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"Hands" slams Texas!

August 13 at Texas

Short Take:  Sox roll, even Glover looks good!

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This was a game that had Sox Fans in a dreamy state remembering the glory of last April when the Sox offense rolled and the team pulverized its opposition.  After a four month absence, the mighty Sox "O" shows up and leads Gary Glover to a laugher of a victory, 12-3 at Texas.

Okay, Texas sucks.  But can Sox Fans honestly answer our team has been all that different in 2002?

Aaron Rowand had a career night.  4 for 4 at the plate, scored three runs, and hit by a pitch, he more than made up for Willie Harris's struggles in the leadoff spot. 

Struggling Frank Thomas was back in the line up, and--SURPRISE!--Jerry "The Tinkerer" Manuel moved him back to the #3 hole.  The Big Hurt rewarded his skipper with a 1 for 4 performance and two runs scored.

Eight Sox players batted in the first inning, but only two scored.  Fretting Sox Fans were put at ease in the fourth when Jose Valentin went deep with the bases loaded.  Along with Rowand's rbi double, the Sox broke the game open, 7-0.

That was more than enough for Gary Glover.  He struck out seven against one walk in eight full innings work, earning his fifth win.  A pair of gopher balls were his only real mistakes all night.

Valentin wasn't finished raising hell in Texas.  "Manos" added a solo shot dinger in the seventh.  Paul Konerko got in the act with a three-run shot off former bonus baby, and Flubbie Fan savior, Todd Van Poppel.

Miracles--the bottom of the line up looked good, too.  Though #7 Jeff Liefer struggled, both Joe Crede and Mark Johnson collected two hits each.  Scoring is easy when the bottom of the order isn't a sinkhole.  Try telling that to The Tinkerer...

The Sox are playing better, but it's a bit late to get very worked up over it.  However, it sure beats watching them lose.  That's something all Sox Fans can agree on!

Tinkerer Update:
 Frank back in the #3 hole.  Why?  WHY NOT?

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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Jose Valentin

A grand slam and a dinger, hit from each side of the plate.  Personally drove in half of the Sox' twelve runs. 

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