DENVER -- Being a White Sox reliever has meant a heavy workload during the past week.
After using six relievers in a 14-inning game on Friday, Chicago brought four arms out of the 'pen during a 13-inning loss to the Rockies on Tuesday.
The extra duty hasn't seemed to affect the group's performance, though.
In their last 11 games entering Wednesday's contest at Coors Field, White Sox relievers owned a 1.37 ERA, surrendering just six earned runs in 39 1/3 innings, lowering their season ERA during that stretch from 4.46 to 3.88.
White Sox manger Ozzie Guillen said his entire lot of relievers would be available on Wednesday.
"Everybody should be fine," Guillen said. "It seems like we're using a lot of people, but we showed up the best we could."