That record hasn't crossed Reed's mind -- literally, not for a second.
"The only time I've ever thought of it is right now," said a smiling Reed.
When asked if he even knew about the record, Reed quickly admitted that he had no idea.
"It's not going to change anything. Every time I go out, I try to not give up any runs," said Reed, who has fanned 11 and walked three. "If it happens to be a record, then it happens to be a record.
"I'm just going out there trying to throw up zeroes and help the team win. So, I'm not thinking anything of it."
Reed has proven to be a late-inning force, while rookie Nate Jones has earned a late-inning look with Jesse Crain on the disabled list because of a strained left oblique. Closer Hector Santiago and middle reliever Zach Stewart complete this young nucleus of White Sox relievers learning on the fly with a 2.93 bullpen ERA.
"We are staying hard on [Jones], Hector, Reed and Stewart," White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper said. "We are making sure that everything they are doing is trying to build a solid foundation we are going to need to help us now as well as in the future."