Astros Vs. White Sox Score Update: White Sox fall 11-9

There was no shortage of runs in Chicago on Sunday afternoon, but unfortunately, the White Sox couldn't quite score enough to keep up with the Houston Astros, as they fell 11-9 in the series-finale.

Philip Humber really struggled on the mound, allowing six hits and five earned runs in 5.1 innings. Humber did strike out nine batters, but saw his record fall to 2-4. The bullpen also had trouble slowing down the Astros, with Nate Jones Zach Stewart combining to allow five earned in runs in just 2.2 innings. Despite allowing five earned runs, Lucas Harrell earned the win for Houston.

The White Sox offense provided great run support, including home runs from Adam Dunn, Paul Konerko and Orlando Hudson. However, the Astros were also hitting the ball out of the park, with Jose Altuve, Justin Maxwell, J.D. Martinez and Brett Wallace all bashing home runs.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more in-depth coverage, visit White Sox blog South Side Sox. Also be sure to check out Astros blog Crawfish Boxes. For more from around Major League Baseball, head over to Baseball Nation.

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