CHICAGO -- The White Sox had players shuttling in and out of their clubhouse in preparation for Sunday's series finale against the Tigers yet managed to emerge with a 6-2 victory and a series split. Jose Quintana earned the win, and Rick Porcello took the loss. The Sox are 3-10 over their last 13 games and finished the homestand 3-4.
At the plate
Jose Abreu has a 12-game hitting streak and has hit safely in 16 of his last 17 games. Avisail Garcia drove in two runs, and Adam Eaton, Carlos Sanchez and Tyler Flowers each had two hits. Victor Martinez has reached base in 19 straight games for the Tigers.
On the mound
Quintana (7-10) allowed three or fewer runs for the 22nd time this season. Zach Putnam made his 10th straight scoreless appearance.
In the field
The Tigers committed a season-high four errors, three in the first two innings.
Sox first baseman Andy Wilkins on his major league debut: "It was a good day. It's one I'll never forget. (I had) the three strikeouts or whatever, but tomorrow's another day."
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