Toronto Blue Jays
Chicago White Sox
Monday, June 10, 7:10 PM CDT, U.S. Cellular Field
5-7, 4.66 ERA...........
3-4, 3.73 ERA
Dickey had his best start of the year during his last outing against the Giants. He came within two outs of a shutout before being pulled with one out in the ninth. He allowed just two hits and two walks over his 8 1/3 innings.
Axelrod might someday be the answer to a trivia question, as he was the starting pitcher in Wednesday's 16-inning, 5 1/2-hour affair in Seattle. Axelrod allowed six hits but no runs over 5 1/3 innings, while striking out four and walking five.
Tuesday, June 11, 7:10 PM CDT, U.S. Cellular Field
0-0, -.-- ERA........
3-2, 3.95 ERA
Wang will make his first start for the Blue Jays after signing a big league deal this past week. Wang had a 4-4 record with a 2.33 ERA in 58 innings this season with the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate.
It was a much-needed boost for a tired bullpen provided by Quintana on Thursday against the A's, when he lasted 7 2/3 innings. Quintana finished with a no-decision when the White Sox couldn't hold a 3-0 lead, giving him one victory since April 25.
Wednesday, June 12, 7:10 PM CDT, U.S. Cellular Field
1-2, 3.60 ERA.........
5-4, 2.68 ERA
Rogers will be making his third start of the season after moving out of the bullpen. His last outing vs. Texas was his best, and longest. Rogers lasted four innings, giving up a single run on three hits and a walk, with six strikeouts.
Sale made one mistake in Friday's loss to the A's and it resulted in a Josh Donaldson game-winning grand slam. Sale had his scoreless-innings streak at home snapped at 17 and allowed more than two earned runs for the first time since April 13.