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"O" stalls, Garland victim

May 28 vs. New York  

Short take:  It was inevitable, wasn't it?

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"Are my guys crapping their pants, or what?"

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While Sox Fans wring their hands about yet another pathetic defeat at the hands of the New York Yankees, please be sure to save some venom and bile for the guys swinging the bats, too.  Young Jon Garland has another dominating performance, but gets nothing but the word "victim" attached to his name for the effort.  Your heart goes out to him.  Sox lose 4-2.

All those blowout losses never hurt like this one.

Here's the list of losers who shoulder the blame.

Kenny Lofton and Ray Durham, a combined 0 for 7 with three strikeouts.  That's what the top of our line up was doing.

Paul Konerko and Frank Thomas, a combined 0 for 7 with two strikeouts.  That's what the heart of the order was doing.

Royce Clayton... is anyone surprised?  His batting average is down to .193. 

The only offense came from Sandy Alomar's second inning two-run dinger.  Kudos to Tony Graffanino for being on base for the "big event".  The Sox offense tried to nurse the 2-0 lead the next seven innings.  It worked for five.

As for the bullpen, do we really want to relive their mess of a performance?  Okay, hold your nose.

First there is Damaso Marte, blowing the win for Garland.  In his defense, he got strike three on Robin Ventura, but the umpire refused to raise his arm.  That set the stage for Rocky Biddle's appearance, and the two-rbi double you knew was lurking just beneath the waves during this entire game.

The Yankees simply got on base.  Jeter's single was so soft, it barely left a dent when it landed in the short right field grass.  Apologies to Hawk and D.J., but the key pitch thrown to Rondell White wasn't the the 2-1 that went for a double.  It was the horse**** 1-1 pitch out of the zone that White easily laid off of to get ahead in the count!

Ah, crap.  One more chance at these guys.  "Come Ready to Play"--bring your brain.

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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Seven shutout innings, allowing just four hits.  If any of his teammates show up, he's carting off his sixth victory. 

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