Third to first

• Sunday's comeback win over the Indians (trailing in the eighth or later) was the first on the road for the White Sox since May 16, 2013, against the Angels. The White Sox had lost their previous 53 road games when trailing in the eighth inning or later, the longest active losing of that kind in the Majors per Elias. Miami now owns that longest streak at 39.

• Tyler Danish earned his third win for Class A Kannapolis and extended his scoreless innings streak to 16. Danish ranks among the South Atlantic League leaders in ERA (0.84), WHIP (1.00) and opponents' average (.205).

• The White Sox lead the Majors with 30 ninth-inning runs this season, nine more than second-place Oakland.

• Hahn compared the Eaton move to the disabled list to the way they've handled Sale, in that they aren't taking unnecessary risks with a valuable commodity.

"With the 15 days, he's able to rest and stay off his legs for the first week or so," Hahn said. "Then he can slowly ramp back up and he, too, eventually will be on a rehab assignment at some point in this 15-day period, and we'll go from there."

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