Anderson's team of the White Sox was ejected, Elvis Andrus hit his 2,000th streak in a win over the Giants

Anderson's team was sent off from the White Sox's 7-3 win over Giants Wednesday, the eighth time a shortstop has been sent out of a game.

The Sox did not fall on serve, as Hanser Alberto, his replacement on the field, hit a single RBI rap in two round fives against the righteous Logan Webb that gave the Sox a 4-1 lead.

Luis Robert had a double RBI in innings and Gavin Sheets, who went within three runs, had a two-run single in the seventh as the Sox improved to 3-3 after losing their home opener to the Giants Monday.

Dylan Halt, following a strong start on Opening Day, hit five hits and was unable to pitch past the fifth inning. Halt (2-0, 1.59 ERA) struck out eight hitters, however, and allowed one hit.

Anderson apparently for something he shouted from the dugout after Robert was called to strike by referee DJ Reyburn.

Before Robert struck—on two pitches that appeared to be on the outside—Anderson was given no timeout from Reyburn by two, and Webb threw a pitch to take the strike that was called before Anderson was set.

After Robert was summoned, Webb said something to Robert, and Anderson appeared to scream at Webb before he was sent away. “I screamed at (Reyburn) there,” he said.

However, Elvis Andrus moved from second base to play shortstop and Alberto entered the game at second base.

Jake Diekman, Aaron Bummer, Reynaldo Lopez and Jimmy Lambert combined for three innings of scoreless relief before Joe Kelly allowed two runs in the ninth.

Mister 2,000

Infielder Elvis Andrus racked up his 2,000th hit, a touchdown past Giants second baseman David Villar in the fifth inning.

Andrus' single moved Oscar Colas to third base, setting the table for an RBI single by Hanser Alberto and an RBI double by Luis Robert giving the Sox a 4-1 lead.

The hit for Andrus broke the 0-for-15 slip. He raised his hand in triumph, acknowledging the Sox dugout. The fans at the Guaranteed Rate Field jumped to their feet, many of whom knew Andrus was chasing the milestone.

Andrus, in his 15th season, is fourth among active players in hitting behind Miguel Cabrera (3,088), Joey Votto (2,093) and Nelson Cruz (2,018). Andrus ranks 290th on the all-time hit list.

Kopech is under review

After Michael Kopech gave up five home runs to the Giants Monday, Kopech and the coaching staff suggested tipping may have been a factor.

“We talked about it,” said Grifol. “We have seen it, our people have seen it, our team has seen it. I'll be keeping it at home but there will definitely be some adjustments.