The Chicago White Sox bullpen pitched four scoreless, hitless innings on Saturday night, preserving a 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers, drawing even in their weekend interleague series at Dodger Stadium.
The Dodgers are 4-4 in interleague play this season.
Down 4-0 early, the Dodgers rallied to tie the game with four runs on six hits in the bottom of the third inning off Philip Humber, but they didn't score again. Humber picked up his third win of the season, allowing four runs in five innings.
Andre Ethier had two hits, a walk, and scored a run for the Dodgers. Bobby Abreu had two hits and an RBI.
Chad Billingsley allowed five runs on eight hits in six innings for the Dodgers, suffering his fifth defeat of the season. He struck out four and walked one. He hit Alexei Ramirez with a pitch to open the fourth inning, which led to what was ultimately the winning run for Chicago. Ramirez also had two hits and two RBI for the White Sox.
Alex Rios added two hits, including a triple, for the White Sox.
Chris Capuano starts the series finale for the Dodgers on Sunday afternoon, facing Jose Quintana for Chicago in a battle of left-handed pitchers.