Ichiro Suzuki homered twice and Seattle’s bullpen shut out the White Sox over the final four innings to end Chicago’s longest winning streak since July 2010.
Tom Wilhelmsen (2-1) pitched three scoreless innings, allowing one hit, for the victory. Hisashi Iwakuma earned his second save by pitching the 12th, retiring Adam Dunn on a grounder with a runner on second to end it.
Suzuki, just moved back to the leadoff spot Friday, hit two solo homers on a breezy, 73-degree day at U.S. Cellular Field. In addition to Suzuki and Saunders, Justin Smoak also went deep off Chicago starter Gavin Floyd.