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Could It Be Farewell To Chi-Town For Buehrle?

If it wasn't for the last time, White Sox fans sure reacted like it was. Chicago fans sprang to their feet, and shouted "Buehrle, Buehrle" as White Sox starter Mark Buehrle pitched eight scoreless frames for Chicago giving them a 3-1 win over the Minnesota Twins. The southpaw scattered just six hits over the eight innings a day after Minnesota had scored 32 runs in a day night double header against the Chi-Sox. Buerhle speaking to reporters after the game senses it is about even odds, that this may have been his last start for the White Sox. Buerhle, who can become a free agent at the end of the year seemed to be on the precipice of completing a pact that would have been for four more years. But the deal hit a snag because Chicago would not give the pitcher a no trade clause. The White Sox have had numerous inquiries about Buerhle from all over the Majors.
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