The Chicago White Sox are leading 3-0 against the Boston Red Sox in the middle of the sixth inning as starter Gavin Floyd has carried a no-hitter through the first six frames. The White Sox are hoping to get a win on Sunday to avoid being swept over the four-game series against Boston.
Floyd has been absolutely lights out for Chicago so far, giving up just one walk over the first six innings of play while striking out seven Red Sox hitters. He's already up to 90 pitches so it'll be interesting to see how things play out, but he'll presumably be given a shot to finish off the feat.
He still needs another nine outs, but Floyd would become the second White Sox pitcher to toss a no-hitter this year after Phil Humbert pitched a perfect game earlier this month.
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