CHICAGO (AP) -Florida Marlins starter Dontrelle Willis left Tuesday night's game against the Chicago White Sox after pitching only one inning.
Willis threw 34 pitches and gave up four runs and three hits, including a three-run homer to Josh Fields. Wes Obermueller relieved to start the bottom of the second with the White Sox leading 4-3.
Willis had lost three straight games before Tuesday night's start and hasn't won since May 29.
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