Anderson homers, White Sox beat Tigers 5-3 Iván Nova has had an unusual week, pitching as an opener on Wednesday and then making a more conventional start three days later. "I got a little tired at the end, but I felt really strong the whole game," Nova said after pitching five innings Saturday night for the Chicago White Sox. Tired or not, Nova pitched better in his last couple outings. He allowed two runs Saturday in Chicago's 5-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Tim Anderson homered in a three-run fifth inning for the White Sox. Nova (11-12) allowed eight hits and no walks and three relievers finished for Chicago. Alex Colomé gave up a run in the ninth but held on for his 29th save in 31 chances.
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