The White Sox released the 2013 spring training broadcast schedule Wednesday. The season will open February 23, with the Sox playing the L.A. Dodgers in Glendale.
Comcast SportsNet will air a total of five games this spring:
Friday, March 22
Saturday, March 23
Sunday, March 24
Tuesday, March 26
Wednesday, March 27
WGN will televise one game:
Friday, March 15
-All games are Central Time
-Home dates are in bold
The White Sox will also stream webcasts of 13 spring training games at whitesox.com, beginning with the Feb. 24 game against the Dodgers. For more information on spring training broadcasts, tickets and Camelback Ranch in Glendale, visit whitesox.comspring.
DETROIT — Melky Cabrera led off the 10th inning with a solo homer off Justin Wilson, and Avisail Garcia added an RBI triple, lifting the White Sox to a 6-4 win over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.
Jose Abreu homered twice in his return to the lineup.
The White Sox held onto a two-run lead in the 10th with David Robinson making the most of a chance to pitch a second inning after losing a two-run advantage in the ninth.
Wilson hadn't allowed a hit or a run in his first 11 appearances this season until Cabrera hit his first homer of the season.
Abreu, who played for the first time since leaving a game Wednesday with a hip injury, hit solo home runs to give the White Sox two-run leads in the third and eighth innings as he cleared the fences for the first time this season.
DETROIT — Geovany Soto broke open a tie game with a two-run single in the eighth inning, helping the White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 7-3 on Friday night at Comerica Park.
Anthony Swarzak pitched two scoreless innings for the White Sox, who won their fifth straight.
Tigers reliever Alex Wilson allowed two hits and two unearned runs in the eighth. Detroit third baseman Nick Castellanos committed two errors in the inning, and three in the game, leading to Soto's go-ahead hit.
Former Tigers pitcher Mike Pelfrey started for the White Sox and went 4 2/3 innings, allowing three earned runs on six hits. He walked four and struck out two.
Detroit got to Pelfrey early, jumping out to a 2-0 first-inning lead on Justin Upton's bases loaded, two-run single. The Tigers loaded the bases again that inning, but Jim Adduci grounded into a double play to end the threat.
The White Sox answered in the top of the second, getting back-to-back home runs from Todd Frazier and Avisail Garcia off Detroit starter Matt Boyd to tie the score at 2.
The White Sox took a 3-2 advantage in the third on Garcia's RBI single, and the Tigers tied it on Victor Martinez's RBI single in the fifth.
Melky Cabrera began the top of the eighth with a single, and Frazier reached base on Castellanos' first error of the inning. Garcia followed with a hard hit ball to third, which Castellanos could not handle, loading the bases.
After Wilson induced a double play, with the runner being forced out at home, Yolmer Sanchez received an intention walk to reload the bases. Soto then delivered the big hit.
Tim Anderson added a two-run homer in the ninth to extend the lead to 7-3.
Boyd pitched seven innings, allowing three earned runs on seven hits. He stuck out five and walked two.