Last time out, Randy Lerch was masterful. He was not Randy Lerch-like, allowing only a run on four hits. But, as has become a theme when talking about good performances this season, “those were the Blue Jays.”
Milwaukee Brewers: 8-6 (3rd in AL East)
Chicago White Sox: 9-6 (2nd in AL West)
The Brewers had a day off yesterday before hosting the White Sox for a quick two game set in Milwaukee starting today. It’s an appropriate match-up, pitting streaky teams against one another. The White Sox, who started the season 8-0, have won only one game since. So while their 9-6 record may indicate a team in control, they have struggled mightily for over a week.