In exhibition baseball today down in Tucson, the Chicago White Sox defeated the Colorado Rockies 4-1.
Pitcher Huston Street made his debut with Colorado, giving up a run and three hits.
Street came to Colorado from Oakland in a November trade that sent outfielder Matt Holliday to the A's.
Colorado starter Jason Hirsh, competing for the No. 5 starting spot, allowed six hits and three runs to the White Sox in two innings.
Chicago starter Gavin Floyd, the White Sox No. 2 starter, pitched two innings, allowing a run and three hits.
The brunt of the White Sox offense came from Corky Miller, who went 3-for-3, while Josh Kroeger was 2-for-4.
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