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The most amazing thing happened to the Chicago White Sox in Wednesday's game versus Kansas City:  they sent nine men to the plate.  Better still, they did it all in one inning!!!  Woo hoo!!! Our Pale Hose score five runs, break open a tight game and win 6-1.

Take a long drag on that cigarette, Sox Fans.  Nothing soothes the nerves of fretful Sox Fans like a big inning!

Isn't it funny how we used to take for granted how easily this team would turn over the lineup?  It seems like only yesterday that they accomplished this feat 3-4 times per week.  It was a beautiful thing.

Sometime in May the hitting started going south, and now the team has to claw for every run it can get.  Our prospects didn't look good with #5 pitching slug Gary Glover starting this one.  He hadn't made it through five innings yet since being promoted from the bullpen.  With an anemic lineup behind him, Glover looked like toast.

Who wudda thunk it?  Glover was simply brilliant.  He got no run support for the first three innings but hung tough just the same.  He was down 1-0 when Sox thunder finally struck in the fourth.

It started innocently enough.  A leadoff single by Frank Thomas and a walk by Paul Konerko brought Jose Valentin, batting fifth, to the plate.  Valentin's single to left loaded the bases for Carlos Lee

We've been here before, haven't we Sox Fans?  It was just yesterday El Caballo struck out in a similar situation.  Tonight he does his job, lofts a flyball to center field, and bats in the tying run.  Nice situational hitting!

Are you satisfied, Sox Fans?  Don't answer yet, because there is more! 

Jeff Liefer strokes one to right field to score Paul "Wheels" Konerko (!) from second base.  Then came the big blow.  #9 hitter Mark Johnson reached base on a bunt single setting the stage for a bases loaded at-bat for Kenny Lofton.  His triple scored three more runs and put gave the Sox the cushion they needed.

Glover cruised from there.  Rocky Biddle handled the eighth and ninth barely breaking a sweat.  There is joy in Mudville!

Sox Fans are safe from fretting until Thursday's matinee.  Well, most of them anyway.


George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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