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Aw, hell No(esi)! April 30 vs. Detroit Daily Sox Crop Report: Four hits against the current AL Cy Young Award winner not good enough to win. Short Take: Scherzer continues mastery of Sox as Detroit scores four in fourth; Alexei Ramirez sets Sox record with 40th hit in April. The Sox lost the second and final game of the series to Detroit 5-1 as Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer limited the South Siders to just four hits in six scoreless innings. The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner struck out seven, walked three and lowered his ERA on the season to 2.08. In his last 11 starts against the Sox, Scherzer is 7-1. Sox starter Hector Noesi lasted 3 2/3 innings, allowing five hits and four runs – all of which were scored in the fourth inning. He struck out two and walked one. Noesi, who was claimed off waivers Friday and pitched 1 1/3 scoreless innings in his Sox debut on Saturday, was 2-12 with a 6.24 ERA in 18 starts with Seattle in his career. The Tigers scored their first run in the fourth on Victor Martinez's sacrifice fly to center. A Nick Castellanos sacrifice fly and a Bryan Holaday two-run double made it 4-0. Noesi had retired nine of the first 10 hitters he faced Wednesday afternoon before Detroit did its damage. The Sox posted a mild threat in the fourth as Ramirez singled with one out. Doing so enabled the Sox shortstop to break the record of Paul Konerko, who had 39 hits in the first month of the 2002 season. Ramirez is batting .354 on the season. After Ramirez singled, Alejandro DeAza walked. Scherzer then struck out Tyler Flowers and Marcus Semien to end the inning. The teams exchanged runs in the ninth. The Sox were able to avoid being shut out as Flowers single scored Dayan Viciedo, who was 2-for-4 on the game. Viciedo is batting a robust .341 on the campaign. Jake Petricka was one of four relievers to follow Noesi and was solid. The righthander struck out two and walked one in 2 1/3 innings out of the bullpen. WSI's The Futures Market: Sox are off tomorrow before beginning five-game road trip against Cleveland and Chicago’s other baseball team. Detroit is not on the schedule until a June 9 visit to the Cell to begin a four-game series. submitted by MeteorsSox4367 Sox Clubhouse "Pick to Click" Winner Alexei Ramirez Sox shortstop sets new record for hits in April with 40. Play WSI's Pick to Click Contest! 2005 Championship Sox Fans Click Here! WSI's Glorious Championship coverage with Totally Biased attitude!

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