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Jose Contreras allowed four runs and six hits in six innings for the White Sox.
Notes: White Sox 1B Paul Konerko reiterated his strained left oblique felt better after taking batting practice for the second straight day but was not sure when he would start a minor league rehab assignment. "I don't think it's all my decision on when I'll go," he said. "I think it'll be my decision on when I come back because I'm the only one that's going to know exactly how it feels in the game." Konerko said the oblique started to flare up after about 20 swings, just as it did on Tuesday, but he shrugged that off as "that last little bit of scar tissue you have to break through." ... Ozuna started at third for Joe Crede, who insisted his surgically repaired back is fine and that he just had a day off.
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