White Sox 7 (ss), Blue Jays (ss) 4
Mar. 08, 1994
DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) _ Brandon Wilson hit a three-run homer in Chicago's four-run 10th inning and a White Sox split squad beat a Toronto Blue Jays split squad 7-4 in an exhibition game Monday.
Rookie shortstop Alex Gonzalex, bidding for a starting job with Toronto, comitted three errors, including two in the 10th that tagged the loss on reliever Tony Castillo.
Howard Battle, who struck out to end the game, sent the game into extra innings tied 3-3 when he hit a solo homer off Luis Andujar in the bottom of the ninth. The homer was Battle's first of the spring.
Chicago reached right-hander Woody Williams for three runs in the sixth to take a 3-2 lead, keyed by doubles by Craig Grebeck and Julio Franco.
Left-hander Al Leiter started for the Blue Jays, tossing three scoreless ininngs and striking out two.
The Blue Jays staked Leiter to a 2-0 lead with a run in the second and a solo homer by Gonzalez in the third.