Carlos Quentin follows through on an RBI double in the second inning. (Nam Y. Huh/AP)
By Jesse Temple / MLB.com
The White Sox bid adieu to the U.S. Cellular Field faithful with a triumph highlighted by the first Major League win of starter Daniel Hudson and four RBIs from slugger Carlos Quentin. The outfielder put a close game out of reach in the eighth inning with a big fly.
WP: Jackson, E. Pitches-strikes:
Jackson, E 111-69, Ni, F 2-1, Rodney 16-9, Perry 7-4, Hudson, D 95-52, Pena, R 30-18, Thornton 27-18. Groundouts-flyouts:
Jackson, E 11-3, Ni, F 0-0, Rodney 1-0, Perry 1-0, Hudson, D 1-8, Pena, R 3-0, Thornton 1-0. Batters faced:
Jackson, E 29, Ni, F 1, Rodney 4, Perry 1, Hudson, D 25, Pena, R 6, Thornton 7. Inherited runners-scored:
Ni, F 1-0, Rodney 1-1. Umpires: HP: Wally Bell. 1B: Ron Kulpa. 2B: Mark Carlson. 3B: Kerwin Danley. Weather:
72 degrees, partly cloudy. Wind: 9 mph, R to L. T: 2:38. Att: 33,685. Venue: U.S.
Cellular Field. September 27, 2009 September 27, 2009
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