Yankees RHP Luis Severino recovered after allowing two first inning runs and went on to pitch seven innings in the Yankees' win over the White Sox on Wednesday night.
Severino allowed three hits in the first inning, leading to both runs, before retiring the final two batters he faced in the inning.
Jose Abreu drove in the game's first run in the bottom of the first when he hit an RBI double against Severino. Daniel Palka knocked in another run later in the inning when he hit an RBI single to center field.
The 24-year-old right-hander then pitched three scoreless innings before Tim Anderson took him deep in the fifth inning for Chicago's third run of the game.
After allowing a leadoff double to Nicky Delmonico to begin the seventh inning, Severino retired the next three batters to face him as he threw his 109th pitch of the night. He struck out eight batters and had no walks.
Severino was backed by his offense, which scored scored six runs in the second inning.
He lowered his ERA to 3.11 on the season.