• Dunn, Sale propel White Sox past Rays

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Apr 26, 2013
    Chris Sale pitching at home and Adam Dunn starting to swing better added up to a win for the Chicago White Sox. Dunn was back in the starting lineup, hitting fourth, for Thursday's series opener against the Rays. The most important moment coming from Thursday's 5-2 White Sox victory over the Rays at U.S. He has only been part of the White Sox for 21 regular-season games including Thursday. By Dunn's third at-bat, the numbness in his fingers had worn off and he felt fine. Jeff Keppinger spent just last season with the Rays, albeit his best of nine big league campaigns, featuring a .325 average, nine homers and 40 RBIs. So what was the message delivered by Flowers to his talented young hurler, who showed his frustration by snatching a return throw back from Flowers with his pitching hand after the Fuld walk?
    Sources: MLB.com ESPN.com
    • Dunn brushes off chronic right-hand issue

      White Sox slugger Adam Dunn minimized the impact of two fingers on his right going numb during an at-bat on Wednesday. He says it happens multiple times throughout the season.
      Source: MLB.com

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