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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Felipe Paulino
Chicago White Sox right-hander Felipe Paulino was put on the disabled list Saturday because of right rotator cuff inflammation.
Felipe Paulino gave up six hits and a walk, hit a batter and threw two wild pitches in the first seven-run inning in the majors this season.
Martin Perez turned toward first base, waiting for the call he hoped was coming.
Manager Robin Ventura used four relievers Saturday, and none of them did very well. Throw in another shaky start for Felipe Paulino, and the high-scoring White Sox just couldn't keep up with the Indians.
Jordan Lyles couldn't locate his fastball. He had no trouble picking up heaters from Felipe Paulino or Daniel Webb, though.
The Chicago White Sox knew Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez could beat them with their bats. They didn't expect Jordan Lyles to do it, too.
Travis Wood pitched three scoreless innings, Ryan Sweeney homered and the Chicago Cubs beat the Chicago White Sox 4-3 Thursday.
Matt Davidson hit two doubles, drove in a pair of runs and scored and Josh Richmond hit a pinch-hit homer as the Chicago White Sox roughed up Kyle Lohse and the Milwaukee Brewers 9-0 on Monday.
Tim Lincecum pitched 4 1-3 effective innings, and the Giants rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth for a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday.
Clint Barmes is looking forward to returning to his favorite position after being traded from the Colorado Rockies to Houston for pitcher Felipe Paulino on Thursday.
Ivan Rodriguez hit a tying homer off the left-field pole to spark a seven-run rally with two outs in the eighth inning Tuesday night, and Washington beat the Houston Astros 8-4, earning a standing ovation from another sparse crowd at Nationals Park.
"I try to understand what's going on," said Paulino, attempting to come back from elbow ligament-replacement surgery in 2012. "After last year not pitching, whatever happens, I'm healthy. I know at some point things will be on my side."
"I've been fighting a lot executing my pitches (the) last couple of games," Paulino said. "My slider comes sometimes, but I'm looking for consistency."