Pitching the key to White Sox success
CHICAGO -- Over the last 11 games, the White Sox are hitting .286 with 24 homers and 67 runs scored. But manager Robin Ventura still believes it's the men on the mound who will set the tone for this team's success.
"Everything revolves around pitching," Ventura said. "If you don't have good pitching, you're not going to go very far, you're not going to win many games.
"It starts with them and we kind of feed off of them. And they are the ones that really set the tone early in the year the way they're pitching, not just the starters but the bullpen, too."