 12 -game lead in the AL Central. At 26 games out of first in the AL East, the Orioles look to snap a two-game losing streak.

Lucas Giolito is starting for the White Sox, in what will be his 18th start on the season. Giolito has pitched against Baltimore once this year: On May 30, Giolito pitched seven innings of one-run ball, striking out 12 Orioles batters and being credited with the win.

Let’s take a look at Giolito’s percentile numbers:

Baseball Savant

Thomas Eshelman is on the hill for the Orioles. This will be Eshelman’s fifth start since being called up on June 18. Eshelman’s season debut was his longest outing, pitching 4 23 innings and giving up an earned run.

Let’s take a look at Eshelman’s percentile numbers:

Baseball Savant

Here is the White Sox lineup for game two:

Here is the Orioles lineup for game two:

The game starts at 3:05 p.m. CT. NBCSC will air the game on TV. The radio broadcast will be on ESPN 1000. Ashley Sanders has your postgame Six Pack at SSS.