The Chicago White Sox are leading 4-2 over the Seattle Mariners through four innings on Sunday afternoon. The Mariners initially took the lead on a two-run homer by catcher Miguel Olivo in the second inning, but Chicago starter Chris Sale has been lights out otherwise.
Other than Olivo's homer, Sale has held Seattle to just one single and one walk, striking out five hitters over his first four innings. Seattle starter Kevin Millwood hasn't pitched nearly as well, giving up four runs on seven hits and five walks over just four innings.
The White Sox haven't gotten a single extra base hit yet, but they've already had 12 batters successfully get on base. Alex Rios, Adam Dunn, Brent Lillibridge and Eduardo Escobar have all reached base two times apiece.
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