The Chicago White Sox came away with an 8-6 victory against the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday, following a series opener that was totally lacking in run production.
With the win, the South Siders evened the series and took every punch the Milwaukee could throw. The Brewers had the first lead when Aramis Ramirez scored on a Chicago fielding error.
Dayan Viciedo, who went 3-for-4 on the day, had two RBI singles on the night and a two-run homer that broke a 2-2 tie between the White Sox and Brewers.
Of course it didn't stop there, since both teams traded sequences of of scoring four unanswered runs. The rubber match to decide the interleague series will resume on Sunday.
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