White Sox Vs. Angels Final Score: Chicago Loses 6-2

The Chicago White Sox dropped to 0-2 in Cactus League play with a 6-2 defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday afternoon. White Sox starter John Danks did not have his best stuff and was knocked around for three runs in two innings of work. He also walked three batters.

"I thought I had enough behind the ball," Danks said after his spring debut. "My ball was doing what I wanted it to. It just wasn't going where I wanted to throw it. It's the first one. I'll be ready to go in five days or so."

Related: Other first impressions from the first White Sox spring training game

Gordon Beckham was the only White Sox hitter to collect more than one hit; Adam Dunn went hitless but did walk twice; Kosuke Fukudome and Dayan Viciedo were each 0-2 at the plate.

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