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White Sox's Carson Fulmer: Gives up four runs in loss to Cubs
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Fulmer gave up four runs on two hits, a walk and a hit batsman while recording only one out Wednesday against the Cubs.

The out he got finished off the seventh inning, but manager Robin Ventura stuck with Fulmer to start the eighth, and the results were disastrous. He hit Kris Bryant, then allowed a single, a double and a walk to load the bases; Jacob Turner came on in relief and promptly allowed a grand slam to Addison Russell, Fulmer looked strong in his first two outings after being called up in mid-July, but has now given up seven runs with four walks in his last inning of work (two appearances). Considering the 22-year-old had a 4.76 ERA and 1.53 WHIP in Double-A this year, it may not be a stretch to say that he isn't quite ready for the big leagues.

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White Sox's Anthony Ranaudo: Notches quality start in loss to Cubs
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ranaudo (1-1), making his White Sox debut and first start of the season, allowed three runs on two hits (both homers) and four walks over 6.2 innings in Wednesday's loss to the Cubs. He struck out three.

Considering Ranaudo produced a 17.18 ERA and 2:8 K:BB over two relief appearances with Texas earlier this year, this start has to count as an enormous step forward even though he still had more walks than strikeouts. After all, he managed to no-hit the Cubs for 5.1 innings before giving up a Kris Bryant solo homer. He also helped his own cause by providing the South Siders' only run with a solo homer, the first of his career. White Sox manager Robin Ventura can take some blame for getting a little too cute here, leaving his inexperienced starter in to pitch the seventh, which resulted in a two-run homer that hurt his final line considerably. Nonetheless, Ranaudo certainly showed a little something here -- enough at least to make him the top call-up if the White Sox need to fill a rotation slot moving forward.

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White Sox's Justin Morneau: Out of Wednesday's lineup
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Morneau is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Cubs.

Since returning from his elbow injury, Morneau has been used as the DH, but he will be out of Wednesday's lineup as the White Sox are playing in a National League ballpark. Morneau will likely return to the lineup on Friday when the White Sox head to Minnesota and face the Twins.

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White Sox's Jose Abreu: Still without home run in July
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Abreu's last home run came on June 23, but he's still hitting .329 in July.

Abreu has improved his batting average every month this season but his home run and RBI totals continue to lag in comparison to his past two years. Regardless, the third-year player will continue to earn playing time as the starting first baseman as he still ranks second among White Sox players in RBI and is hitting 26 points higher than the team's cumulative batting average.

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White Sox's Carlos Sanchez: Officially recalled from Triple-A
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sanchez was officially recalled from Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Sanchez will return to the White Sox for the third time this month, as he replaces Brett Lawrie, who was placed on the DL on Wednesday with a hamstring injury. The switch-hitting Sanchez will play behind Tyler Saladino at second base and figures to see a few spots starts over the next two weeks.

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