New York Mets (30-42)-Chicago White Sox (31-42)
WHEELER: Wheeler's debut went about as well as the Mets could have hoped, with six scoreless innings against the Braves. He was temporarily optioned back to Triple-A afterward, but will return in time to pitch Tuesday in Chicago.SALE: Sale had an unusual outing Wednesday at Target Field. After a rocky second, which included two visits from the White Sox trainer, Sale couldn't quite find a rhythm and gave up four runs on eight hits through five innings.
MARCUM: Following another subpar outing last Wednesday in Atlanta, Marcum's rotation spot appears to be at risk. He will look to turn things around against the White Sox, a team he has not faced since he was with Toronto in 2010.DANKS: Danks gave up four home runs to the Twins in five innings on Thursday at Target Field. The left-hander gave up six runs on 12 hits, as he struggled to put batters away while only striking out two.
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