White Sox Vs. Twins Preview: Chicago Tries To Extend AL Central Lead

The Chicago White Sox have split the first two games in a home series against the last place Minnesota Twins. Fortunately for Chicago, the Detroit Tigers, who entered the week in a first-place tie with the White Sox for first place in the AL Central, have dropped their first two games in a series with second to last place Cleveland, so the White Sox have picked up a game in the standings.

Jake Peavy (9-10, 3.28 ERA) pitches for Chicago at 1:10 p.m. CT Wednesday as the White Sox try to win their series with the Twins. Peavy has lost three straight decisions, including giving up 6 earned runs in six innings in his last start Aug. 31 against Detroit. He is 2-1 with a 2.25 ERA in three starts against the Twins this season.

P.J. Walters (2-2, 5.40 ERA) starts for the Twins. Walters is winless in his last four starts, but his best start of the season came against the White Sox on May 22. He pitched a complete game in a 9-2 win, giving up 2 earned runs and striking out 8.

Head over to South Side Sox for more White Sox coverage, and be sure to check out Baseball Nation for even more coverage from around the league.

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