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2017 Schedule
39-58, 5th in AL Cent
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These coolers had no idea what hit 'em (2:02)
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Contreras gives 10-year-old a happy birthday (1:13)

Keith Law ESPN Senior Writer 

Ryan Cordell, heading to the White Sox for Anthony Swarzak, is a good athlete without a position, and at 25 he hasn't had any offensive success above A-ball. The Brewers originally acquired him from Texas as part of the Lucroy deal.

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Bryant ejected for first time in career (0:41)
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Contreras gives Cubs early lead with 3-run HR (0:22)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

This is the kind of outing that makes Carlos Rodon a little maddening to watch. He allowed four runs, seven hits and three walks in four innings, burning through 98 pitches in the process. He's also struck out 11 -- the White Sox have recorded just one out on a ball in play so far. The last time a starter struck out 11 in four innings was Washington's Max Scherzer on June 6, according to ESPN Stats & Info. He went on to whiff 14 in seven frames. The Cubs' Jake Arrieta did it on June 5 of last season, and ended up with 12 Ks in five innings. Rodon, with that high pitch count, is done. Chris Beck is on to pitch the fifth for the White Sox.

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Davidson's solo shot gives the White Sox some insurance (0:31)
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Engel puts White Sox up for good with solo HR (0:28)

ESPN Stats and Information  

The White Sox and Cubs enter their matchup Monday on completely different paths. The White Sox have lost nine straight games, tied for the longest losing streak in MLB. The Cubs, on the other hand, are 8-1 since the All-Star Break and with a win Monday could take the lead in the NL Central for the first time since May 26.

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Cabrera wants to stay on rebuilding White Sox

Melky Cabrera says he wants to remain with the Chicago White Sox despite the rebuilding club's latest flurry of trades. "I like this team and I would like to stay here for a long time, not just until the end of the season," he told the Chicago Tribune.

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Moustakas homers twice as Royals beat White Sox 7-2

Mike Moustakas homered twice, and Salvador Perez, Brandon Moss and Jorge Bonifacio also went deep to lead the Kansas City Royals over the White Sox 7-2 Saturday night, extending Chicago's longest losing streak in two years to eight games.

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Yoan Moncada: ¿Cumplirá con Medias Blancas? (1:28)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

According to the White Sox, the club sold around 5,000 tickets for tonight's game since last night's announcement that Yoan Moncada was being recalled from Triple-A Charlotte. Or maybe they all just found out it's Game of Thrones night.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Big cheer for Yoan Moncada as he walked to the plate for his first White Sox at-bat. After falling behind Kenta Maeda 0-2, Moncada worked the count full, bringing much of the crowd to its feet, as if the game were on the line. He ended up drawing a walk. Safe to say the good people of Chicago's South Side are happy to have their new second baseman around. Most of the lower bowl is full tonight, which makes me wonder if there was an unusually large volume of walk-up ticket sales today.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers continue to sizzle, jumping to a quick 1-0 when Chris Taylor takes White Sox lefty Carlos Rodon into the opposite-field bullpen in right to lead off the game. Remember how lefties owned Dodger batters last year? Taylor is a big reason that is no longer the case. He now has a 1.117 OPS against southpaws this season. That was his 11th homer.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs42424th
Batting Average.25814th
On Base Percentage.31422nd
Slugging Percentage.41321st
Earned Run Average4.5617th
Quality Starts31Tied-29th
WHIP1.4124th
BAA.25514th

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