Lance Broadway, RHP (1-0, 8.49)
White Sox (83-65)
Phil Hughes, RHP (0-4, 9.00)
Yankees (79-70)

Scouting Report:
White Sox: Ozzie Guillen was going to use Broadway on Sunday against the Tigers, but a series of rainouts made the right-hander unnecessary. Since no other starter will be available on Wednesday, Broadway is the likely to go. He has made one previous start this season, getting the win over Kansas City by allowing two runs in 5 1/3 innings on Aug. 14, but he has not been nearly as effective pitching out of the bullpen, as his 8.49 ERA indicates.

Yankees: Hughes is likely to get the call on Wednesday as the Yankees play the third of four games with the White Sox. The right-hander was recalled from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Saturday after helping to pitch his club to an International League championship, going 1-0 with an 0.69 ERA in postseason play. Hughes has not pitched in the big leagues since April 29 in Detroit, where he suffered a stress fracture in his ninth rib on the right side. He started against the White Sox on April 24 in Chicago but left after two innings due to rain.

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