White Sox Vs. Mariners Final Score: Jake Peavy, Relievers Shut Out Mariners 5-0

The Chicago White Sox (4-10) finally saw some very promising signs from SP Jake Peavy as the Sox beat up on Seattle Mariners (11-6) in a 5-0 win.

Peavy (W, 1-2) pitched a scoreless 5.0 innings and held the Mariners lineup hitless with 5 K and 1 BB. A cavalcade of relievers -- including top prospect RP Addison Reed -- kept the Mariners off the scoreboard and allowed only a pair of hits.

Mariners reliever Hong-Chih Kuo, however, continued his disastrous Spring Training, allowing 4 H, 1 HR and 4 ER in the fifth inning alone. White Sox SS Eduardo Escobar had an excellent day at the plate as he managed a 2 for 3 outing with a homer and three RBI. 2B Gordon Beckham and UTIL Brent Lillibridge also added extra base hits, cracking a double each.

The White Sox will be back in action again on Sunday afternoon at 3:05 p.m. CDT as they take on the Chicago Cubs.

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