Anderson caps White Sox comeback with walk-off HR

Tim Anderson belted a solo homer with two outs in the ninth inning as the host Chicago White Sox overcame a seven-run deficit to post a wild 12-11 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Friday.After making a pair of solid defensive plays in the top of the ninth inning, Anderson, who finished with four hits, deposited a first-pitch slider from Joe Jimenez (1-1) over the wall in left field for his first career walk-off homer.Alex Colome (1-0) worked around a leadoff walk in the ninth inning to pick up the win.Jose Abreu had a two-run homer in the sixth and hit another ball over the fence for an apparent three-run homer in the seventh, but instead was credited with a two-run single off Reed Garrett after he was ruled out for inadvertently passing Anderson on the bases.Abreu finished with four hits and five RBIs, Yonder Alonso and Jose Rondon each had a solo shot and Yoan Moncada had a two-run single to highlight Chicago’s 21-hit performance.Miguel Cabrera homered among his four hits, Grayson Greiner launched a two-run homer and Nicholas Castellanos, JaCoby Jones and Ronny Rodriguez also went deep for the Tigers, who entered the game with 14 homers on the season, fewest in baseball.