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Tue, September 19
Minute Maid Park
Chicago White Sox
Houston Astros


W: C. McHugh (3-2)
L. Giolito (2-3)
K. Giles (32)

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CHW - None  
- J. Altuve (24)


Sat Sep 9
W 13 - 1SF
Sun Sep 10
W 8 - 1SF
Mon Sep 11
W 11 - 3at KC
Tue Sep 12
L 4 - 3at KC
Wed Sep 13
W 5 - 3at KC
Thu Sep 14
W 17 - 7at DET
Fri Sep 15
L 3 - 2at DET
Sat Sep 16
W 10 - 4at DET
Sun Sep 17
L 12 - 0at DET
Tue Sep 19
L 3 - 1at HOU
8:10 pm EDT
at HOU
8:10 pm EDT
Thu Sep 21
at HOU
8:10 pm EDT
Fri Sep 22
7:10 pm EDT
Sat Sep 23
2:10 pm EDT
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8:10 pm EDT
Mon Sep 25
8:10 pm EDT
Tue Sep 26
8:10 pm EDT
Wed Sep 27
8:10 pm EDT
Thu Sep 28
7:10 pm EDT
Fri Sep 29
at CLE


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White Sox's Yoan Moncada: Racks up three more hits Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Moncada went 3-for-4 with a stolen base and a run scored in Tuesday's loss to the Astros.

Moncada raised his season batting average from .227 to .241 in Tuesday's three-hit performance and is now hitting an impressive .302 during the month of September. The toolsy second baseman is still striking out in over 32 percent of his plate appearances, but he's been making enough solid contact recently to make his robust strikeout rate more palatable. The 22-year-old now has 10 hits in his last five starts and is on pace to turn in a very encouraging final month of the regular season.

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White Sox's Lucas Giolito: Tosses quality start against Astros
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Giolito (2-3) allowed two runs on seven hits and a walk over 6.2 innings Tuesday against the Astros. He struck out three and was saddled with the loss.

Giolito pitched well Tuesday but was stuck with the loss after the White Sox's offense was only able to muster up one run on the night. After appearing overmatched at the big-league level with the Nationals last season (6.75 ERA over 21.1 IP), the young righty has looked much more composed with his new organization in 2017, as he now holds a 2.58 ERA in his six starts since being recalled on Aug. 22. He lines up for a start against the Royals on Sunday.

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White Sox's Zack Collins: Makes strides defensively
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Collins finished the 2017 at Double-A Birmingham, posting an .893 OPS over 12 games with the Barons.

Collins came out of college with a reputation as a sure-thing bat with questions surrounding his defense -- however, his season played out the opposite way. He batted just .224 while striking out 27.3 percent of the time over his 471 plate appearances. It's not uncommon for young catchers to experience an initial dip in offense as they learn the defensive aspects of such a demanding position at the professional level. One noteworthy item that stands out is Collins walked in 18.5 percent of his plate appearances to post a .370 on-base percentage. There's nobody blocking him at the major-league level, so Collins could reach Chicago as a regular by 2019 if his defense remains on the same trajectory.

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White Sox's Alec Hansen: Makes big jump in 2017
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hansen finished off his 2017 season with two starts at Double-A Birmingham, giving up five runs on 15 hits and three walks while striking out 17 over 10.1 innings, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. "Having Hansen already in Double A is a huge step forward in terms of where he was a year ago when we drafted him," general manager Rick Hahn said. "It's a great tribute to him and our player development people."

Hansen, who fell out of the first round in 2016 draft after a rough junior year at the University of Oklahoma, has righted himself since joining the White Sox's organization. He pitched at three different levels in 2017 and was the minor-league strikeout king with 191. He also benefited from an improving changeup. The 22-year-old right-hander's goal for 2018, which is expected to begin at Birmingham, is to work on throwing his breaking balls -- slider, curve -- for strikes more consistently.

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White Sox's Willy Garcia: Makes first start off DL
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Garcia started in left field and went 0-for-3 in Sunday's 12-0 loss to the Tigers.

Garcia made his first start after missing 45 games while recovering from a fractured jaw. He filled in for Nicky Delmonico (rest) and had the misfortune of facing Detroit left-hander Matthew Boyd, who no-hit the White Sox over 8.2 innings before losing his bid when Tim Anderson doubled off him. The 24-year-old Garcia, who is not considered a top prospect in the organization, will use the final two weeks of the season to earn a spot on next season's 25-man roster.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGAvisail Garcia , RF.333
HRJose Abreu , 1B31
RBIJose Abreu , 1B97
OBPAvisail Garcia , RF.381
SLGJose Abreu , 1B.553
RJose Abreu , 1B91
SBTim Anderson , SS13
WDerek Holland , SP7
KDerek Holland , SP104
SVJuan Minaya , RP4

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