Found June 30, 2012 on Razzball:
The Chicago White Sox started a three game series with the Yankees last night and came up with a huge win. Jose Quintana pitched 6.0 innings, gave up 8 hits, 6 ER, 5 Ks, and got the win. As far as starts at Yankee Stadium go, this one could have been a lot worse. If you had the cajones to start him at least you got a win and 5 Ks. I still like Quintana a lot, but I’d steer clear of his start vs. Texas next week. Quintana aside, it was the White Sox offense that were the real stars last night and got Jose the win. A.J.  Pierzynski went 3-for-5 with 2 HRs as the White Sox tallied 14 runs on 19 hits against Sabathia’s replacement, errr….whatshisname. The multi-homer game was A.J.’s fifth in his career, and Pierzynski is having his best season to date. He’s making a strong case to be the AL All Star starting catcher.  It wasn’t just A.J.; the entire White Sox offense were on tonight, too. Alex Rios had his 5th multi-hit game in a row and is having himself quite a respectable season to d...
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