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ANAHEIM — Mike Trout did it again.

The reigning American League MVP homered for the fifth time in his last six
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“That was unbelievable,” Angels starting pitcher Matt Shoemaker said. “That’s why he’s so fun to watch.”

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Shoemaker (3-2) allowed four runs in the first two frames, including a two-run homer by Jose Abreu in the first, but nothing after that as he went 6 1/3 innings and struck out a season-high nine.

“Really, no big adjustments,” Shoemaker said. “Just staying aggressive, attacking the zone. You’ve just got to go out there and keep pitching, keep trying to get outs and put up zeros, and then your team picks you up, which is great.”

Said Angels manager Mike Scioscia: “He had to earn every out. He made some pitches when he had to, got some big strikeouts when he had to. That lineup over there, they’ve got some guys that are swinging the bat as well as anyone in the league. He got into the seventh inning, which is a good sign.”

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The night didn’t go as smoothly on the mound for the White Sox. Starter Miguel
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“Guys are not swinging at my pitches,” Gonzalez said. “They’re being a little more patient, and I’m falling behind. If we can fix that, then we’ll be OK. Things will change.”

Chicago starters are now 0-8 with a 6.36 ERA over the last 11 games, with opponents hitting .294 over that span. But it didn’t get any easier for the bullpen.

Anthony Swarzak relieved Gonzalez and took a streak of 19 2/3 scoreless innings to the mound, but consecutive singles by Maldonado and Cameron Maybin
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“I don’t care what kind of year you’re having, what streak is going on or whatever,” Swarzak said. “If you’re giving up three consecutive hits to three consecutive batters, that’s an issue.”

Swarzak’s scoreless streak ends at 19 1/3

Maldonado picked up his third RBI of the game with a single in the seventh in yet another four-run outburst for the Angels, who held off a late charge by the White Sox to climb above .500 for the first time since May 3.

“The character of this club is unbelievable,” Shoemaker said. “Great clubhouse,
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The Machine continues to rage: A night after hitting the game-winning RBI,
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I’ll take a Martin. Actually, make it three: Maldonado came through at the plate for the Angels, notching a season-high three RBIs. His second RBI — a dribbler down the third-base line — plated Ben Revere with the go-ahead run.

Swarzak’s run of excellence, bordering on mind-boggling, came to a temporary end in the sixth inning when the right-hander allowed three runs on three hits. Entering the night, Swarzak had allowed two hits and one walk in his last 50 batters faced and had a scoreless streak of 19 2/3 innings come to an end. He was the only pitcher remaining the Majors to work 19-plus innings without allowing a run in 2017.

“He got a little tight on the ball he hit to the wall in right-center [in the fifth inning]. Running, he felt OK. In the [sixth], he was a little tight so we took him out as a precaution. Right now, it’s day to day.” — Scioscia, on pinch-running for Pujols after he walked in the sixth inning

“We’ve lost 14 of the last 15 here? I wasn’t aware of that. OK. I don’t know. I’ll have to think about that a little.” — White Sox manager Rick Renteria, on Chicago’s struggles in Anaheim

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Here’s a look at top prospects to watch in today’s Minor League action:
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Hitter to watch: Ozzie Albies (Braves’ No. 1), Gwinnett at Norfolk (12:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV)

Albies reached base in each of his five plate appearances out of the leadoff spot
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Pitcher to watch: Carson Fulmer (White Sox No. 5), Charlotte vs. Durham (7:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV)

Fulmer,’s No. 63 overall prospect, has been a model of
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Duel of the day: Walker Buehler (Dodgers’ No. 5) vs. Jack Flaherty (Cardinals’ No. 8), Tulsa at Springfield (12:10 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV)

Buehler, 22, is set to make his second start for Tulsa since being promoted to the Double-A level. The No. 84 overall prospect worked a season-high four innings in his Drillers debut, allowing two earned runs on six hits and one walk with three strikeouts. Before joining Tulsa, Buehler posted a 1.77 ERA with 30 strikeouts in
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Flaherty enters the day with an unblemished 6-0 record through seven starts for Springfield. The 21-year-old righty has been as good as his record suggests, as he
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Angels’ Kole Calhoun, Custom Orioles Jersey Mike Trout homer in win

ANAHEIM — Kole Calhoun and Mike Trout smashed back-to-back home runs off
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Calhoun blasted a three-run homer to right-center field to tie the game, 3-3, before Trout followed with a solo shot — his 12th of the season — to left to put the Halos in front, 4-3. It was the first time the Angels have produced back-to-back home runs this year.

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Trout has now homered in four consecutive games, becoming the first Angel to accomplish the feat since Mark Trumbo did it in May 2012.

“Unbelievable,” Calhoun said. “His first game [back from hamstring tightness] he didn’t get a hit, and now he’s back to Mike Trout. Every day he’s going to amaze you with something.”

Martin Maldonado added a solo homer in the seventh to help back a strong outing from Angels right-hander Jesse Chavez, who allowed three runs on five hits with one walk and five strikeouts over seven-plus innings. Chavez became only the second Angels pitcher to work into the eighth this season, though he opened the inning by walking Tyler Saladino, prompting Angels manager Mike Scioscia to lift him in favor of Jose Alvarez. It still marked Chavez’s longest start since Aug. 19, 2015.

“I just roll with the punches,” Chavez said. “Today he was able to instill that trust in me and go back out there for that eighth. He gave me that leash, and I didn’t take advantage of it to earn that trust a little bit, but next time he gives it to me, I’m going to take it.”

Chavez retired the first nine batters he faced, but he stumbled in the fourth, yielding a two-run blast to Jose Abreu that gave the White Sox a 2-0 lead. Saladino extended Chicago’s lead to 3-0 with an RBI triple in the fifth, but that proved to be the extent of the damage against Chavez.

The White Sox threatened in the ninth, putting runners on first and second with two outs against closer Bud Norris, but Norris struck out Kevan Smith looking to
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Pelfrey lasted only 4 2/3 innings in his fifth start of the season for the White Sox, surrendering four runs on three hits while walking three and striking out two. Pelfrey allowed just two baserunners through the first four innings before losing his command in the fifth, when he issued two walks and a pair of homers to fuel the Angels’ rally.

“He was throwing a lot of strikes,” said White Sox manager Rick Renteria. “His breaking ball was working well. I thought he was working both sides of the plate. In the end, it started to sputter a little bit. He gave us what he could give us. He gave us a chance to win that ballgame. And quite frankly, I didn’t take advantage of it.”

Pelfrey blamed going deep into counts on too many hitters.

“I’m pretty frustrated,” Pelfrey said. “Pretty disappointed. Pretty tough to
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Angels rock Pelfrey for four runs: The Angels had just one hit entering the bottom of the fifth inning, but they erased a three-run deficit by erupting for four runs behind Calhoun and Trout’s homers. Still, Cameron Maybin ignited the comeback by drawing a one-out walk on a 3-2 sinker from Pelfrey that appeared to be strike three but was called a ball by home plate umpire Mike DiMuro.
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But Pelfrey could not escape trouble, as Calhoun and Trout subsequently went deep to shift the momentum in the Angels’ favor. More >

Chavez’s shutdown inning: After the Angels took a 4-3 lead, Chavez came out for the sixth and gave up a leadoff single Melky Cabrera, putting the tying run on first for Chicago. Still, Chavez averted danger by coaxing a flyout from Abreu, a forceout from Leury Garcia and a groundout from Todd Frazier to leave the runner stranded, preserving the Halos’ slim lead.

Anthony Swarzak allowed a two-out double to Andrelton Simmons in the sixth. The White Sox right-hander had allowed one hit in his previous 48 hitters faced.
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White Sox: Left-hander Derek Holland is scheduled to make his eighth start
Website Tuesday at 9:07 p.m. CT. Holland is coming off his worst outing of the season, yet only gave up three earned runs in five innings against the Twins. On the season he is 3-3 with a 2.43 ERA.

Angels: Right-hander JC Ramirez will take the mound for the Angels on Tuesday in the second game of their three-game series against the White Sox at 7:07 p.m. PT at Angel Stadium. In two career relief appearances against Chicago, Ramirez is 0-1 with a 3.38 ERA.

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Custom Twins Jersey Rick Renteria regrets not pulling Mike Pelfrey

ANAHEIM — Since the start of his White Sox managerial tenure, Rick Renteria
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But it was Renteria who told reporters about breaking that philosophy in a key
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Mike Pelfrey, who was effectively wild for most of the night, had a two-on, two-out situation in the fifth inning with the White Sox leading by a 3-0 margin and left-handed-hitting Kole Calhoun at the plate. Renteria had left-handed reliever Dan Jennings warming in the bullpen, but chose to stay with Pelfrey and try to
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“Pelf gave us a nice four-plus innings. Really, he gave us enough to do what we need to do,” Renteria said. “I had those guys out there ready to pick him up and I didn’t. I went against my better judgment.

“Honestly, we had [Jennings] ready for Calhoun and a righty ready. That’s not any of their faults but mine. At least it would have given us a better chance. I can’t guarantee that the outcome would have been what we wanted, but the
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Anthony Swarzak, who yielded a double Andrelton Simmons in the sixth inning — the second hit allowed to the last 50 batters faced — replaced Pelfrey in the fifth. Swarzak was ready to face Mike Trout after Calhoun, but Pelfrey stayed in the game and yielded Trout’s go-ahead home run.

Pelfrey went to at least a three-ball count against 11 Angels hitters. Cameron Maybin worked the count full with one out in the fateful fifth, but Pelfrey’s 3-2 sinker within the strike zone was called ball four by home plate umpire Mike
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“I’m pretty frustrated. Pretty disappointed. Pretty tough to swallow after being given that 3-0 lead and giving it right back. It [stinks],” Pelfrey told reporters after falling to 0-4. “I felt like it was 3-2 to everybody. Eventually it caught up to
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In five starts with the White Sox, Pelfrey has worked into the sixth inning only one time. The deeper he works, the more problems Pelfrey seems to face. He now has allowed nine of his 16 runs this season in pitches 75 to 100.

That statistic also could have factored into the pitching-change decision for Renteria. Instead, it became a tough but teachable moment for Renteria himself.

“Today my emotions for an individual came before the reality of managing for a team,” Renteria said. “You cannot do that and win ballgames consistently over an
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“This one doesn’t sit well with me. I’m sure it doesn’t sit well with very many
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CHICAGO — The murmurs began on social media shortly after the White Sox optioned infielder Cody Asche to Triple-A Charlotte following Sunday’s win over
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Could this move mean the arrival of Yoan Moncada, the No. 1 prospect in all of baseball per

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When the White Sox quickly advised a pitcher would be added prior to Monday night’s series opener in Anaheim, the guessing switched to potential additions for
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Some people point to service time as an issue for the big league start with these
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General manager Rick Hahn addressed that point during a recent conversation
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“We want him to be in a position to succeed when he gets here and not just survive,” Hahn said of Burdi but also making a point applicable to all of these prospects. “His stuff is probably good enough to survive. Now we are getting close to the point where you see that level of consistency that makes you feel comfortable to give him that next challenge here up in Chicago.”

A goal for the White Sox in regard to this critical mass of talent is having them stay in the Majors once they arrive. They don’t want Moncada to come up for a
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Obviously, that callup process doesn’t rank as an exact science. Aaron Rowand and Joe Crede, two accomplished Major Leaguers who made major contributions to the 2005 White Sox World Series championship, had to go back to the Minors
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So while there’s an overall desire for what shapes up as an exciting future to begin as soon as possible for the South Siders, the organization understands the wait should be worth it.

“You do want them to be as well-equipped as possible,” Hahn said. “You make adjustments to a player’s defensive approach, and you want that to become second nature at the Minor League level. When you get to the bigs, the game is a little quicker and everything moves a little faster.

“If those alterations aren’t ingrained at that point, it might be a little harder to execute up at this level. You want to be as confident as you can any changes you’ve made have taken hold and become second nature for the player.”

Scott Merkin has covered the White Sox for since 2003. Read his blog,
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The White Sox arrived in Southern California without their catcher. They had best get used to it.

The club announced that catcher Geovany Soto would have arthroscopic surgery
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White Sox manager Rick Renteria said he thought Soto, 34, was handling the setback as well as could be expected.

“I think he’s fine,” Renteria said. “Obviously nobody ever wants to go down,
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“I just think he wants to resolve the pain in his elbow. I guess it’s been pretty significant.”

Soto is scheduled to undergo surgery Tuesday for debridement with loose body removal on his right elbow, which landed him on the disabled list twice over the
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Soto signed a one-year contract with the White Sox in the offseason and was hitting .190 with three home runs in 13 games.

With Soto out, the White Sox catching duties have fallen to Omar Narvaez (.228, no homers, three RBIs in 57 at-bats) and Kevan Smith (.133, no homers, 1 RBI, 15 at-bats).

“I don’t think they’re overwhelmed by any means,” Renteria said. “I think they feel good, they’re comfortable in their own skin and what they’re capable of doing.

“I think we continue to monitor and Coop [pitching coach Dan Cooper] continues to talk to them in between innings and certain situations. They’re fine.”

Shields improved

Right-hander James Shields (right lat strain) threw on the field prior to Monday’s
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“I just kind of tested it out to see if I’m feeling anything, and I felt great today,” Shields said. “Positive and in the right direction. We’re going to move on [Tuesday] and start the throwing program.”

Shields, 35, already had one setback in his return and admitted to some frustration.

“When you’re not throwing for a long time and watching the guys play, you get a little itchy,” he said. “I know it’s a process, and I’m going try and stick to the
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Infante returns

Seven years after making his Major League debut with the White Sox, right-handed reliever Gregory Infante returned to the team Monday. He takes the spot of infielder Cody Asche, who was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte.

On Monday night, Infante tossed a scoreless inning in relief, allowing one hit and
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“I’m very happy to get this opportunity to pitch here again,” Infante said before the game. “The last seven years were tough years. I worked a lot to get to this point again.”

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Infante, 29, was 0-1 with a 2.08 ERA and three saves for Charlotte. He appeared in five games with the White Sox in 2010, before spending most of the past seven years in the Minors.

Infante said he felt appreciative of the opportunity and respectful of all the work
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“I was just happy,” he said. “I took a moment to realize all the work and all the things I had to pass through the last seven years. It was a very satisfying moment.”

Anderson back

Shortstop Tim Anderson returned to the team Monday after being allowed to miss three games to attend the funeral of his close friend. The White Sox played a man short over the weekend.

“They’ve definitely been in my corner and showed me support,” he said. “It means a lot. It speaks highly to the kind of organization they are. They really care about their players.”

Anderson was not in the lineup Monday, but Renteria said he would be back
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Steve Dilbeck is a contributor to and covered the White Sox on Monday. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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CHICAGO — The most solid of contact made by the White Sox during an eight-run eighth inning in a 9-3 victory over the Padres Sunday was Todd Frazier’s towering bid for a grand slam resulting in the frame’s final out.

That rally off of San Diego relievers Ryan Buchter, Brandon Maurer and Craig
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“We gave one away today,” Padres manager Andy Green said. “It was a painful
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“Eight-run eighth, that doesn’t happen too often in the game of baseball,” Frazier said. “Guys battling. A walk here, a couple knocks here, and away we go. Everybody just battling their butt off, taking really good at-bats and waiting for their pitch. It was a lot of fun.”

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Buchter assisted the comeback for the White Sox by issuing one-out walks to
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Tyler Saladino followed with a popped up bunt caught by first baseman Will Myers for the second out. But when Myers turned his back on the play, Frazier
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Fourteen hitters in total came to the plate for the White Sox, who picked up their seventh come-from-behind victory and improved to 2-17 when trailing after seven innings. The ’17 Padres won’t exactly be confused with the ’27 Yankees, but the miscues coming with a youthful rebuild engaged in by San Diego shouldn’t
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Jose Quintana finished with his 60th no-decision since ’12, ranking No. 1 in the Majors in this dubious category. He has received two runs or less of support in six of his eight starts this season, but even if the offense didn’t score for him, it scored big for the team.

“Really good comeback and we take the series. That’s the most important thing here,” Quintana said. “I tried to throw the ball well and get some quick outs. I’m a little frustrated because I didn’t [pitch well enough to] get the win, but the most important thing here is the team won.”

“You’ve got to think that way. That’s what we’ve got to do,” said Frazier of erasing the 3-1 deficit. “And then I came up with a walk, pushed it a little bit, put a little more pressure on him. Then we opened the floodgates with the two-RBI single
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CHICAGO — The White Sox rallied for eight runs in the eighth and claimed a 9-3 victory over the Padres Sunday at Guaranteed Rate Field, giving them the series win and a second straight victory after six consecutive losses. They scored those
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“We gave one away today. It was a painful loss,” Padres manager Andy Green said.

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“Guys showed a lot of patience and controlled the zone,” White Sox manager Rick Renteria said. “We were able to take advantage of it, in a big way.”

Shields expected to resume throwing Monday

The Padres were staked to an early lead on Hunter Renfroe’s three-run homer in the 7th, breaking up what was otherwise a strong start from Jose Quintana.

However, trouble brewed in the eighth. Trailing 3-1, Padres reliever Ryan Buchter walked Yolmer Sanchez and Jose Abreu with one out. The bases were loaded on an error by Luis Sardinas off a routine Avisail Garcia ground out.
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“It was just a good read by Frazier right there,” Myers said. “I felt like I could have been more aware of what was going on and make sure I checked him instead of turning my back to him.”

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“You just read what’s going on, and you take a chance,” Frazier said. “I thought it was a good chance to take there. We scored, we were up two runs already with
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Jered Weaver once again dominated the White Sox, even though he entered the contest with a 0-4 mark and a 6.81 ERA. The White Sox had lost eight straight games started by Weaver before Sunday. More >

Weaver allowed one run in the first inning but that was all the White Sox could produce, as Weaver yielded five hits in six innings and 89 pitches. Quintana finished with a no-decision, yielding three runs on five hits over seven innings, striking out five and walking four.

Momentary advantage: Renfroe’s three-run home run in the seventh marked his sixth of the season and first since April 26, giving the Padres a 3-1 lead. He
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Off the ropes early: Singles from Leury Garcia and Sanchez, who both were using pink bats Sunday, and Abreu getting hit by a pitch left the White Sox with a bases loaded, nobody out situation in the first against Weaver. But in three pitches, the inning was over and the White Sox scored only one run. Garcia hit into a double play on a 1-0 pitch and Frazier grounded out on the next pitch after the double play.

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“Walks and defensive breakdowns. It’s one of the ugliest half innings I’ve ever seen in baseball, especially at the Major League level. There’s no excuse for so many things that happened out there that inning. Walks are going to happen from time to time, our pitchers are out there battling, but you couple that with the way we played defense. Yeah, it was disgusting baseball.” — Green, about the eight-run eighth inning

“Carelessness, shortsightedness, not paying attention to the situation, not getting time out, not recognizing where runners are on the baseball field. No excuse in it. It’s a Major League baseball field. This isn’t Little League.” — Green, about
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“I tried to go away so I missed the spot. That’s what happens when you miss the spot.” — Quintana on Renfroe’s homer, pointing to an issue with fastball command this season

Quintana picked up his 60th no-decision in Sunday’s contest, the most in the Major Leagues since 2012. He is 2-1 with 2.76 ERA over his last four starts, after going 0-4 with a 6.17 ERA in his first four.

Green challenged Frazier’s tag when Myers was called out at third as he tried to advance from first on Hedges’ single over right fielder Garcia in the fourth inning on a routine fly ball that Garcia overran. After a review, the call stood. San Diego lost its challenge, and Myers was out on the 8-6-5 play.

Padres: RHP Luis Perdomo (0-0, 4.13 ERA) will try for his first victory in his sixth start as San Diego opens a four-game home series against Milwaukee on Monday. First pitch is set for 7:10 p.m. PT.

White Sox: Mike Pelfrey (0-3, 5.21 ERA) goes in search of his first victory as a member of the White Sox, making his fifth start and third on the road. The right-hander is 3-3 with a lifetime 4.26 ERA against the Angels.

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Scott Merkin has covered the White Sox for since 2003. Read his blog, Merk’s Works, follow him on Twitter @scottmerkin, on Facebook and listen to his podcast. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.