Mariners Vs. White Sox Final Score: Chicago Wins Rain-Shortened Game 4-3

The Chicago White Sox completed a sweep of the Seattle Mariners with a 4-3 win at U.S. Cellular Field on Sunday. The game was called in the bottom of the seventh inning after bad weather halted play. The White Sox had just taken a one-run lead in the seventh thanks to a two-run home run by Tyler Flowers.

Related: Gavin Floyd Injury: White Sox Pitcher Leaves Sunday's Start With Elbow Discomfort

White Sox starting pitcher Gavin Floyd left the game after just two innings because of elbow discomfort; he gave up one run on three hits during the brief start. Hector Santiago took over and pitched the following four innings, giving up two runs on three hits in the process.

The White Sox, who begin a series in Baltimore on Monday, are now 71-55.

Check out South Side Sox for more White Sox coverage, and be sure to visit Lookout Landing for more Mariners news. Also head over to Baseball Nation for even more analysis from around the league.

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