Rays vs. White Sox: David Price goes for 20 in Chicago's home finale

After losing to the Rays on Saturday, the White Sox have fallen two games behind the Detroit Tigers in the AL Central. They'll be looking to bounce back on Sunday afternoon when they play their final home game of the season.

Left-hander Jose Quintana is scheduled to take the mound for the White Sox on Sunday, the rookie is 6-5 with a 3.60 ERA on the season. Quintana has been successful despite a relatively low strikeout rate, but he's been getting hit much harder as the season has worn on. He's allowed 18 earned runs over the course of his last five starts, a trend he'll hope to stop in his last start of the year.

Taking the hill for Tampa Bay will be left-hander David Price. Price has had a sensational year in 2012, he's one of the front-runners for the American League Cy Young award. He's compiled a 19-5 record to go along with his 2.56 ERA, that ERA is the best by any qualified starter in the major leagues. He'll look to add win number 20 in his final start on Sunday, a mark which would certainly help his Cy Young case with some voters.

First pitch is scheduled for 1:10 p.m. CT from U.S. Cellular Field, and will be televised on TBS and CSN. The game can be heard on the radio by tuning into WSCR 670 or 97.5 ESPN Deportes.

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