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CHICAGO _ The Chicago White Sox's six-game winning streak was more than modest, sometimes thrilling and, now, is definitely over.
Despite McKay Christensen's first career home run and the first two-homer game of Ray Durham's career, the Sox lost to Detroit 9-4 Sunday to end their longest winning streak since 1997.
Manager Jerry Manuel is hoping that memories of the streak will last longer than six games.
``What came out of the streak, I would hope, is that our players have a feel of how the game is played,'' Manuel said. ``And some different ways you can play the game to win ballgames. We manufactured runs throughout the streak just really on a lot …