It's only spring training, but the White Sox clicked on all cylinders Friday in a 15-3 win over the Cubs at Camelback Ranch.
Gavin Floyd threw 5 1/3 innings of one-run ball, striking out five and not walking a batter. With the regular season approaching quick, Floyd and his fellow starters are beginning to get into normal rhythms between starts.
"He's been looking great this spring, and today was the same," manager Robin Ventura observed. "He just went out and threw all his pitches. He just looked sharp. When he's got command like that, it's always tough."
"You get in the routine and you get in every five days, it starts getting back to where the routine and feel comfortable," Floyd said.
Floyd, Sox blast Cubs
CSN Chicago | Mar 16