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38-38, 3rd in AL Cent

No All-Star starters for White Sox?

In the AL's final ballot update, Melky Cabrera remains the only White Sox among the top vote-getters at his position, and he's No. 14 among outfielders. Voting ends June 30.

White Sox keep the No. 19 spot in rankings

Despite eventually losing the game, Chicago tied an MLB record by blasting seven home runs on Saturday, as six players in the starting lineup went yard, including Brett Lawrie, who did so twice. Power Rankings

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Chris Sale continues his winning ways

With his victory on Sunday, Sale became the sixth pitcher in the last 25 seasons to earn at least 13 wins before July 1, the Elias Sports Bureau reports.

  • 2010 Ubaldo Jiménez - 14
  • 1999 Pedro Martínez - 14
  • 1996 John Smoltz - 14
  • 2016 Chris Sale - 13
  • 2002 Curt Schilling - 13
  • 2000 David Wells - 13

Sale earns 13th win as White Sox top Blue Jays (1:05)
Tim Anderson's home run pads Chicago's lead (0:25)
Stats & Info

Chicago letdown marks history

You would think when your team outscores the opponent seven homers to one you have the game in the bag, right? In most cases, you'd be right. But in the White Sox-Blue Jays game Saturday, this was not the case and therefore marked history as a first.

Stats & Info

There's a reason they're the aces

For these four teams, their ace pitchers might as well be gold. And the drop off from their stats in comparison to all others should give you a good idea of why.

Lineup: White Sox (37-38) vs. Blue Jays (41-35)

  • 1. Tim Anderson, SS (R)
  • 2. Adam Eaton, RF (L)
  • 3. Jose Abreu, 1B (R)
  • 4. Melky Cabrera, LF (S)
  • 5. Todd Frazier, DH (R)
  • 6. Alex Avila, C (L)
  • 7. Brett Lawrie, 2B (R)
  • 8. J.B. Shuck, CF (L)
  • 9. Tyler Saladino, 3B (R)
  • SP: Chris Sale, LHP
  • Daily notes

White Sox triple up

Brett Lawrie, Dioner Navarro and J.B. Shuck hit back-to-back-to-back home runs in the second inning. The only other team to do that this season was the Giants on Opening Day. Chicago still trails the Blue Jays. Follow live

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'85 Bears ended Chicago's long drought

After the 90s Bulls and the Blackhawks' current run, it's easy to forget the Windy City's lack of titles from 1964 to January of 1986. According to Bill Barnwell, that stretch is the third-worst run of misery ended by a championship, trailing Cleveland and Seattle. Sports Misery Index

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Where does Collins rank for White Sox?

Zack Collins may have been the No. 10 overall pick in this year's draft, but is his talent enough for him to replace the recently promoted Tim Anderson as Keith Law's No. 1 White Sox prospect? Where top 2016 draft picks rank (Insider)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Sigh, 'tis a shame the White Sox bullpen surrendered James Shields' runs. With Colby Lewis on the DL, Shields might've made the strongest case for the newest "Jekyll and Hyde" pitcher.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

In the latest edition of "You can't predict baseball," James Shields has held the Red Sox scoreless through four innings. That's the James Shields who has allowed 32 runs in his past four starts while getting just 34 outs. The White Sox lead 3-0 as they go for the four-game sweep.

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Tim Anderson joins White Sox history

Anderson blasted the first pitch he saw from Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz out of the park for his first career home run on Tuesday. He is only the third White Sox player in the last 60 years whose first career long ball came leading off in the first inning, joining Floyd Robinson (May 13, 1961) and Thad Bosley (May 29, 1978), the Elias Sports Bureau notes.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Brilliant effort tonight by Chris Sale, who had a 6.05 ERA over his previous five starts after some early season BABIP luck turned against him. This is the Chris Sale we're used to, with nine K's in seven innings. Forget that pitch-to-contact nonsense! Strike guys out!

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Jose Abreu comes up clutch

Abreu slugged a two-run double off Craig Kimbrel to give the White Sox a 3-1 win in Boston on Monday. The first baseman is hitting .286 with two strikes this month, over 100 points higher than his two-strike batting average in April and May (.174), the Elias Sports Bureau notes.

White Sox's All-Star vote prospects bleak

In the AL's fourth ballot update, the only White Sox among the top vote-getters at his position is Melky Cabrera, who's down to No. 14 among outfielders.

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Report: White Sox to sign first-rounder Collins

Chicago has reportedly agreed to terms on a deal with 2016 No. 10 overall draft pick Zack Collins, a catcher out of Miami. The club has not confirmed the signing. MLB.com

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24620th
On Base Percentage.31520th
Slugging Percentage.39825th
Earned Run Average4.0313th
Quality Starts419th

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