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The White Sox aim to extend their homer streak to 15 games, longest since 2012 — and have installed José Rondón at DH to help ensure it happens

MLB: Baltimore Orioles at Chicago White Sox
Mighty Mite: José Rondón is tied with Eloy Jiménez for second in homers in the White Sox organization, with 21.
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It’s like a flashback to having to play in a dump like Wrigley, with two straight day games. But with one win in pocket, let’s see how Ricky’s Joey’s Boys fare in Motown, against “Matthew Boyd.”

But first, bling:

On the strength of spanking his first career dinger out, at his hometown park to boot, that devilishly handsome dirtbag grinder Ryan LaMarre gets the start in left, batting second.

Remember when it was hilarious that brief call-up middle infielder José Rondón batted cleanup and/or DH for the White Sox, back when they were free-falling to 30 under .500? Well, with José Abreu out of the lineup, Rondón (18 homers at Triple-A, three with the Sox) is Chicago’s home run leader, so DH/batting fifth it is.

And the other guys. You might want to focus on that guy hitting third, he’s been a bit troublesome for the South Siders this season: