MONTREAL (Ticker) -- After collecting 18 hits in their previous game, the
needed just three to make it two straight wins over the
Chicago White Sox
hit a two-run home run off
with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Expos defeated the
, 4-2, in the rubber game of the series.
"We still battle and fight to the end," Cabrera said. "I'm trying to hit the ball hard and be aggressive at the plate. He (Garland) was throwing me a sinker inside for the last three at-bats. I know he didn't want to walk me."
Garland (5-4) retired the first 16 batters he faced and gave up just one hit over the first eight innings - a two-run single to
in the sixth.
Vidro ripped a one-out double past first baseman
in the ninth before Cabrera lined a 2-0 pitch over the left field wall to win it.
The Expos outslugged the
, 17-14, on Saturday, but the pitchers restored order in this one as the contest lasted just 1 hour, 54 minutes.
"After last night, I'm sure happy," Vidro said. "It was me and Cabrera. After last night, the pitchers came out with great stuff. For five innings, the guy (Garland) was in control."
allowed two runs - one earned - and eight hits in eight innings.
(2-1) tossed the ninth to record the win.
Day rebounded after allowing four runs in 1 1/3 innings in his last start against Minnesota.
"I didn't get down on myself," he said, "I'm going to allow myself a bad game once in awhile. I just had to get back to the basics."
"(Day) certainly gave the bullpen a break," Expos manager
added. "We only had to go there for one inning and Cordero gave us what we needed."
The three hits allowed by Garland, who walked three and struck out seven, were a season low.
But he ran into control problems in the sixth, walking
to load the bases. Vidro ripped a single up the middle to end the no-hitter and give the Expos the lead.
"I wanted to go after him and make him beat me and he did," Garland said.
, who scored their first run in the second when
grounded into double play, tied it on
's leadoff homer in the seventh.