Beckham haunts former team as Tigers top White Sox

Daniel Norris tossed five scoreless innings in his first start this season, Gordon Beckham hit a solo homer and the host Detroit Tigers edged the Chicago White Sox 4-3 on Sunday.Norris (1-0) allowed two hits and struck out six. Shane Greene recorded his 10th save by getting the last three outs, including two strikeouts.Miguel Cabrera and Niko Goodrum also drove in a run for Detroit, which won two of the three games in the series. The teams were originally scheduled to play a four-game set but Saturday’s game was postponed due to rain.Nicholas Castellanos scored two runs, while Brandon Dixon had two hits and drove in a run.White Sox starter Reynaldo Lopez (1-3) gave up three runs (two earned) and seven hits in six innings while striking out eight. Leury Garcia and Tim Anderson drove in runs for Chicago.The Tigers grabbed the lead in the bottom of the second. Candelario drilled a one-out triple to right-center field. He scored on Dixon’s infield single.Chicago threatened in the fourth but couldn’t break through. Anderson drew a leadoff walk and eventually reached third by swiping the next two bags. Norris struck out Yoan Moncada to end the threat.