But on Monday they got to experience this giving routine from the other side, the
The White Sox and Dodgers entered the game tied for the fourth-most errors in the majors, both having committed 44. Some ties are meant to be broken.
Kershaw (4-2) made only one mistake in his eight innings. He gave up two runs on just four hits. He did not walk a batter and matched his season high with nine strikeouts.
Kershaw was just merrily going on his way early, not allowing a baserunner through the opening 3 1/3 innings, looking a lot like a guy determined to put his last outing (three runs, seven hits in seven innings) behind him.
Abreu sent his 16th home run of the season out to left field on a line. It was a shot that seemed to get into the stands within a tenth of a second.
But after the fourth, the White Sox resumed going down quietly and eventually aided the Dodgers in their comeback. Kershaw actually got the rally going with a leadoff single in the sixth off
One out later
Instead, Gillaspie hesitated before throwing to first – on a bounce that got past Abreu for a second error. That allowed Kershaw to score and the inning changed dramatically.