4:26 AM EDT, Fri August 26, 2016
South Side Sox Jul 28, 2016

Anthony Ranaudo's debut dragged down by White Sox stuff

A thin roster compounds the effects of bad decisions and vice versa In his White Sox debut on Wednesday, Anthony Ranaudo should’ve had a game worth celebrating. He carried a no-hitter into the sixth and held the Cubs to just two hits over 6⅔ innings while becoming the first White Sox pitcher to hit a home run since Mark Buehrle in 2009. Instead, he became immediately immersed in the White Sox’ morass. The two hits he gave up were homers, and one of them wasn’t his fault. Ranaudo had to settle for a moral victory, and there was one for him. In his previous outing, he walked five...