Floyd’s gem allows Sox to avoid sweep
CHICAGO – White Sox manager Robin Ventura has fielded plenty of questions the past month, and most centered on veteran starting pitcher Gavin Floyd.
With John Danks’ shoulder injury sidelining him indefinitely, Phil Humber’s struggles and unreliable arms – young and old – filling out the rotation, all eyes turned to Floyd and his consistently inconsistent season. But the right-hander answered the call against the Cubs at U.S. Cellular Field in a 7-0 win that snapped a three-game losing streak.
“There were games I didn’t feel great, but there were games where I felt really good and [wasn’t] getting the results,” Floyd said. “It’s part of baseball I guess, and you just want to stay positive through those times and know that things can turn around real quick and try to live in the present.”
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