Floyd has trouble containing Giants
Starter allows six runs in four innings; Ramirez tallies two hits
GIANTS 6, WHITE SOX 1
Tuesday, March 23
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Up next: On Wednesday at 3:05 p.m. CT, Arizona, the one-time Spring Training co-share with the White Sox at Tucson Electric Park, makes its only appearance against the White Sox at Camelback Ranch during 2010 Cactus League play. The White Sox travel to Tucson to take on the D-backs on Friday at their old home, giving the teams a two-game series spread out over three days. John Danks gets the start Wednesday, coming off a loss to the Cubs in which he was touched up for five runs in five innings, including two home runs. Bobby Jenks also is scheduled to pitch. The White Sox closer made a triumphant Cactus League return with a scoreless inning against the Royals on Monday and rebounded well Tuesday with no pain to report in his sore right calf. Carlos Quentin will start in right field against his original team, while Andruw Jones starts in center and Omar Vizquel gets the start at shortstop.
Most teams are done with split-squad games by now. The Giants are a rare exception. Some of them will play Wednesday beginning at 6:05 p.m. PT against the Kansas City Royals, who felt compelled to reschedule a March 7 rainout. Henry Sosa will start that game for the Giants against Kyle Farnsworth. That will be preceded by a Wednesday afternoon date at 1:05 p.m. PT against the Cincinnati Reds, who will throw Homer Bailey against Jonathan Sanchez. It's a key outing for Sanchez, who needs to continue building endurance. His Cactus League high is four innings, which he reached in his most recent start last Friday against Cleveland.
Scott Merkin is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.