Due to weather, the Cleveland Guardians were forced to play the Chicago White Sox in a traditional doubleheader on Wednesday. Cleveland was able to win both ballgames, winning the first by a final of 11-1 and the second by a final of 2-1.

In the first game, Guardians ace pitcher Shane Bieber got his first win of the season, going 6.0 complete innings while striking out seven batters and allowing one earned run on four hits. All-star third baseman Jose Ramirez went 1-4 at the plate with the one hit being a grand slam in the second inning, his second grand slam of the season. The Guardians were able to capitalize on poor defense by the White Sox, getting eight straight hits and nine runs in the second inning alone.

In the second game, Guardians starting pitcher Triston McKenzie went 4.1 innings while striking out four batters, but walking four and allowing one hit and one earned run. Relief pitcher Anthony Gose got the win for going 1.2 innings but striking out four batters in his short appearance. Ramirez showed up again getting an RBI double in the first inning, while outfielder Oscar Mercado got the other run with an RBI double in the bottom of the fourth inning.

The doubleheader sweep gives the Guardians a 6-5 record, while the White Sox fall to a record of 6-5 as well.

The Guardians next game will wrap up the home series against the White Sox on Thursday, April 21st, with first pitch set for 1:10 p.m.