Lucas Giolito

Faedo fans a career-best 10, helping Tigers to a 7-2 win over White Sox

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Alex Faedo struck out a career-high 10 batters in six innings and the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago White Sox 7-2 on Thursday night.

Faedo (1-2) has 22 strikeouts and one walk in four starts this season. The 27-year-old right-hander allowed two runs on three hits against the White Sox.

Lucas Giolito (3-4) matched a career-high with seven walks and was tagged for four runs in 3 2/3 innings. He allowed six hits, including a home run, and struck out four. He was also called for two pitch-clock violations.

In the third inning, Jake Burger singled, and after Faedo struck out the next two hitters, pulled off the first stolen base of his career. Tim Anderson punched a 2-2 pitch into right field for an RBI single.

Giolito walked the bases loaded with one out in the Tigers' third. Matt Vierling hit a soft liner to second baseman Romy Gonzalez, who flipped to Anderson to double Riley Greene off second.

Detroit scored four runs in the fourth.

Akil Baddoo led off with a game-tying homer, and Miguel Cabrera followed with a walk and advanced to third on Eric Haase's double. With one out, Giolito walked Zach McKinstry, loading the bases, and Javier Baez lined a two-run single to center.

Spencer Torkelson made it 4-1 with a two-out single, ending Giolito's night.

Gavin Sheets led off the fifth with a home run to make it 4-2.

Greene delivered an RBI single that put the Tigers up 5-2 in the sixth. Zack Short's two-run single made it a five-run game in the eighth.

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