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September 30 at Cleveland


KW's Daily Special:
Banana split
One out of two isn't bad this year.

Short Take:The White Sox split a low-intensity doubleheader with the Cleveland Indians.

It's hard to generate much interest when two teams that are out of the pennant race play a doubleheader before a sparse crowd in late September. Both the White Sox and the Indians seemed to sleepwalk through Wednesday's games, with each team winning once. Cleveland took the opener 5-1, while our Sox came back to win the nightcap 1-0.

In Game 1, the Sox hitters were baffled by Cleveland's Fausto Carmona (5-12), he of the 6.32 ERA. Carmona limited the Sox to a run on five hits over seven innings. Dewayne Wise's triple in the fourth scored Josh Fields with the only Sox tally. Right-hander Carlos Torres (1-2) did not impress in his quest to earn a shot at a 2010 roster spot. He allowed five runs on six hits in six innings and took the loss.

The Sox hitters were baffled again in Game 2, this time by Justin Masterson (4-10). The Cleveland right-hander fanned a career-high 12 in a complete-game effort. Paul Konerko's RBI single in the sixth scored Wise with the only Sox run. Fortunately, that lone tally held up as Sox lefty Mark Buehrle (13-10) baffled the Indians hitters over six shutout innings.

Buehrle allowed just three hits and didn't walk a batter, while fanning three. Tony Pena tossed two scoreless innings of relief, and Matt Thornton worked a perfect ninth for his fourth save of the season.

With the Game 2 victory, the Sox took two out of three in the series. Next up, the final series of the year in Detroit. Jake Peavy (2-0, 2.25 ERA) will pitch Friday night's opener. Edwin Jackson (13-8, 3.36 ERA) is scheduled to pitch for the Tigers.

WSI's
Critic's Corner:
The Sox rate two stars, one for each run they scored in today's doubleheader. Snore.


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