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Smooth Sale-ing Gets It Dunn

April 25 vs. Tampa Bay

Today's Game Rating:
One for each run and Adam Dunn's no-strikeout performance

Short Take:   A strong start from Chris Sale powers Sox to win

The White Sox welcomed the Tampa Bay Rays to Chicago for a four-game series. It was a good night for the Sox, as they pulled off the win, beating the Rays 5-2 behind a great start for Chris Sale.

Sale picked up his second win of the season, giving him a 2-2 record on the season. He pitched seven solid innings, giving up two runs on four hits and four walks. Matt Lindstrom pitched a perfect eighth, and Addison Reed picked up his seventh save, giving up one hit in the ninth.

The offense heated up a bit more than in the last few days. They picked up seven hits and drew four walks in tonight's win. Jeff Keppinger has begun hitting better, as he went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored. Alejandro De Aza, Alex Rios, Adam Dunn, Paul Konerko, and Alexei Ramirez each picked up a hit. Dunn's hit was the one that sealed the deal for the Sox. In the sixth inning, he hit his fourth home run of the season, a two-run shot off starter Jeremy Hellickson.

The plate discipline varied a bit. This was the first game since April 12 that Dunn did not strike out, but De Aza and Tyler Flowers each had difficulty at the plate, as they both struck out three times. Rios and Conor Gillaspie had a better night than De Aza and Flowers, as they both walked twice.

Jake Peavy takes to the mound tomorrow night. He's looking for his third win of the season. He picked up a no-decision against the Twins in a Sox loss, and he has struck out 20 in his last 14 innings. He faces off against Fausto Car...I mean, Roberto Hernandez. He picked up his first win since 2011 on Sunday against the A's, but he did have to work his way out of some problems in his later innings.

Hawk and Stoney's Thumb Guide:
 HAWK: I tell you what, Stone Pony. These guys had TWTW tonight. The will to win! Thumbs waaaaaaaay up. STONE: Whatever you say, Hawk. Thumbs up as well.

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