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"CHICAGO (AP) Chris Sale raced out as the majors' first 14-game winner and was the AL starter in the All-Star game. Then the White Sox ace hit a rut and drew attention not for his pitching, but his jersey-shredding tirade.After a masterful eight scoreless", wsbt.com
"After a masterful eight scoreless innings that produced his first victory in 49 days, Sale acknowledged the importance of what he called 'getting over the hump.' Sale allowed three hits and threw a season-high 120 pitches, Jose Abreu homered and Chicago beat the Oakland Athletics 6-2 on Saturday night. The White Sox scored four runs with two outs, including Abreu's solo shot that just cleared the eight-foot wall and Brett Eibner's glove in right in the first inning. Melky Cabrera added an RBI double in the second and a run-scoring single in the fourth off Ross Detwiler (1-2). Carlos Sanchez and Tim Anderson added two-out RBI singles for the White Sox a night after they were held to two singles. Athletics: RHP Jesse Hahn (shoulder) was supposed to come off the disabled list and start Sunday, but he suffered what he called minor discomfort in a bullpen session. The 24-year-old out of Virginia Tech became the 46th player to appear in a game for Oakland this", www.mysanantonio.com
"Chicago left-hander Chris Sale did the dazzling, while Oakland starter Ross Detwiler pitched no clean innings, allowing six runs in the A’s 6-2 loss to the White Sox on Saturday. Detwiler gave up runs in each of his four innings, four of them with two outs, including a two-out homer in the first by Jose Abreu that Brett Eibner had in his glove briefly before it carried over the wall in right. The White Sox recorded four two-out singles in the second that accounted for two more runs, and doubles by Abreu and Melky Cabrera leading off the third, followed by a base hit by Todd Frazier, pushed across another two runs. The White Sox were held to two hits the previous night, and Graveman faced only one batter over the minimum in his first career shutout. Sale (15-6) allowed just one batter past first in his eight innings, and the A’s recorded only three hits off the five-time All-Star. Oakland tacked on another run on an RBI single by Eibner. According to Melvin, Butler", www.sfgate.com
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