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Sunday Preview: White Sox @ Indians

Tomorrow's match up between the White Sox and Indians features two up and coming pitchers as Gavin Floyd (0-1) takes on Fausto Carmona. The Indians have had there way with the White Sox, the Tribe have beaten the Sox 4 out of 5 this year. The Sox only win against the Indians this year came on Opening day at Us Cellular Field. ...

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Indians late inning home run beats White Sox

The White  Sox struggles have continued. On Saturday they led until Asdrubal Cabrera hit a homerun in the bottom of the eighth to tie the game at two. They would then fall behind. Reliever Matt Thorton gave up the lead when Shin-Soo Choo hit a double to score Grady Sizemore, and give the Indians a 3-2 lead. The lead would stand, as Chris Perez shut down the Sox in the ninth for the save. Peavy pitched well ...

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Talbot shuts down White Sox for first big league win

FROM ESPN.COM CLEVELAND -- Mitch Talbot pitched a complete game for his first career win and still got creamed -- by his Cleveland Indian  teammates. Talbot (1-0) was slathered with a shaving-cream pie in the face after beating the Chicago White Sox 6-2 Friday night."It's an awesome feeling," Talbot said -- about the win, not the pie. "I'm stunned, at a loss for words."The right-hander retired 12 in a row a ...

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Sox Split Series With Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays and Chicago White Sox split their four game series, ending with a Blue Jays win on Tuesday night.  Freddy Garcia lost his second game of the season, while Blue Jays pitcher Dana Eveland won his second game. Eveland pitched six strong innings, and Travis Snider powered the Jays over the Sox. Eveland didn't allow a run until a Sox homer in the fifth. The Sox struggled all night, against ...

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Cause for Concern? A Look at Jake Peavy’s First Start of 2010

Jake Peavy's first start of the 2010 season was if anything to me, concerning. No, I am not calling for Peavy's head, wishing the White Sox did not acquire him, or anything of that nature. I was just concerned with the way the start went. In actuality, Tuesday's start itself was not poor (5 IP, 7 H, 3 ER, 5 Ks, 44 Game Score, 104 pitches). Of course, it is not what White Sox fans want out from the 29-year-o ...

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