Apr 15, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago White Sox designated hitter Adam Dunn rounds the bases after hitting a home run in the second inning in a game against the Boston Red Sox at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago White Sox vs. Boston Red Sox Starting Lineups (4/16)

Listed are the starting lineups for game two of three of the Chicago White Sox vs. Boston Red Sox series at US Cellular Field.

Starting pitchers will be for the White Sox: John Danks and for the Red Sox Clay Buchholz.

The lineups for Wednesday, April 16, 2014:

Chicago White Sox (8-6)

1. Adam Eaton (CF)

2. Marcus Semien (2B)

3. Conor Gillaspie (3B)

4. Jose Abreu (1B)

5. Adam Dunn (DH)

6. Dayan Viciedo (RF)

7. Alejandro De Aza (LF)

8. Alexei Ramirez (SS)

9. Adrian Nieto (C)


Boston Red Sox (5-9)

1. Dustin Pedroia (2B)

2. Xander Bogaerts (SS)

3. David Ortiz (DH)

4. Jonny Gomes (RF)

5. Grady Sizemore (LF)

6. A.J. Pierzynski (C)

7. Daniel Nava (1B)

8. Ryan Roberts (3B)

9. Jackie Bradley Jr. (CF)


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  • Oja

    Is there anything left to say but the White Sox bullpen is in full out travesty mode? It seems as if teams are intentionally holding back JUST to get to our relievers.
    What to DO about this, however, is a much more complicated issue I think.
    The team has shown at least some potential in starting pitching and performed wonderfully offensive thus far, making me feel like maybe we don’t need TOO much of a rebuild at all.
    What I’m saying is, if all we need is a rebuilt bullpen, do we still need to keep acting (and spending) like we’re Epsteinian Cubs?