The White Sox (13-16) dropped three games under .500 following their 8-6 loss to the Indians (16-11). SP Philip Humber (L, 1-2) lasted only 2 and 1/3 innings while allowing 9 hits, 2 walks and 8 earned runs. He struck out only one batter before turning the game over to SP Jose Quintana, who pitched dominantly in his MLB debut.
The 23-year-old Quintana lasted 5 and 2/3 innings to finish the game for the White Sox, as he allowed only one to the Indians lineup -- a triple off the bat of DH Travis Hafner -- while striking out 3 and walking 2.
Meanwhile, the Sox managed to cull 6 runs off the Indians pitching staff, but SP Zach McAllister (W, 1-0) and Nick Hagadone (S, 1) managed to limit the damage enough to seal the Indians' 8-6 win.
The Sox will finished their doubleheader Monday night at 6:05 p.m. CDT if the weather holds.
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