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• Infielder Drew Garcia has been traded to Colorado for a player to be named, as announced by the White Sox on Sunday. Garcia was a 21st-round selection in the 2008 First-Year Player Draft and hit .253 with 39 homers over his six years in the organization. Garcia hit .222 over 24 games with Triple-A Charlotte this season.

• The last time the White Sox won consecutive games on game-ending hits was in 2010, when Andruw Jones (April 23) and Alex Rios (April 24) hit ninth-inning homers vs. the Mariners. Jeff Keppinger and Conor Gillaspie delivered walkoff singles in each of the last two nights against the Marlins.

• According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Jake Peavy joined Nick Blackburn (May 4, 2010 vs. Detroit) and Clayton Kershaw (June 26, 2011 vs. the Angels) as the only players since 1998 to earn a complete-game victory after allowing a game-tying homer in the top of the ninth inning. Peavy's five complete games since 2012 are tied for second-most in baseball behind Justin Verlander's six.

• Tyler Flowers missed his third straight game with back spasms on Sunday. Ventura expects him back during the Cubs series.

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