Chicago White Sox pitcher Dylan Siez, for the most part, is very good this season.
However, in his last assignment on Tuesday, he shelled out for seven earned runs in just three innings.
He faced the Boston Red Sox, one of the hottest teams in the league, and couldn’t help his team win.
The Red Sox had eight hits and two walks against Siege.
Wright knocked out four enemies, but it didn’t really matter: the damage was done.
Left home runs for a red-hot offense.
Harler, however, did not rule out the possibility of understanding his mechanics and / or delivery at night in Boston.
“It’s possible, of course, but I don’t know for sure,” said Dylan Siege. “They must have had some comfortable swings there. We have to see. I don’t really want to say without knowing for sure that it’s one way or another. But it is possible, “tweeted James Fagan, who covers White Sox for Athletic, quoting some of Siege.
“It’s possible, of course, but I don’t know for sure,” said Dylan Siege. “They must have had some comfortable swing there. We have to see. I don’t really want to say without knowing for sure that it’s one way or another. But it’s possible.”
– James Fagan (JRFegan) May 25, 2022
His second bad outing in his last three attempts
He’s not convinced, but it looks like he’s pressing his pitches against the Red Sox.
It was Cesz’s second sticker in his last three outings: he allowed six runs in four innings against the Yankees on May 12, then rebounded to a 5.2 scoreless frame in Kansas City on May 17.
Overall, Cease is playing a 4.24 ERA after yesterday’s game (it was 3.09 when he took the mound).
He’s a very good pitcher, but there’s a tendency for such outings every once in a while.
Nevertheless, he remains an important part of the future of the White Sox.