Lucas Giolito dazzled in his postseason debut, stymieing the Oakland Athletics through six perfect innings and sending the Chicago White Sox to a 4-1 victory in the opener of their best-of-three wild-card series Tuesday.
Lucas Giolito completed the first no-hitter of 2020 MLB season. His 13 K's are the most strikeouts in a no-hitter in White Sox history. They have thrown 18 no-hitters entering today, but none of those pitchers had 10 strikeouts or more.
"It's my son." – @LGio27 on @NewDylancease7 Watch as Lucas Giolito, Starting Pitcher and Dugout Correspondent, takes fans through a game from the team’s point-of-view and hear from teammates on game action, Spring Training and life with the White Sox:
Lucas Giolito’s night … The first @whitesox pitcher to throw a shutout and throw 107 pitches or less since Chris Sale on 4/15/16. The most strikes thrown (82) in a White Sox shutout since John Danks on 5/31/15.