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Sox Aim For Series Split Amid Roster Changes

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Today’s News

This Afternoon’s Game

White Sox vs. Tigers at U.S. Cellular Field (1:10p.m., CT, CSN) in the finale of the four-game series and seven-game homestand. Starters: LHP Jose Quintana (6-10, 3.48) for the Sox, RHP Rick Porcello (15-8, 3.06) for Detroit.

Sox Starting Lineup: Eaton CF, Sanchez 2B, Abreu DH, A. Garcia RF, Gillaspie 3B, Viciedo LF, Andy Wilkins 1B, Flowers C, L. Garcia SS.

Andy Wilkins, who is making his major-league debut today, has hit 30 homers, driven in 85 and batted .293 with an .896 OPS with Class AAA Charlotte in 127 games this season. He leads the International League in homers, extra-base hits (69) and total bases (274), ranks second in RBI and slugging percentage (.558) and is fourth in hits and runs scored.

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Plays of the Day

Game 1:

Down 3-0 heading into the bottom of the first inning against defending American League Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer, Chris Sale and the Sox came back to take the first game of yesterday’s twin bill from the Tigers, 6-3…Settling down after the first, Sale pitched six shutout innings the rest of the way, allowing just three hits during that time, struck out a season-high 13 in all and K’d the side four times in seven innings while getting his 11th win (see top link below)…Adam Dunn smashed a two-run homer, his 20th of the season and 460th of his career (click on middle link below), in the four-run Sox third and Tyler Flowers belted No. 10, a solo shot in the fourth (click on bottom link below)…Jose Abreu went 3-4 with an RBI and a run scored and Adam Eaton collected two hits and scored a run…Alexei Ramirez doubled, drove in a run and scored twice…Zach Putnam pitched a scoreless eighth and Jake Petricka did likewise in the ninth, recording his 10th save.

http://m.mlb.com/video/v35798623

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Game 2:

Dayan Viciedo blasted his 17th homer, a three-run shot, in the Sox loss to Detroit in the nightcap of the doubleheader (please click on link below)…Ramirez doubled twice and scored a run, Eaton singled, walked and scored and Abreu singled and walked twice.

http://atmlb.com/1B6bQKt   

Adam Dunn to Oakland

Prior to today’s game, the White Sox traded Dunn and cash considerations to Oakland in exchange for right-handed pitcher Nolan Sanburn.

Sanburn, 23, is 3-1 with a 3.28 ERA, six saves and 73 strikeouts in 42 relief appearances this season with Class A Stockton of the California League.  The 6-foot-0, 175-pound Sanburn has thrown 2.0 IP or more 21 times for Stockton.

He is 4-5 with a 2.93 ERA and 118 strikeouts in 65 games (nine starts) over three minor-league seasons.  Sanburn was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 10 Prospect in the A’s organization entering the 2014 season and the No. 10 Prospect by MLB.com entering the 2013 campaign. A native of Kokomo, Ind., Sanburn was selected by Oakland in the second round of the 2012 draft out of the University of Arkansas.

Alejandro De Aza to Baltimore

During last night’s game, the White Sox traded outfielder Alejandro De Aza to Baltimore in exchange for right-handed pitchers Mark Blackmar and Miguel Chalas.

Blackmar, 22, is 10-1 with a 3.18 ERA, 83 strikeouts and a .229 opponents average in 26 games (18 starts) with Class A Frederick of the Carolina League.  Over his last 10 games (all starts), the 6-foot-3, 215-pound Blackmar has gone 6-0 with a 2.09 ERA, allowing just 45 hits. A native of Corpus Christi, Texas, he is 21-13 with a 3.75 ERA in 74 games (36 starts) over four minor-league seasons since being selected by the Orioles in the 16th round of the 2011 draft.

Chalas, 22, has combined to go 3-4 with a 4.48 ERA in 30 relief appearances this season between Frederick and Class AAA Norfolk of the International League.  In two games since being promoted to Norfolk, the 6-foot-0, 170-pound Chalas is 1-1 with a 1.29 ERA. Chalas, a native of Seibo, Dominican Republic, has gone 24-21 with a 3.73 ERA and 300 strikeouts in 115 games over five minor-league seasons since signing with the Orioles as a free agent on February 24, 2010.

Roster Moves

Before today’s game, the White Sox purchased the contracts of left-handed pitcher Scott Snodgress and first baseman Wilkins from Charlotte, and also returned Moises Sierra from his injury rehabilitation assignment at Charlotte and reinstated the outfielder from the 15-day disabled list.

Snodgress, 24, takes the roster spot of right-hander Chris Bassitt, who was optioned to Charlotte following last night’s game.  Wilkins, 25, takes the roster spot of Dunn, who was while Sierra replaces De Aza, who was traded to Baltimore last night.

Sox Notes of Note

With his K total yesterday, Sale now has 17 double-digit career strikeout games, tying him with Hall of Famer Ed Walsh for the most in franchise history. Walsh got to 17 in 288 starts, Chris in 81…Abreu is hitting .541 during his current 11-game hitting streak and has hit safely in 15 of his last 16 games (.458). He finished the doubleheader with a .321 average for the season, good enough for fifth in the AL. He also is tied for the major-league lead and ranks first among AL run producers with 98 RBI…Eaton is batting .435 with seven runs scored during his six-game hitting streak and is now at .311 this year, tied for sixth among AL hitters…Carlos Sanchez has hit safely in seven of his eight games (.313) since joining the Sox from Charlotte on August 22.

On the Farm

Left-hander Carlos Rodon, the Sox’ top draft pick this past June, allowed two runs, seven hits and three walks while striking out seven in five innings for Charlotte last night vs. the Gwinnett Braves…Righty Francellis (Frank) Montas allowed just one run on one hit over five innings in his first start at Class AA Birmingham.

LaRussa in the House

Former Sox manager Tony LaRussa, who was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in July, was honored by the Sox last night and threw out a ceremonial first pitch. It was also LaRussa bobblehead night. Here is LaRussa embracing one of his former players and biggest stars, Harold Baines.

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Quote of the Day

Sale on the Sox grit in Game 1:

“What I really respect about this team and what was the [most fun] part was watching them come back. We get in a hole there early and our work ethic, our focus and our drive hasn’t attenuated one bit. We fought until the end against a great team and a great pitcher.”

For the record, Chris’ word of the start was attenuated. Translated, it means “weakened in force or effect.”

Tomorrow’s Schedule

Off Day. On Tuesday night, it’ll be the White Sox vs. Twins at Target Field, Minneapolis (7:10, CT, CSN) in the opener of a brief two-game set and five-game road trip that concludes with a three-game weekend series in Cleveland. Starters: RHP Hector Noesi (8-8, 4.30) for the Sox, LHP Tommy Milone (0-1, 7.94) for Minnesota.

Photos/Videos of the Day

U.S Cellular Field was buzzing last night as the Sox honored the U.S. champion Jackie Robinson West Little Leaguers. Here are two videos and a montage of photos illustrating the activities.

The photos: Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf and Executive Vice President Ken Williams presented JRW with a 20,000 check from Chicago White Sox Charities; the youngsters proudly displayed their Sox jerseys with their own individual numbers, signed by the 2014 White Sox; and all of the young men ran the bases and high-or-low-fived the Sox players en route to home plate.

http://m.mlb.com/video/v35824059

http://m.mlb.com/video/v35803445

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That’s More Like It

Thursday, August 28, 2014

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Today’s News

Tonight’s Game

White Sox vs. Indians at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, CSN) in the rubber match of the three-game series. Starters: LHP John Danks (9-8, 4.96) for the Sox, RHP Carlos Carrasco (5-4, 3.14) for Cleveland.

Plays of the Day

Hector Noesi tossed seven strong innings, Adam Eaton doubled, tripled and scored twice and Jose Abreu went 3-4 with two RBI in last night’s 3-2 win over the Tribe…Noesi won his eighth game of season, allowing just two runs on six hits and a walk while striking out five…Abreu’s RBI single in the seventh that scored Eaton was the eventual game winner and gave him his American League-leading 96th run batted in…Additionally, Adam Dunn doubled in a run and Conor Gillaspie pounded out three singles in four at-bats…Jake Putnam came on in the ninth with the potential tying and go-ahead runs on base and got the last out for his fourth save.

Noesi’s fine outing, Eaton’s triple and Abreu’s two RBI:

http://m.mlb.com/video/v35728767

http://m.mlb.com/video/v35721261

http://m.mlb.com/video/v35720959

http://m.mlb.com/video/v35726043

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Sox Notes of Note

The White Sox continue to have three players among the AL’s batting leaders: Abreu ranks fifth (.312), Gillaspie is eighth (.307) and Eaton 10th (.305)…Jose is hitting .500 during his current seven-game hitting streak and has hit safely in 11 of his last 12 games (.422)…Conor has hit safely in all 12 games vs. Cleveland in 2014 for a .463 average…Adam E. is batting .430 in his last 24 games and has hit safely in 22 of his last 26 with eight doubles, two triples, 10 RBI and 17 runs scored…Noesi made his 11th quality start of the season last night and opponents are hitting just .212 against him…the Sox are now 22-20 in games decided by one run or less and moved to 7-2 at home against the Indians this season.

Sox to Welcome Jackie Robinson West All-Stars on Saturday Night

The White Sox will honor the U.S. Little League champion Jackie Robinson West All-Stars Saturday night during a special pregame ceremony prior to the start of the 6:10 p.m. contest vs. Detroit (the second game of the day/night doubleheader).

The Sox will host JRW members, coaches and family for the game as guests of the team, and all fans attending the game are encouraged to wear gold in honor of the champions.

On August 23, the Jackie Robinson West All-Stars became the first all African-American Little League team to win the U.S. championship.  The 11- and 12-year-old team from the Washington Heights neighborhood also were the first Chicago team to qualify for the Little League Baseball World Series championship game since 1967.  It was the second appearance for the Jackie Robinson West Little League, which finished fifth in the 1983 Little League Baseball World Series.

JRW includes six players from the White Sox Amateur City Elite (ACE) program. The ACE program has had 14 players drafted by professional teams, 85 participants in the program have received athletic aid to play collegiate baseball and two former players participated in the 2014 College World Series.

Quotes of the Day

Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf on the Sox honoring Jackie Robinson West:

“We could not be more proud of the achievements of the Jackie Robinson West All-Stars and how they represented the city of Chicago in Williamsport. It is our honor and privilege to bring them to the ballpark and continue to extend appreciation and support for these tremendous young men.”

Eaton on Abreu:

“My dad always said most good hitters are line-drive hitters. They just happen to go out. (Abreu) sprays the ball all over the field. He’s very disciplined at the plate, knows what he’s doing, can hit to all fields with power and I’m lucky to be his teammate.”

Tomorrow’s Schedule

White Sox vs. Tigers at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, CSN) in the opener of a four-game series. Starters: RHP Scott Carroll (5-8, 5.05) vs. RHP Justin Verlander (11-11, 4.82) for Detroit.

Photo/Video of the Day

The final out.

http://m.mlb.com/video/v35728791

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JRW Little Leaguers Enjoy a Big-League Celebration

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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Today’s News

The Champs

From Jackie Robinson Park to U.S. Cellular Field to Millennium Park, Chicago showed its appreciation today to the youngsters from Jackie Robinson West, the U.S. Little League champions, with celebratory rallies and a parade.

Tonight’s Game

White Sox vs. Indians at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, WCIU). Starters: RHP Hector Noesi (7-8, 4.39) for the Sox, RHP Corey Kluber (13-7, 2.46) for Cleveland.

Noesi is making his 22nd start and third vs. Cleveland. He has lowered his ERA from 14.21 to 4.86 since joining the Sox and has worked at least seven innngs in three of his last four starts.

Sox Starting Lineup: Eaton CF, Ramirez SS, Abreu 1B, Dunn DH, A. Garcia RF, Gillaspie 3B, Flowers C, De Aza LF, Sanchez 2B.

Plays of the Day

Alexei Ramirez belted his 13th homer, a two-run shot (click on link below), drove in three and scored twice in the Sox’ 10-inning loss last night to the Indians…In his return from the disabled list, Adam Eaton singled in a run and scored another and Jose Abreu reached base three times. He collected his 30th double, walked twice and scored a run.

http://atmlb.com/1nAjx3f

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Seven Sox Selected to Play in the Arizona Fall League

The Sox will be sending the following prospects to the Arizona Fall League: RHP Francellis Montas, LHP Jefferson Olacio, RHP Chris Bassitt, SS Tim Anderson, C Kevan Smith, LHP Scott Snodgress and INF/DH Rangel Ravelo. Prospects from the Sox, Orioles, Dodgers, Tigers and Brewers will play for the Glendale Desert Dogs.

Homestand Activities

http://atmlb.com/1nz6Shc

44 Years Ago Today…

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Quotes of the Day

Sox Executive Vice President Ken Williams, speaking at today’s JRW rally in Millennium Park, had a profound message for today’s youth:

“Pick up a ball, a glove, a book, a paint stick, a science project. Put down the guns.” 

Hawk Harrelson, introducing the young men from Jackie Robinson West:

“This is America’s Team.”

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Tomorrow’s Schedule

White Sox vs. Indians at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, CSN) in the finale of the three-game series. Starters: LHP John Danks (9-8, 4.96) for the Sox, RHP Carlos Carrasco (5-4, 3.14) for Cleveland.

Photos of the Day

The JRW players made a stop at U.S. Cellular today, got acquainted with the 2005 World Championship trophy and took the valuable hardware along with them on the trip to Millennium Park where the youngsters were presented with Sox jerseys.

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Sox Gear Up For Tribe and Tigers While Chicago Prepares for JRW Rally and Parade

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

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Today’s News

Tonight’s Game

White Sox vs. Indians at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, CSN+) in the opener of a three-game series and seven-game homestand that continues with four vs. the Tigers starting on Friday night. Starters: LHP Jose Quintana (6-10, 3.25) for the Sox, LHP T.JHouse (2-3, 3.80) for the Tribe. “Q” is 3-0 with a 2.66 ERA in four career games (five starts) against the Tribe.

Eaton Returns

Adam Eaton has been activated from the disabled list and his rehab assignment at Class AAA Charlotte. Jordan Danks has been optioned to the Knights.

Eaton ranks among the American League leaders in triples (T2nd, 7), on-base percentage (T7th, .370) and average (9th, .304). He is batting .435 over his last 22 games.

In related news, outfielder Moises Sierra began his rehab assignment with Charlotte last night and went 2-5 with a run scored. He has been on the DL with a strained left oblique.

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Welcome Home, JRW!

Tomorrow’s celebratory welcome home rally and parade to honor the United States champion Jackie Robinson West Little Leaguers will begin on the South Side and end at Millenium Park. The rally will commence at 9:00 a.m. at Jackie Robinson Park (10540 S. Morgan Park St.). The parade will begin at 10:00 a.m., will continue to Millenium Park and a second rally will begin there around 11:00 a.m. The regular Wednesday fireworks at Navy Pier this week also will be dedicated to the champions.

Beginning at 10 a.m., CSN will be on hand to describe all of the rally and parade activities with Chuck Garfien, Kip Lewis and Frank Thomas reporting.

Kevin Coe, the White Sox manager of youth baseball initiatives, talked about JRW’s spectacular run on Channel 32 (click on link below):

http://bit.ly/1BVbWWI

Make Way for the Champs

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An Encouraging Endorsement for 2015

http://www.sportsonearth.com/article/91382356/these-mlb-teams-are-poised-to-be-bounce-back-in-2015?tcid=tw_share#!bKrCfr

Charlotte’s Wilkins, Phegley International League Postseason All-Stars

http://www.milb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20140826&content_id=91494828&fext=.jsp&vkey=news_t494&sid=t494

Volunteering

Pictured below, Southpaw and the White Sox Volunteer Corps teamed up with Chicago Cares to build planter boxes, bean bag sets and benches at Park Lawn Charity in Oak Park.

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Quote of the Day

Tomorrow’s Schedule

White Sox vs. Indians at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, WCIU). Starters: RHP Hector Noesi (7-8, 4.39) for the Sox, RHP Corey Kluber (13-7, 2.46) for Cleveland.

Photo/Video of the Day

JRW’s Trey Hondras (pictured below), who also is in the White Sox Amateur City Elite (ACE) program, talks about the phone call he and his teammates received from President Obama on Sunday (click on the link for video):

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/highschool/chi-jackie-robinson-west-hondras-on-game-and-president-video-20140825-premiumvideo.html

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Sox Aim to Even Series, Rodon to Make Charlotte Debut and JRW Advances

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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Today’s News

Tonight’s Game

White Sox vs. Orioles at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, CSN+) as the Sox attempt to win Game 2 of the series after losing last night. Starters: LHPJose Quintana (6-9, 3.14) for the Sox, RHP Chris Tillman (9-5, 3.68) for Baltimore.

“Q” will be making his 26th start of the season, 11th at home and second vs. the O’s. He is 3-2 with a 2.15 ERA over his last 11 starts. He has posted a 1.71 ERA over his last three career outings vs. Baltimore, including a win on June 24 at Camden Yards–giving up just one earned run in seven innings of work.

Read about Quintana, the Unsung Hero.

http://m.espn.go.com/general/blogs/blogpost?blogname=sweetspot&id=50606

Milestone Outing

LHP Carlos Rodon, the Sox’ No. 1 pick and third overall in the June draft, will make his first start tonight for Class AAA Charlotte after being promoted last week. The North Carolina State product, who posted a 1.96 ERA with 15 strikeouts in four games at Class A Winston-Salem, will be facing the Gwinnett Braves at home. He’s shown below meeting the media upon his arrival in Charlotte. Click on link below for video:      

http://t.co/IHMGh4s0aH

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Alive and Well

Facing the prospect of elimination against Cumberland, Rhode Island last night, the youngsters from Jackie Robinson West refused to lose. Trailing 7-6 heading into the fifth inning, JRW scored twice to take the lead for good in the 8-7 win. Joshua Houston, a member of the White Sox Amateur City Elite (ACE) program, went 3-3 with two RBI, including the game-winner, and pitched two scoreless innings.

Next up for JRW: The team from Pearland, Tex. representing the Southwest. Game time is 6:30 p.m., CT, tonight on ESPN.

Plays of the Day

Despite last night’s loss to the Orioles, Chris Sale recorded his 11th quality start in 12 games and 16th for the season. He struck out eight while giving up three runs and eight hits in six innings pitched…Avi Garcia, who singled in a pair of runs last night, is 4-11 in his three games since returning from the disabled list with three doubles, two runs scored and three RBI…Jordan Danks is hitting .375 during his five-game hitting streak and .348 in his eight games since rejoining the Sox.

Sox Notes of Note

Conor Gillaspie (.309, T6th) Adam Eaton (.304, 9th) and Jose Abreu (10th, .302) are all among the American League batting leaders. According to STATS LLC, the last time two Sox players finished among the AL leaders in average was 1993 when Frank Thomas (.317) was sixth and Lance Johnson (.311) was 10th. The last time three or more Sox finished among the AL leaders in average was 1960: Al Smith (2nd, .315), Minnie Minoso (3rd, .311), Roy Sievers (6th, .295) and Nellie Fox (9th, .289)…the Sox’ first-round pick in 2012, OF Courtney Hawkins leads the Carolina League with 79 RBI and ranks second with 18 home runs…RHP Andre Wheeler has thrown 17 consecutive scoreless innings for Class A Kannapolis. A 15th round pick by the Sox in 2013, he has gone 3-3 with a 2.99 ERA and 99 strikeouts in 26 games with the Intimidators this season.

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Quote of the Day

Sale’s “word of the start” in his post-game comments last night was extricate:

“Obviously, you want to extricate this from our minds,” he said about the O’s defeat. “Come in fresh (tomorrow) and ready to go.”

Tomorrow’s Schedule

White Sox vs. Orioles at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, CSN) in the finale of the three-game series and six-game homestand. Starters: RHP Hector Noesi (7-8, 4.84) for the Sox, RHP Wei-Yin Chen (12-4, 3.76) for Baltimore.

Photo of the Day

JRW and ACE standout Joshua Houston.

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Blue Jays in the House as White Sox Return Home

Friday, August 15, 2014

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Today’s News

Tonight’s Game

White Sox vs Blue Jays at U.S. Cellular Field (7:10 p.m., CT, CSN) in the opener of a three-game series and six-game homestand that continues against the Orioles Monday-Wednesday. Starters: RHP Hector Noesi (6-7, 4.15) for the Sox, RHP Marcus Stroman (7-3, 3.34) for the Jays. We have won 10 of our last 15 games against Toronto, including three in a row.

Noesi will be making his 20th start with the Sox and has lowered his ERA from 14.21 to 4.27 since joining us from Texas. He owns a 0.63 ERA and a .180 opponents average over his last two starts against the Rangers and Mariners, both former teams, and 3-1 and 3.18 ERA over his last five. He received a no decision in his last start on August 9 at Seattle despite allowing just one unearned run on five hits over 7.1 innings pitched in a game the White Sox won in 10 innings.

Sox Starting Lineup: De Aza LF, Ramirez SS, Abreu 1B, Dunn DH, Viciedo RF, Gillaspie 3B, Flowers C, Jor. Danks CF, Beckham 2B.

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The Most Talented Pierce Since Billy?

For more than a half-century Billy Pierce has been synonymous with the White Sox, having distinguished himself as the All-Star ace of the Go-Go Sox pitching staff of the 1950s. Yesterday at the Little League World Series another Pierce made Chicago proud in a performance that Hall of Famer and broadcaster Barry Larkin called “the stuff of legends.”

Jackie Robinson West’s Pierce Jones (No. 23 shown above being mobbed by teammates after smashing a homer) went 4-4 with three home runs–the first leading off the game–a triple and four RBI in JRW’s 12-2 victory over Lynnwood of Washington state in the South Side team’s first contest in the double elimination tournament. The game was stopped after five innings because of JRW’s 10-run lead.  

Shortstop Ed Howard added a two-run homer and pitcher Joshua Houston went four innings, striking out seven and giving up only two hits for the winners.

Howard and Houston are both members of the White Sox Amateur City Elite (ACE) program along with Cameron Bufford, Brandon Green, Marquis Jackson and Carlton “Trey” Hondras

By the way, Trey has one of the most intriguing pre-game rituals you’ve ever heard. He says he talks to girls for good luck.

JRW continues its quest of a LLWS title on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Back Home…

While the JRW youngsters were impressing the fans in South Williamsport, Pa. yesterday,  there were hundreds of fans at Jackie Robinson Park where a viewing party was organized by the White Sox, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the City of Chicago. The crowd, which included many sporting Sox jerseys, caps and t-shirts, enthusiastically supported their hometown team as they watched the large TV screen. Those attending enjoyed ballpark food and other various activities, including face painting. Former Sox stars Minnie Minoso and Carlos May were there signing autographs and Southpaw was on hand bringing smiles to everyone’s faces.

Here was the scene yesterday at JR Park.

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The Homestand Ahead…

…including Frank Thomas bobblehead night tomorrow.

http://atmlb.com/XkQlHB

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Quote of the Day

Tomorrow’s Schedule

White Sox vs. Blue Jays at U.S. Cellular Field (6:10 p.m., CT, CSN). Starters: John Danks (9-8, 4.96) for the 4.96) 4.96) for the Sox, ex-mate Mark Buehrle (11-8, 3.31) for the Jays.

Photo of the Day

Chicago loves Jackie Robinson West.

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