Despite being less than fully fit, Luis Robert Jr. remains a formidable option for the Chicago White Sox. Making his comeback in the lineup, Robert smashed a crucial solo home run, propelling the White Sox to a 5-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night. The standout All-Star batter connected with a poorly placed slider from Julian Merryweather, sending it soaring to the left and breaking the tie with two outs in the seventh inning. This pivotal hit, Robert's 32nd home run of the season, positioned him at the top of the team's home run leaderboard. The electrifying moment took place in a bustling Wrigley Field.