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  • Wednesday's recap: White Sox 4, Brewers 2

     Wednesday's recap: White Sox 4, Brewers 2
    The summary Avisail Garcia and Adam LaRoche hit back-to-back home runs in the first to help the White Sox on their way to a 4-2 victory over the Brewers at Miller Park. Each hit a solo homer to center off Jimmy Nelson, the first time the Sox have hit...
  • Indians ace Kluber has historic 18-strikeout, 1-hit performance in 2-0 win against Cardinals

    Indians ace Corey Kluber found his 2014 form and then some Wednesday night in an 18-strikeout, one-hit performance against the St. Louis Cardinals. Kluber was dominant after entering the game with a 5.05 ERA in 2015 and being winless this season. Had...
  • Sunday's recap: Brewers 3, Cubs 2 (11 innings)

    Sunday's recap: Brewers 3, Cubs 2 (11 innings)
    The summary The Brewers pulled out a 3-2 win Sunday in 11 innings when Ryan Braun hit a double off Jason Motte and scored on a single by Martin Maldonado with the bases loaded and one out. At the plate The Cubs mustered only three hits in seven...
  • White Sox add Carlos Rodon to rotation as Chris Sale returns to form

    White Sox add Carlos Rodon to rotation as Chris Sale returns to form
    MILWAUKEE — The White Sox announced one positive rotation development before Tuesday's 4-2 victory over the Brewers at Miller Park and then watched another one play out on the mound. After the Sox officially placed rookie left-hander Carlos...
  • Tuesday's recap: White Sox 4, Brewers 2

     Tuesday's recap: White Sox 4, Brewers 2
    The summary White Sox left-hander Chris Sale allowed two runs on three hits over eight innings Tuesday night at Miller Park in a 4-2 victory over the Brewers. Sale, who was coming off a five-game suspension, turned in his longest outing of the season to...
  • White Sox push Carlos Rodon into rotation

    White Sox push Carlos Rodon into rotation
    MILWAUKEE – The White Sox officially named rookie left-hander Carlos Rodon a member of the starting rotation Tuesday before their game against the Brewers at Miller Park. Rodon will make his second major-league start Friday in Oakland after...
  • Rough road continues for White Sox

    Rough road continues for White Sox
    MILWAUKEE — The White Sox didn't have to endure a lengthy plane ride on Monday, and they couldn't complain about being cooped up in a hotel room for two days or being rained out either. If there was a good time for the Sox to wake up from their...
  • White Sox undecided if Hector Noesi or Carlos Rodon will start

    White Sox undecided if Hector Noesi or Carlos Rodon will start
    MILWAUKEE — White Sox right-hander Hector Noesi pitched one-third of an inning out of the bullpen Monday against the Brewers, but manager Robin Ventura wasn't ready to reveal whether Noesi will be a starter or reliever in a three-game series this...
  • Monday's recap: Brewers 10, White Sox 7

    Monday's recap: Brewers 10, White Sox 7
    The summary Elian Herrera and Khris Davis hit eighth-inning home runs off White Sox reliever Zach Duke to give the Brewers a 10-7 victory Monday night at Miller Park. The Sox had come back from an early six-run deficit to tie the game at 7-7 in the top...
  • Bullpen, strikeouts vex Cubs; Carlos Rodon's role uncertain

    Bullpen, strikeouts vex Cubs; Carlos Rodon's role uncertain
    It may be only May 11, but already it looks like wild card or bust for the Cubs and White Sox. The Cubs open a homestand against the Mets and Pirates trailing first-place St. Louis by 6 1/2 games, while the White Sox begin a road trip to Milwaukee and...
  • Mets, Astros, A-Rod highlight first month

    From the Amazin' Mets to A-Rod smacking homers, it's been a wacky first month in the majors. The Astros are surprise division leaders while the defending champion Giants and underachieving Nationals are last. The Brewers — not the Phillies or Twins...