White Sox Vs. Dodgers Final Score: Chicago Loses In Spring Training Opener, 6-4

The Chicago White Sox opened up 2012 Cactus League play against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday, and while the White Sox tried to mount a late comeback, they ultimately fell short and lost 6-4. Alexei Ramirez and Dan Johnson accounted for three of Chicago's six hits on the day and three of four RBI.

Related: Gamethread: White Sox vs. Dodgers

Phillip Humber started the game for Chicago and pitched two innings, allowing one hit and one run. The Dodgers eventually broke the game open with a five-run sixth inning, as White Sox reliever Nestor Molina struggled. The 6-1 deficit at that point proved too much to overcome, though the Sox did score three runs over the final three innings to make things more interesting.

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