Anthony Vasquez allowed just five hits over eight innings, leading the Lehigh Valley IronPigs over the Charlotte Knights in a 2-1 win on Thursday.
Vasquez (2-0) allowed one run while striking out seven to get the win.
After four scoreless innings, Lehigh Valley got on the board in the fifth when Taylor Featherston hit a single, scoring David Lough.
Charlotte answered in the top of the next frame when Leury Garcia scored on a ground out to tie the score.
The IronPigs took the lead for good in the eighth when Nick Williams scored on a forceout.
Chris Volstad (5-6) went eight innings, allowing two runs and nine hits to take the loss. He also struck out seven and walked two.
Edward Mujica retired the side in order for his 20th save of the season.
Ex-Knight Davidson hurts foot in White Sox debut
On what should have been a special day for him, Matt Davidson broke his right foot rounding first after an RBI single in his White Sox debut Thursday.
“You could see it when he went from second to third,” manager Robin Ventura said after the 6-5 win over Minnesota. “I know he’s not a good runner, but it was remarkably poor at that point.”
The former Arizona first-round pick was traded to Chicago before the 2014 season but had two poor years in the minors before this month’s selection as a Triple-A All-Star Game with the Charlotte Knights.
Chicago also lost Kevan Smith to back spasms an hour before his scheduled big league debut in April, and Jason Coats had to leave his first major league game after colliding with J.B. Shuck in the outfield earlier this month.
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