Leury Garcia and the White Sox find success against Blue Jays knuckleballer Ryan Feierabend

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Leury Garcia and the White Sox find success against Blue Jays knuckleballer Ryan Feierabend
Leury Garcia and the White Sox find success against Blue Jays knuckleballer Ryan Feierabend

It's not every day that a team sees a left-handed pitcher who throws a knuckleball. It didn't seem to bother Leury Garcia on Saturday. The White Sox center fielder led off the bottom of the first inning with a home run to left-center off of Blue Jays starter Ryan Feierabend, which sparked the offense to a rain-shortened, 4-1 victory. The game was called in the fifth after a three-hour delay. “The guys did a nice job of doing what they could, scored some runs and got it done,” Sox manager Rick Renteria said. Yonder Alonso added two hits and two RBIs off Feierabend, who allowed four runs on seven hits in four innings in his first start for the Jays. “To start the game giving up a home run to Garcia

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