Jake Peavy allowed four runs on seven hits in four innings of work for the Chicago White Sox on Sunday, but the offense was there to pick him up, and they eventually pulled out a 13-10 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. One of the men responsible for the win was Dayan Viciedo, who hit his first home run of the spring.
"It definitely feels good," Viciedo said of his first spring homer. "I wasn't looking for a home run. It's one of those things that I started off Spring Training a little bit slow. I've been working on things and as the games have continued to progress, I'm feeling better."
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The White Sox will be back in action on Monday against the Brewers.
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