Chicago White Sox (13-17)-New York Mets (12-16)
SANTIAGO: Santiago turned in a fine emergency start last Thursday while filling in for Jake Peavy. Santiago worked 5 1/3 innings, allowing just two hits and one run. Santiago fanned six and issued two walks. Opponents are hitting just .214 against him.HARVEY: Though Harvey's last two outings have not been quite as dominant as his first four, he is still 4-0 with gaudy strikeout totals and a microscopic ERA. Harvey lost to the Braves in their only meeting last season, walking five.
PEAVY: Peavy is ready to go after missing one start because of back spasms. The righty, who underwent extensive treatment since experiencing the back issue last Thursday, felt good after a bullpen session on Monday._________________________________________________HEFNER: All but untouchable over eight innings, Hefner's night unraveled after he allowed a hit to open the ninth last Tuesday against the Marlins. The result was his third loss, despite his eight strikeouts and one earned run.
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