Tigers Vs. White Sox Lineups: Adam Dunn Missing Sixth Straight Game

The Chicago White Sox play host to the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday night, in yet another critical game between the two teams jockeying for position in the AL Central.

The two teams have split the first two games of the four-game series, with the White Sox winning 6-1 on Monday, and the Tigers coming through with a 5-3 win on Tuesday.

On Wednesday, Chicago will look to add to its two game lead over the Tigers, but they'll have to do so without Adam Dunn, who is missing his sixth straight game because of an oblique injury.

Both Robin Ventura and Jim Leyland have announced the starting lineups, and they are as follows:

Detroit Tigers

CF Austin Jackson
LF Andy Dirks
3B Miguel Cabrera
1B Prince Fielder
DH Delmon Young
RF Brennan Boesch
SS Jhonny Peralta
C Alex Avila
2B Omar Infante

SP Max Scherzer

Chicago White Sox

LF Alejandro De Aza
3B Kevin Youkilis
CF Dewayne Wise
1B Paul Konerko
RF Alex Rios
C A.J. Pierzynski
SS Alexei Ramirez
DH Dan Johnson
2B Orlando Hudson

SP Gavin Floyd

Floyd will be making his first start for the White Sox since Aug. 26. Floyd was placed on the disabled list with a right elbow flexor strain, but is now healthy enough to start.

For more on the White Sox, check out South Side Sox.


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