Eaton has 4 hits, Frazier homers; White Sox beat Twins 11-4

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Todd Frazier homered for the second straight game, Adam Eaton had four hits and the Chicago White Sox pulled away to beat the Minnesota Twins 11-4 on Friday night.

Carlos Rodon (6-8) tied a season-high with seven innings pitched for his career-high fourth straight win as the White Sox ended a four-game losing streak.

Brian Dozier homered for Minnesota, which ended a 13-game losing streak Thursday. The Twins have the majors’ worst record at 50-85.

Rodon wasn’t as sharp as his previous five outings when he was 3-0 with a 1.47 ERA, with each one a quality start. He allowed seven hits, four runs — three earned — and hit two batters, but was more successful later in the game, retiring eight of the final nine hitters he faced.

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