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White Sox Vs. Mariners: Dunn Hits Homer As Chicago Goes Up 6-0

The Chicago White Sox jumped on Seattle Mariners starter Hector Neosi early in the first inning of the teams' match up on Friday night, and they haven't looked back. The White sox put up two runs in the first, thanks in part to Adam Dunn, who would put a much bigger jolt in the ball later on in the third. The White Sox started off the game with a single from Alejandro De Aza and a walk by Brent Morel, which brought Adam Dunn up with two runners on base. Dunn then doubled De Aza home and moved Morel to third, latter of which was eventually brought by Alex Rios.

In the second inning, the White Sox would duble that output. With one out in the inning, Gordon Beckham double to right center, which was followed by a bunt single by De Aza. Morel then singled to bring home Gordon, and with Chicago up 3-0 and with two runners on, Dunn walloped a homer to right center to bring the score to 6-0, which is where it sits now.

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