The Detroit Tigers thumped early, often in a 10-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox

The Chicago White Sox took a first-inning lead against the Detroit Tigers for the third game in a row.

In those three opening frames, the White Sox scored one race on Friday on left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez, two races on Saturday on right-hander Casey Mize and two races on Sunday on left-hander Tarik Skubal.

To go with the two early runs in Sunday’s series final, the White Sox continued to hammer Skubal, adding two runs in the third inning and one more in the fourth. The Tiger offensive, meanwhile, never showed up in the 10-1 loss at Comerica Park to drop the series by three games.

“You just have to turn the page,” said third baseman Jeimer Candelario.

Detroit Tigers catcher Tucker Barnhart (15) flies out against Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Michael Kopech (34) during second inning action Sunday, April 10, 2022 at Comerica Park in Detroit.

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The Tigers (1-2) scored their one run on two hits and two walks.

They also had two throwing errors, including a lazy throw from shortstop Javier Báez, who pulled first baseman Spencer Torkelson off the bag in the fourth inning. The failure of Báez, who signed a $ 140 million six-year contract this offseason, led to the White Sox’s fourth run.

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