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Padres second. Alonso walked on a full count. Venable doubled to right, Alonso scored. Venable to third. Maybin grounded into fielder's choice, pitcher Rienzo to third baseman Gillaspie to catcher Flowers to shortstop Al.Ramirez, Venable out. Denorfia pinch-running for Maybin. Rivera doubled to centre, Denorfia scored. Amarista flied out to centre fielder Eaton. E.Cabrera struck out.

2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Padres 2, White Sox 0.

White Sox second. Venable in as centre fielder. Denorfia in as right fielder. Al.Ramirez singled to centre. Konerko singled to centre, Al.Ramirez to third. De Aza hit into a double play, shortstop E.Cabrera to second baseman Amarista to first baseman Alonso, Al.Ramirez scored, Konerko out. Flowers grounded out, pitcher T.Ross to first baseman Alonso.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on. Padres 2, White Sox 1.

Padres third. S.Smith singled to left. Quentin walked on a full count, S.Smith to second. Headley singled to centre, S.Smith to third, Quentin to second. Alonso struck out. Venable singled to centre, S.Smith scored, Quentin to third, Headley to second. Quentin was out advancing, centre fielder Eaton to catcher Flowers, Quentin out. Denorfia grounded into fielder's choice, shortstop Al.Ramirez to second baseman Beckham, Venable out.

1 run, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Padres 3, White Sox 1.

White Sox fifth. Eaton safe at first on E.Cabrera's error. Beckham grounded out, third baseman Headley to first baseman Alonso, Eaton to second. Gillaspie lined out to left fielder S.Smith. Viciedo doubled to centre, Eaton scored. A.Dunn flied out to centre fielder Venable.

1 run, 1 hit, 1 error, 1 left on. Padres 3, White Sox 2.

Padres sixth. Venable doubled to right. Denorfia walked. Rivera sacrificed, third baseman Gillaspie to second baseman Beckham, Venable to third, Denorfia to second. Amarista hit a sacrifice fly to centre fielder Eaton, Venable scored. E.Cabrera struck out.

1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 left on. Padres 4, White Sox 2.

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