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• Manager Robin Ventura, Chris Sale and Scott Carroll all took part in the Ice Bucket Challenge to bring awareness and raise funds to find a cure for ALS prior to Saturday's game. Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald challenged Ventura.

• Winston-Salem right-handed pitcher Tyler Danish allowed two runs on four hits over six innings Friday night in a no-decision against Wilmington. His scoreless innings streak ended in the fourth inning at 25.

• Right-hander Hector Noesi is 4-1 with a 3.92 ERA over six second-half starts.

• Minnie Minoso spent Saturday night at St. Joseph Hospital after a fall from his boat on Friday. But according to White Sox senior vice president of communications Scott Reifert, Minoso is doing fine.

Minoso was standing toward the back of his boat and felt queasy before he happened to fall over, according to Reifert. Other people helped Minoso back into the boat and 911 was called.

The hope was that the 88-year-old White Sox legend could be released from the hospital Saturday, but one of the tests that needed to be done couldn't be done until Sunday. Reifert added that White Sox senior director of community relations Christine O'Reilly spoke to Minoso on Friday and he sounded good.

Scott Merkin is a reporter for Read his blog, Merk's Works, and follow him on Twitter @scottmerkin. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.