"Yeah, he hit the [heck] out of that one," said Jenks with a laugh of Choo's grounder off the end of the bat rolling 15 to 20 feet up the third-base line. "He couldn't roll it any better."
The White Sox closer gave up one run in the ninth and walked two. He also struck out two and wasn't dissatisfied with the effort.
"Physically, I felt good," Jenks said. "Arm-wise, I felt good. I was a little off with my sinker. I missed with it. But my four-seam was good and had good location. They hit a few good pitches and a few things went their way."