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CHICAGO -- Here’s a quick look at the Toronto Blue Jays’ 4-0 win over the Chicago White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field on Tuesday.
How it happened: Blue Jays starter Brandon Morrow was dominant against the White Sox. Morrow allowed two hits -- both to A.J. Pierzynski -- and no runs in a complete game. White Sox starter Jose Quintana wasn’t as sharp, allowing nine hits, but he only allowed two runs in six innings. Rajal Davis and Jose Bautista each hit home runs. Colby Rasmus added a hit and a RBI on Wednesday. He has six hits and four RBIs against the White Sox in the series.
What it means: The White Sox are on their first two-game losing streak since May 16.The White Sox’s lead over the Cleveland Indians also fell to a ½ game after the Indians defeated the Detroit Tigers again.
Outside the box: The White Sox have been in first place for 14 days this season. They led the American League Central for four days in 2011, 33 days in 2010 and 13 days in 2009.
Play of the game: White Sox third baseman Orlando Hudson had a couple plays Wednesday worthy of making the top 10 on "SporstCenter." In the second inning, he made a diving catch on a line drive down the line. In the fourth, he dove for a grounder, spun, quickly stood up and threw the runner out at first.
Up next: The White Sox close out their three-game series with the Blue Jays on Thursday. Jake Peavy (6-1, 3.05) will start for the White Sox and will be countered by Henderson Alvarez (3-5, 3.75).