Apr 18, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Chicago White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez (10) dives and catches the ground out hit by Texas Rangers third baseman Kevin Kouzmanoff (no pictured) during the sixth inning of a baseball game at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Mandatory Credit: Jim Cowsert-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago White Sox Morning BP (4/19)


Can we just forget about the 12-0 loss the Chicago White Sox suffered on Friday night to the Texas Rangers and just move on?

Yes, let’s do that, because it was just bad, and I already vented last night in my postgame opinion article.

Let’s look forward to Saturday’s game as the White Sox will send Jose Quintana (1-0, 2.37 ERA) to the mound to face-off against Colby Lewis (0-1, 6.75 ERA) in the second game of this series.

One plus headed into this game, as the White Sox have a three-game losing streak, is the bat of Alexei Ramirez. Ramirez is currently on a  franchise-record 17-game hitting streak to start the season, passing Hall of Famer Frank Thomas two games ago.

Ramirez is playing back to how he once used to, and it is good to see him off to such a good (and constant) start this season.

Let’s all hope tonight’s game is much better than Friday, or at least more competitive.

In other White Sox news:

• The Chicago Sun-Times has an article saying the “White Sox have options with Paulino.”

CSN Chicago writes that Adam Eaton will be back in the lineup.

• Here is Da Windy City’s article on the 12-0 loss on Friday.

The Chicago Tribune posted a video of Robin Ventura talking about the performance of Paulino.

• Here are the MLB Standings entering Saturday.

CBS Sports reports that Andre Rienzo will be called up to the White Sox today, replacing Paulino, saying “Paulino has struggled early, and complained of some soreness following Friday’s game.”

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