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Showing heart--finally!

August 7 vs. Anaheim

Short Take:  First walk-off win of the season.

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"Drat!  They've identified my clubhouse spies!"

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Mark the date Sox Fans!  August 7 was a game like none before for the 2002 Sox.  The Sox won the game in the bottom of the  ninth for a walk-off win, 7-6 the final over Anaheim.  Oh, joy!  Now we can die!

The Sox came back three times to win this game.  They chipped away at a 6-2 deficit with two consecutive two-run innings.  Gee, is that allowed?  Sox Fans thought it was against the rules not to try getting it all back in one inning--presumably by performing a physical impossibility--like hitting a seven-run dinger.  Lord knows that's the way the Sox have played in these situations all season long!

Down 1-0 in the second, Paul Konerko and Josh Paul each delivered rbi's; Konerko with a solo dinger and Paul with an rbi sacrifice fly.  Wow--they actually had the lead!

Starter Gary Glover was roughed up (anyone surprised?) chased after five innings allowing five runs and five hits.  Relief slug Mike Porzio tossed in another run allowed and the Sox were down 6-2 entering their half of the sixth.

No problem for Jerry "The Tinkerer" Manuel's crew, eh Sox Fans!

A leadoff double by Konerko followed by a two-run dinger by slumping Frank Thomas got the comeback going.  In the seventh, Magglio Ordonez smoked a two-run shot and the game was tied.

Hey, isn't it against the rules to have men on base when you hit a dinger?  This game of baseball can be so confusing!

Relievers Keith Foulke, Damaso Marte, and Antonio Osuna managed to shutdown the Angels the last three innings--setting the stage for the first-ever heroics in the bottom of the ninth.

Anaheim danced around pitching to Frank Thomas with two out and the winning run at third, issuing an intentional walk.  What, are they the only ones in the world not to know Frank is sucking this year?  They paid the ultimate price for loading the bases just to pitch to Royce "Clutch" Clayton!

Royce worked the count to 0-0, then flaired one to right field, Carlos Lee trotting home with the unlikeliest of Sox comeback victories. 

Ah, it's good to laugh, eh Sox Fans!

Tinkerer Update:
Back to second base, Mr. Harris.  Why?  WHY NOT?

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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Paul Konerko

A perfect 4 for 4 at the plate, plus a walk and no strikeouts.  A dinger, two rbi's and a run scored.

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