The Wrap: AL
AL Quote of the Night
"He couldn't throw his curve for strikes because he couldn't throw his fastball for strikes."
-- White Sox Manager Ozzie Guillen efficiently explaining why starting pitcher Gavin Floyd got lit up.
Cleveland broke out of its scoring slump by lighting up Chicago's Gavin Floyd for eight runs in five innings. The Indians had been held to just six runs in their past four games (all losses) while getting shut out in back-to-back games by Detroit. Shin-Soo Choo and Jhonny Peralta each drove in three runs to lead Cleveland's assault on Chicago. The loss was the White Sox' seventh in their past nine games. Floyd has now given up 14 runs in two starts this month for an 11.81 ERA.
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