May 20, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Andre Rienzo (64) delivers a pitch in the first inning against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
The Chicago White Sox have played better than the Kansas City Royals for the past two nights (just enough), and it has resulted in consecutive wins.
Both nights it has been the home run, mixed with good enough pitching that has led the White Sox to victory, as tonight they have a chance to gain their first road series sweep out of Chicago if they can defeat the Royals.
The Sun-Times wrote:
"“Sale threw a light bullpen session of fewer than 30 pitches Tuesday and remains on track for a possible start against the visiting New York Yankees this weekend.”"
Sale would be nice to have against the Yankees this weekend, especially if he would start opposite of rookie Masahiro Tanaka, who suffered his first career loss on Tuesday against the Chicago Cubs.
Since there is a possibility of having Sale back in the rotation, I’m looking more forward to this weekend’s series.
Also props to Andre Rienzo and his six-inning performance, Tuesday. He allowed just two earned runs on five hits and two walks, along with eight strikeouts.
Now if only the rest of the rotation could follow his lead.
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• The Chicago Tribune has a video of Rienzo taking about his start on Tuesday.
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