The last time the Chicago White Sox lost a series was way back in the Kansas City Royals series.The Sox have been on a roll since then, but were unable to figure out a 30-27 Toronto Blue Jays team. They struggled to get the offense going, which seems to be the trend while playing at home. The White Sox are playing under .500 ball at home while playing lights out at opposing ball parks. Now starts the notorious inter-league play. The White Sox will play host to the Houston Astros for a weekend series at U.S. Cellular Field. The White Sox come into play 32-25 while the Astros come into this contest second to last with a 24-33.
Gavin Floyd (4-5, 5.32 ERA) vs Wandy Rodriguez (4-4, 3.14 ERA)
Chris Sale (7-2, 2.30 ERA) vs Jordan Lyles (1-1, 4.97 ERA)
Phil Humber (2-3, 5.68 ERA) vs Lucas Harrell (5-4, 4.70 ERA)
A.J. Pierzynski: last series A.J. is hitting .400 (4-10) with one run, two RBI and one BB.
Brett Wallace: Brett is hitting .363 (4-11) with three runs, two RBI and one BB.
Alexi Ramirez: Ramirez has struggled all year getting going, but against Toronto Ramirez had zeros across all stat categories.
Chris Snyder: Snyder has had a rough start to the season. For the year Snyder’s line is AVG .198/OBP .296/SLG .337.
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