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Share TweetThe White Sox tossed a no-hitter thru six to beat the Twins. How do the Tigers respond? Anibal Sanchez had a no-no into the seventh in a 5-3 win over the Indians to stay one back.Source: CNNSI.com
Sale trying to ignore Cy Young buzzUpdated Sep 15, 2012 Share TweetWith 17 wins to his credit as the established ace of the White Sox staff, left-hander Chris Sale is among the short list of AL Cy Young Award candidates.Share TweetAdam Dunn was in the White Sox lineup, playing first base and batting third, on Saturday for the first time since Sept. 5.
Gardenhire remains cautious with DoumitUpdated Sep 15, 2012 Share TweetCatcher Ryan Doumit met with Twins manager Ron Gardenhire before Saturday's game against the White Sox to tell him he's healthy and ready to play. But Doumit was held out of the lineup as a precaution.Share TweetTwins catcher Joe Mauer, who is out with back spasms, worked out on the field and took batting practice in the cages before Saturday's game against the White Sox.
Sale throws 6 scoreless, wins 17th versus TwinsUpdated Sep 15, 2012 Share TweetChris Sale threw six scoreless innings to notch his 17th victory after being rained out the night before, helping the Chicago White Sox keep their one-game lead in the AL Central by beating the Minnesota Twins 6-0 on Friday.Source: ESPN.com