White Sox end slide, cool off Rays (2)

10:17, April 22, 2010      

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The Rays faced the White Sox for the first time since they were on the losing side of Mark Buehrle's perfect game on July 23.

Danks (2-0) allowed one run and two hits with nine strikeouts and two walks.

"I fdidn't have much of a changeup in the first two innings, but A.J. did a good job of sticking with it. The last four innings or so it really came along and it was a pitch I was leaning heavily on. Through the course of the game I had a couple of pitches working for me that really helped," Danks said.

Tampa Bay left-hander David Price (2-1) allowed three runs and six hits in five innings. He struck out three and walked three.

"David pitched well. He wasn't as sharp as he had been. He gave us enough to win but we couldn't mount any offense," Maddon said. "David had really good stuff tonight. He just wasn't as sharp with his fastball command-wise. He pitched well enough to win. We just didn't score enough to win."

Source:China Daily

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