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White Sox-Rays: Bobby Jenks Escapes a Nail-Biter to Outlast Tampa Bay

Published by on April 17, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Many people believe that the White Sox offense works on a feast-or-famine basis.

What do you call it when the offense gets 14 hits, and can only manage to bring around three runs?

For pitcher John Danks, it was almost a travesty.

Danks had his second strong outing of the year, in as many starts, picking up his first win after pitching six innings, and taking a shut-out attempt deep until Carlos Pena Jr. sent a blast out into right-center field.

Danks struck out eight batters, and only gave up two hits, but he also walked four. His control still needs a little work. He also had the advantage of not facing Evan Longoria, who has been dangerous at the plate this year.

While Danks...

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