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Dodgers stumped by Chicago White Sox, 4-1
Dodgers stumped by Chicago White Sox, 4-1

AT THE PLATE: White Sox starter Hector Noesi hadn't won a game in more than two years, but the Dodgers made him look like Juan Marichal. Noesi, a 27-year-old right-hander with a 4-19 career record before Tuesday, ended a personal 14-game losing streak, limiting the Dodgers to a run and five hits over six innings. The Dodgers were 0 for 7 with runners in scoring position. Their only run came in the second inning, when Matt Kemp scored on Dee Gordon's sacrifice fly. The Dodgers had only one extra-base hit, a first-inning double by Yasiel Puig. ON THE MOUND: The Dodgers have lost five of the last six games started by Dan Haren, who was charged with four runs and six hits in six...