CHICAGO (AP) -Chicago White Sox right fielder Jermaine Dye left Thursday night's game against the New York Yankees after six innings with a strained left groin. It wasn't immediately clear how Dye was injured, although he caught a fly ball and later went after a double in the right-field corner in the top of the sixth. Nick Swisher moved from center to right to take Dye's defensive spot with Alexei Ramirez going from second to center and Juan Uribe entering the game at second.
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