CHICAGO Teams

Dog wants fry, can't get it (0:19)
Moncada finishes a single shy of cycle (1:08)
Abreu drills a pair of homers (0:51)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

White Sox OF Avisail Garcia is coming out of the game against Seattle with a leg injury. He was trying to run out an infield hit and pulled up about 15 feet from the first place bag. He had to be helped off the field.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The White Sox were outscored 27-2 during a three-game series this weekend against the Astros. Tonight in the first game of a three-game set against the Mariners, Chicago already has three runs on the board with one out in the first. Think the Sox were happy to see Houston leave town?

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the teams that ailing White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar used to play for — the Seattle Mariners — begin a series tonight in Chicago against Farquhar's White Sox. This Farquhar/Mariners Jersey is hanging in Seattle's dugout at Guaranteed Rate Field.

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Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

White Sox starter James Shields shares his thoughts regarding today's update about Danny Farquhar.

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Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Manager Rick Renteria and his White Sox are obviously still deeply concerned about teammate Danny Farquhar, but today's news that he is progressing well was much-needed.

White Sox pitcher Farquhar in stable but critical condition following surgery (1:28)
Maddon hopeful Bryant will be okay (1:05)
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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Joe Maddon give the news that Kris Bryant should be ok after he got hit in the head with a pitch from German Marquez in the first inning of the Cubs win over the Rockies on Sunday.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Javy Baez react to his disagreement with the Rockies DJ LeMahieu after Baez blocked LeMahieu from stealing catcher's signs while LeMahieu was on second base during Sunday's 9-7 Cubs win.

Bryant gets hit in the face by pitch (0:59)
Heyward loses ball in the sun (0:29)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Over the course of the long baseball season, in any given series even a good team can look over-matched. The White Sox do not look like a good team by any measure right now, and they certainly looked over-matched this weekend against the champion Astros. Houston completed a three-game sweep on Sunday with a 7-1 win. The Astros outscored Chicago 27-2 in the series. On the bright side, the White Sox avoided becoming the first team since 1929 to allow double-digit runs in five straight games. The Astros will now return home for a big series against the Los Angeles Angels.