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Probable Pitchers

Minnesota Twins @ Chicago White Sox

, U.S. Cellular Field
Phil Hughes, RHP
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    Phil Hughes, last 3 starts
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    Phil Hughes, regular season
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    Phil Hughes, last 5 years vs. CWS
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Hughes utilized his curveball well last Friday, pitching seven innings and limiting the Rays to just two runs. He picked up his third consecutive victory in May after not winning a start in April.

Jeff Samardzija, RHP
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    Jeff Samardzija, last 3 starts
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    Jeff Samardzija, last 5 years vs. MIN
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Samardzija matched a season-high by working eight innings during his victory Sunday over the A's. He fanned five, walked three and allowed three runs during his fourth quality start as part of the White Sox.

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Minnesota Twins @ Chicago White Sox

, U.S. Cellular Field
Trevor May, RHP
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    Trevor May, last 3 starts
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Trevor May got the no-decision Saturday, pitching 6 2/3 innings and limiting the Rays to three runs on seven hits. It was the longest outing of his career and second quality start of the season.

Chris Sale, LHP
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    Chris Sale, regular season
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    Chris Sale, last 5 years vs. MIN
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Sale was engaged in a brilliant pitcher's battle with Corey Kluber during his last start Monday against the Indians. Both finished with no-decisions in the White Sox win, as Sale fanned seven and allowed one run in eight innings.

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Minnesota Twins @ Chicago White Sox

, U.S. Cellular Field
Kyle Gibson, RHP
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    Kyle Gibson, regular season
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    Kyle Gibson, last 5 years vs. CWS
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Gibson had a 0.96 ERA over his previous four starts, but couldn't keep it going against the Rays on Sunday. The right-hander lasted five innings, giving up three runs on eight hits.

Jose Quintana, LHP
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    Jose Quintana, regular season
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    Jose Quintana, last 5 years vs. MIN
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For a fifth straight start, Quintana pitched well enough to win. But for a third time over those five starts, the left-hander suffered a defeat. Quintana has yielded just eight runs over his last 33 innings pitched.

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Chicago White Sox @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
To Be Announced

Drew Hutchison, RHP
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    Drew Hutchison, last 5 years vs. CWS
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Hutchison's last outing vs. the Angels was spoiled when his bullpen couldn't protect a 3-2 lead in the seventh inning. Hutchison was charged with four earned runs over 6 2/3 innings, earning his first loss at 3-1.

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Chicago White Sox @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
To Be Announced

R.A. Dickey, RHP
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    R.A. Dickey, regular season
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    R.A. Dickey, last 5 years vs. CWS
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Dickey went the distance against the Angels his last time out. The knuckleballer threw his 14th career compete game despite surrendering multiple homers for the fifth time this season.

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