White Sox's Carson Fulmer: Takes no-decision in quality start
Fulmer allowed just one run on four hits and a walk with five strikeouts through six innings but was left with a no-decision Friday against Detroit.
Fulmer's likely to be part of the White Sox pitching staff next season, but whether that will be as a starter or reliever could hinge on his final few starts this season. Manager Rick Renteria told Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune that the organization is using September as "a huge part of our evaluation." Fulmer has now allowed just one run over six innings in two straight starts and has 14 strikeouts over those 12 innings. After a disastrous start August 21 when he allowed six runs and failed to complete the second inning, Fulmer is starting to settle in.
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