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But Bradley led off the bottom of the inning with a homer that ricocheted off the pole down the right-field line before RBI singles by Ramirez and Kinsler.
The White Sox blew early leads of 3-0 and 4-1 before catching up in the seventh on Juan Uribe's RBI single that tied the game at 7.
Chicago led 2-0 three pitches in against rookie left-hander Matt Harrison. After a quick groundout to start the game, Alexei Ramirez had an infield single and All-Star outfielder Quentin hit a two-run homer, his 21st. Dye then walked and scored on a grounder to make it 3-0.
Uribe, starting in place of resting All-Star third baseman Joe Crede, tripled and scored on Orlando Cabrera's single in the second. Uribe's ball hit on top of the 14-foot wall in left field, bounced straight up and then fell back into play.
Notes: White Sox closer Bobby Jenks begins a rehabilitation assignment Monday for Class-A Winston-Salem and is expected to pitch for Double-A Birmingham on Wednesday. The right-hander is expected to rejoin Chicago from the disabled list (bursitis near non-pitching shoulder) the first game after the All-Star break. ... Chicago C A.J. Pierzynski was out of the lineup, as scheduled before he got hit on the lower left leg by a pitch and left Saturday night's game. The team said he had a bruise.
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