"It's a humbling feeling. You got to keep your head up."
White Sox 3B Joe Crede after dropping a foul pop for an error and giving Boston's Manny Ramirez a second chance in the ninth inning. Ramirez homered on the next pitch and the Red Sox won, 6-5
Rangers: Acquired RHP Kevin Gryboski from the Braves for RHP Matt Lorenzo and claimed starter-reliever James Baldwin off waivers.
Blue Jays: 2B Orlando Hudson missed yesterday's game with a tight hamstring. Manager John Gibbons said he wasn't too concerned.
Indians: DH Travis Hafner missed his fifth straight game with the effects of a concussion after being hit with a pitch last weekend.
White Sox: RF Jermaine Dye was out with a minor infection in his right leg that might have been caused by a mosquito bite. The team is also considering putting DH Frank Thomas on the DL with a sore ankle, Manager Ozzie Guillen said after last night's game.
BY THE NUMBERS
Consecutive game hitting streaks for Detroit's Magglio Ordonez and Chris Shelton.
THIS DAY IN BASEBALL
1969: The All-Star Game at RFK Stadium was postponed by rain for the first time in major league history. The next day, the American League lost for a seventh straight season, despite a home run by the Senators' Frank Howard.
-- Compiled by Jim Hage