Nationals beat White Sox 9-5: Recap 6/4/19
The Washington Nationals beat the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday evening at Nationals Park in regular season action. The Nats’ record currently stands at 27-33. The White Sox drop to 29-31.
Stephen Strasburg pitched a very strong five innings for Washington, allowing five hits and six strikeouts. Also, it was Stephen Strasburg’s 100th career win, all with the Nationals. Wander Suero allowed two hits and two strikeouts in relief for Washington.
In the bottom of the third inning, third baseman Anthony Rendon doubled to deep right center, scoring Adam Eaton and Trea Turner.
In the bottom of the fourth, Howie Kendrick homered to center (419 feet).
In the bottom of the fifth, Rendon hit a 3-run shot to center (416 feet). Also in the bottom of the fifth, second baseman Howie Kendrick doubled to deep left, scoring Matt Adams. Lastly, in the bottom of the fifth centerfielder Victor Robles homered to center (423 feet).
With a win over the White Sox, the Nationals play the final game of the series tomorrow at 1:05pm. Pitching for the Nationals will be Anibal Sanchez.