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13-9, 1st in AL Cent

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The White Sox continue to surprise, improving to 13-9 with their sixth straight win after beating the Tigers in 10 innings. What's amazing is they're doing this even though several key guys have struggled: Jose Abreu and Melky Cabrera hit their first home runs on Saturday, Todd Frazier is under .200, Tim Anderson has struggled and Jose Quintana has been inconsistent. This will quiet the trade rumors for now.

Cabrera smacks go-ahead homer for White Sox (0:20)
Abreu goes yard twice against Tigers (0:30)

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There was no shortage of long balls on Friday. There were a season-high 48 home runs yesterday, including three moonshots over 450 feet.

Frazier, Garcia smash back-to-back homers (0:24)

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Corey Seager's solo shot off Johnny Cueto takes the crown for Wednesday's longest home run. Scott Schebler's 442-foot blast was part of a two-homer day, giving him 7 for the year, good for third in the NL. Ryan Schimpf rounds out the list with his clutch long ball against the Diamondbacks.

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Davidson: We Believe We Can Win In This Clubhouse

White Sox 3B Matt Davidson chats with Buster Olney about his bounce-back season with Chicago, the challenges he faced in his career, the fun in the White Sox clubhouse & more.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The White Sox finished off a three-game sweep of the struggling Royals with a 5-2 win at Guaranteed Rate Field on Tuesday afternoon. Jose Quintana struck out 10 over six innings, including a career-best seven during his first three frames. Red-hot Avisail Garica continued his torrid start with his fourth homer. Chicago now heads to Detroit for a weekend series. Depending on the Detroit-Seattle game later, the teams could enter the series deadlocked for first atop the AL Central. Meanwhile, the Royals have dropped seven straight and have scored two or fewer runs in nine of their last 10 games.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The White Sox say that Jose Abreu has been initially diagnosed with a mild right hip flexor strain. Chicago heads for Detroit after today's series finale with the Royals, and Abreu will be re-evaluated there. His availability is listed as day to day.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Just when it appeared that the White Sox have their offense rolling, they may have lost their clean-up hitter. Jose Abreu slipped while he was trying to retrieve an errant grounder and immediately grabbed at his hamstring. He limped off the field, mostly off his own power. Hopefully it's not serious.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Take a good pitcher trying to rediscover himself and an opponent struggling horrifically at the plate, and this is what you get: The White Sox's Jose Quintana has struck out seven Royals over his first three innings, the most he's ever punched out over the first three frames of an outing. Chicago leads 2-0.

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White Sox place Putnam on DL, recall Beck

Right-hander Zach Putnam has been placed on the 10-day disabled list by the Chicago White Sox because of inflammation in his pitching elbow.

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White Sox recall Soto (elbow) from DL

The White Sox have recalled catcher Geovany Soto from the 10-day disabled list and moved outfielder Charlie Tilson to the 60-day disabled list.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average2.961st
Quality Starts11Tied-17th
Batting Average.23921st
On Base Percentage.30023rd
Slugging Percentage.39120th

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