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All right, time to burn the green jerseys: White Sox 9, Brewers 0

Tomorrow: Less green, more winning.

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W: Felipe Paulino (1-0)
L: Kyle Lohse (0-1)

HR: Josh Richmond (1)

Box Score

Spoiler alert: There is almost no good news here.

Actually, let's lead with the good thing: Jean Segura, who entered play with just one extra base hit on the spring, had a triple today. The bad news: It was one of just three Brewers hits in a 9-0 blowout loss to the White Sox.

Kyle Lohse looked good through three innings today, but the wheels came off in the fourth as he faced seven batters and gave up two hits, two walks, a hit batsman and a sac fly as three runs came around to score. The walks were the first two he's allowed in a game this spring.

Four of the five Brewers relievers had nice outings today: Rob Wooten recorded four outs without incident in relief of Lohse, Francisco Rodriguez worked a scoreless sixth, Wei-Chung Wang worked around a double while throwing a scoreless eighth and Alfredo Figaro kept Chicago off the board in the ninth. The only aberration was Jim Henderson, who gave up four runs on four hits in the seventh.

The Brewers will try for a home win again tomorrow when they host the Rangers at 3:05 Central time. Marco Estrada will take on Martin Perez.