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Salazar strikes out 10, but allows 5 runs in loss
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According to Elias Sports Bureau, Salazar became the first pitcher from the modern era (since 1900) to have 10 or more strikeouts in less than four innings.
“I rather see it over seven innings. Again, the stuff is there. He is young. He is still learning how to pitch. We love him to death, but there is still some learning to do,” Francona said.
Abreu hit tape-measure drives in the second and fifth innings and drove in three runs. The Cuban slugger hit the first two homers of his major league career Tuesday in Colorado.
Abreu has four homers and 14 RBIs in 10 games.
“Going around the league, I think you would give the advantage to the pitchers because he hasn’t seen them. Eventually, there’s going to be some going back and forth and trying to figure out how to pitch him,” White Sox manager Robin Ventura said.
“He’s just talented. He hits things hard, and when he hits it hard, they go a long way, whether it’s left field or right field. He’s doing it for us.”
Abreu homered to lead off the bottom of the second to cut the lead in half, but Asdrubal Cabrera got the run back with a homer leading off the third.
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