Turnabout is Fair Play as Sox Host Pirates
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
White Sox vs. Pirates at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m. CT, CSN+) coming on the heels of a two-game series between the clubs in Pittsburgh Monday and Tuesday. Tonight’s contest is the first of a two-game set and five-game homestand that continues with three this weekend against the Rangers. Probable Starters: LHP John Danks (3-6, 5.16) for the Sox, LHP Jeff Locke (3-3, 4.90) for the Bucs.
Last Night’s Highlights
Jose Quintana had another quality start, giving up three runs over six innings, in the 3-0 loss to the Pirates.
White Sox vs. Pirates at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m. CT, CSN+). Probable Starters: RHP
Jeff Samardzija (4-4, 4.84) for the Sox, RHP Gerrit Cole (10-2, 1.71) for Pittsburgh.
Quote of the Day
Reliever Daniel Webb (pictured above), who pitched a scoreless seventh inning last night, on improving his control from last year to this year (via Scott Merkin, whitesox.com):
“Everybody knows and I knew that I needed to quit walking people. It was kind of in my mind and I was going about it the wrong way. Instead of just saying, ‘Challenge a guy and throw a strike,’ I would say, ‘All right don’t throw a ball.’ So, I think that’s probably the biggest thing. My thought process of challenging hitters.”
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Photo/Video of the Day
Charlotte right-hander Erik Johnson, who spent time with the White Sox last season, was outstanding last night against Pawtucket. The Sox prospect shut out the Pawsox for six innings, allowing no runs, three hits and three walks while striking out 11. The Knights won, 2-0. Here’s more on Johnson: