Quentin Powers ChiSox Past Braves
Carlos Quentin blasted two homeruns and Mark Buehrle pitched six solid innings to get his sixth win of the year as the Chicago White Sox rallied from an early 1-0 deficit to beat the Braves 4-2 on Wednesday night in Chicago.
Quentin connected for a two-run blast in the fourth inning, and then followed up with a seventh inning solo shot, while Buehrle pitched six innings of two-run ball to get his sixth win.
The Braves broke on top in the game, going up 1-0 on a second inning rbi-single by Melky Cabrera, but the lead proved to be short-lived, as the White Sox rallied to score three runs in the fourth inning, going up 3-1 on an rbi-single by Paul Konerko and the two-run blast by Quentin.
The Braves then cut the lead to 3-2 on a fifth inning rbi-single by David Ross, but Quentin put the White Sox back up by two runs with his seventh inning solo shot, and Chicago cruised on to the 4-2 win from there.
Buehrle improved his season record to 6-6 with the win, while Tim Hudson (7-3) took the loss for Atlanta.
The loss dropped the Braves to 42-30 on the year, while the White Sox improved to 36-34 with the win.
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