Chourio’s three-run homer helped the Milwaukee Brewers secure a 6-3 victory, marking the Chicago White Sox’s 11th consecutive loss

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Paul DeJong runs the bases after hitting a home run

Jackson Chourio hit a three-run homer, helping the Milwaukee Brewers defeat the White Sox 6-3 on Sunday. This extended Chicago’s losing streak to a season-high 11 games.

Gary Sánchez added a two-run single, and left fielder Christian Yelich made a crucial throw to home plate in the eighth inning, preventing the White Sox from tying the game. With this win, the NL Central leaders completed a three-game sweep. The Brewers (36-23) have now won five consecutive games and eight of their last 10, reaching a season-best 13 games above .500.

“We’re still a work in progress,” manager Pat Murphy commented. “Players are getting more comfortable in their roles. We understand how the season is going to be now.”

Chicago, with a record of 15-45, has lost 15 of their last 16 games and currently holds the worst record in the majors. Despite Paul DeJong’s homer and two RBIs, they couldn’t break their losing streak.

Freddy Peralta pitches to the batter in the first inning

Freddy Peralta (4-3) earned his first win since April 30 against Tampa Bay, striking out seven batters over five innings.

Chourio, batting ninth, hit a first-pitch slider from starter Nick Nastrini (0-5) for his sixth home run, following an RBI double by Jake Bauers, giving the Brewers a 4-2 lead in the second inning. DeJong’s solo homer in the fourth brought the White Sox closer, making it 4-3.

In the eighth inning, Chicago threatened to score, but Yelich’s throw to home plate caught Tommy Pham out, preserving the Brewers’ one-run lead.

After the play, there was a heated exchange between Contreras and Pham. Contreras stated, “I didn’t know what he was saying in my direction.” However, Pham had a different perspective, saying, “I’m nailed out at home by a mile. I hear the tough guy (Contreras) with all the hoorah (stuff). I never start anything, but I’ll be prepared to finish it.”


By Brian Anderson

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