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When the Chicago White Sox come to Arizona’s Chase Field on Monday, they’ll face D-backs ace Zack Greinke when he’s at the top of his game. He’ll be facing White Sox right-hander Miguel Gonzalez, who is going in the opposite direction, having lost his last four starts. He’s 0-3 with a 6.23 ERA this month.

Greinke (5-2) has won four of his last Kevin Pillar Jersey five starts with a 2.94 ERA over 33 2/3 innings in that span. He’s also struck out 46 against five walks — and also given up seven homers — in that streak.

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Gonzalez (3-4) has also had Russell Martin Jersey an issue with control of late, issuing nine walks over his last two starts. He got his only career start against the D-backs on Aug. 13, 2013, a no-decision as a member of the Baltimore Orioles. The D-backs won, 4-3, in extra innings, after Gonzalez allowed two runs over seven innings.

“You don’t want to lay the ball in — the Arizona Diamondbacks are swinging the bat really well,” White Sox manager Rick Renteria said. “We have to make pitches, we have to execute. Marcus Stroman Jersey We have to play really clean baseball, that’s the bottom line.”

Ryan Goins Jersey Things to know about this game

• White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia was raking going into Saturday’s game against the Mariners — hitting .361 (13-for-36) over his previous nine games. But he absolutely crushed the ball Saturday, going 4-for-5 with two homers, and became the third White Sox player to have four extra-base hits and six RBIs in a game.

• D-backs third baseman Jake Lamb also has been torrid of late. He snapped an eight-game hitting streak on Sunday. He hit .469 (15-for-32) in that span, but he faces a different trend Monday, as he has hit .200 against American League teams this season. Something’s got to give.

• White Sox center fielder Leury Garcia came back into the starting lineup Sunday after sitting two games with a sore elbow, and his return came at the right time. He’s one of the Custom Blue Jays Jersey team’s top hitters in Monday games, hitting .500 (6-for-12) in contests at the start of the week.

Rob Shore is a contributor to and covered the White Sox on Sunday. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

White Sox Jose Bautista customized blue jays jersey struggling against right-handers

KANSAS CITY — A Custom Blue Jays Jersey 6-1 loss to the Royals on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium dropped the White Sox to 14-12 and out of first place in the American League Central.

But a deeper look inside that record shows the team has a 6-10 mark against right-handed starters and an impressive 8-2 ledger vs. left-handers. The team is set up better against lefties, with Avisail Garcia, Jose Abreu, Todd Frazier and Tim Anderson as a few of their main Jose Bautista Youth Jersey offensive weapons hitting from the right-hand side.

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In Wednesday’s setback, the White Sox had two left-handed hitters in Cody Asche and Omar Narvaez and three switch-hitters in Melky Cabrera, Leury Garcia and Yolmer Sanchez. That quintet finished 1-for-14, with Cabrera and his .266 average from the left side producing the lone hit, a first-inning single.

“That’s a very good stat. I didn’t know about it,” said Abreu, who homered in the ninth to avoid a shutout, through an interpreter. “We’re facing very good right-handed pitchers customized Toronto Blue Jays jersey, and it’s early in the season. We’re going to make adjustments and be OK.”

“I’ll be honest, I haven’t been looking at that in terms of it being a trend,” manager Rick Renteria said. “We have been playing pretty well. I thought [Royals starter Nathan Karns] did a nice job today of attacking our hitters.”

Karns limited the White Sox to one hit through six innings, while striking out seven.

Only Avisail Garcia (.318), Narvaez (.276), Cabrera (.266), Matt Davidson (.258) and Abreu (.250) have averages at .250 or above, among the White Sox regulars. Davidson did not start Wednesday, but Jose Bautista Jersey pinch-hit for Asche in the sixth after Asche struck out in the third to fall to 4-for-44 on the season.

“Yeah, he’s OK,” Renteria said of Asche.

Davidson (.581) and Avisail Garcia (.545) have the only slugging percentages among the regulars at .500 or above against right-handed pitchers. They have faced a tough stretch of right-handed starters in Detroit’s Justin Verlander, Minnesota’s Ervin Santana twice, Cleveland’s Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco and the Yankees’ Masahiro Tanaka.

“We have to get the confidence in ourselves, the confidence in our work and to keep working hard every day, day by day, game by game, pitch by pitch,” Abreu said. “If we continue doing our job, we’re going to be there by the end of the season.”