Minnesota Twins player Miguel Sanó (r) celebrates with teammate Tony Diaz during a game against the Chicago White Sox, a deputy at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, Illinois (USA), this September 16, 2020. . / Tannen Maury

Chicago (USA), Sep 16 . .- Dominican first baseman Miguel Sanó hit a good home run for two runs and led the attack of the Minnesota Twins, who beat the Chicago White Sox 5-1.
Sanó (12) disappeared the ball from the field in the eighth inning, leading a runner ahead against the work of relief Matt Foster.
Puerto Rican ranger Eddie Rosario (11) also bounced the ball across the fence, solitary, in the second inning on pitches from starter Lucas Giolito.
Outfielder Byron Buxton (10) blew the ball off the field with a four-corner hit with a runner ahead.
On the mound, the victory was scored by the relay Cody Stashak (1-0) in two innings and a third.
For the White Sox, Cuban designated hitter José Abreu (16) hit a full return on Odorizzi’s pitches in the fourth inning.
With his home runs, Abreu rises to the Major League Baseball home run runner-up, where he ties the Twins ‘Dominican Nelson Cruz and the Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout.
The defeat was carried by Giolito (4-3) in six episodes.