All of them have come in his last 19 games. May.
It was largely thanks to Avisail Garcia.
Seattle Mariners' Guillermo Heredia, center, celebrates with teammates after he hit a walk-off RBI single to score Jarrod Dyson and give the Mariners a 5-4 win over the Chicago White Sox in the ninth inning of a baseball game, Thursday, May 18, 2017, in Seattle.
Case in point: the Chicago White Sox and the Seattle Mariners.
The Seattle Mariners recorded their second walkoff win of the season last night - the third time this year that a team has walked off against the Sox.
Rookie right-hander Sam Gaviglio makes the first career start against the White Sox at Safeco Field. Frazier contributed a two-run single, Matt Davidson hit a two-run homer to left, and Garcia outdid him in the same direction with a no-doubt clout down the line. Garcia was on a tear entering the game, hitting.361 in his previous nine games and finished with 4 for 5, adding another double in the seventh.
Pirates 10, Nationals 4: Adam Frazier had a career-high four RBIs, Josh Bell and John Jaso homered, and Pittsburgh rolled past Washington. "That's the most important thing", said Quintana, who has received only 14 runs of support in 57 1/3 innings this season. "That's what everybody is doing right now".
The error put runners at first and second with no outs, and the White Sox capitalized.
The White Sox led by eight runs -- Willy Garcia had a sac fly and Cabrera singled in two -- the next time Avisail Garcia stepped in. Everybody in the White Sox lineup had at least two hits except Willy Garcia, who compensated with a towering upper-tank shot for his first major league homer, and the silent treatment afterward.
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The Sox made it a blowout with a five-run fourth inning, which included Garcia's two-run double.
"In general (Garcia) opened up the game a little bit in the first inning with that homer and I think everybody kind of tacked on and kept playing", Chicago manager Rick Renteria said.
White Sox: RHP Mike Pelfrey (0-4, 5.70 ERA) is making his sixth start. Pelfrey had pitched into the fifth inning just once since joining the White Sox rotation in late-April, but Seattle's suddenly silent offence managed little.
But Dyson then beat out a double-play attempt to reach second on a Carlos Ruiz grounder to third. "It's always nice to take the mound and have a four-run lead at the beginning", Pelfrey said.
After Yolmer Sanchez led off with a walk, Melky Cabrera grounded a ball to Seattle utility infielder Mike Freeman, who was getting a start at second base with Robinson Cano on the disabled list. "Why we might perform better in one particular ballpark or another. that's baseball". The nine earned runs were the most allowed by Gallardo since the 2009 season when he was pitching with Milwaukee. "It's definitely frustrating coming from the starts I've had before that".
Avisail Garcia finished 4-for-5 and became the first White Sox hitter since Jermaine Dye on August 2, 2007 with four extra base hits. Miranda allowed one run in five innings in his last start.
SHORT HOPS: Freeman was the seventh position player to pitch in franchise history.
"Ricky told me if we got another run I was going out there", Robertson said. Chicago outscored Cincinnati 25-15 in the series and has 23 wins in its last 28 games against the Reds.