Jon Garland gave up a single and a home run to the first two
batters he faced in his first start since being hit on the right
biceps by a grounder Wednesday. He allowed five runs and nine hits
in six innings.
"His sinker was not working. It was flat," Chicago manager
Ozzie Guillen said. "He battled but he didn't have one of his best
pitches working for him."
Borchard homered off Huston Street in the eighth inning, a
Notes:@ White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle will make his first start
since injuring his foot last week shagging fly balls on Tuesday