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Last updated on Tuesday, April 26, 2011
(NEW YORK, NY) - Phil Humber allowed one hit over seven innings as the Chicago White Sox shut out the New York Yankees 2-0.
Humber held the Yankees hitless until the seventh when Alex Rodriguez singled up the middle.
Adam Dunn drove in a run in the fourth with a groundout to end the Sox' 23-inning scoring drought.
Paul Konerko added an insurance run with an RBI single in the ninth as Chicago won for just the second time in their last twelve games and snapped a three-game losing streak.
Humber walked two and struck out five to even his record at 2-2.
New York's AJ Burnett took his first loss of the season, falling to 3-1.
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