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Walks haunt Sox

August 26 vs. Toronto

Short Take:  Six runs sink Sox in third.

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Today's Mileage:
"If my team strikes, how will Sox Fans know?"

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What can Sox Fans point to as a highlight from this game?  They lose to Toronto 8-4 as starter Jim Parque issues five walks against just three hits before getting chased in the third inning, charged with five earned runs.  Sox Fans, how about some top-spin?

Hey, it was only the first time we've lost to Toronto all season.  Of course we've only played them once.

The eight walks issued by Sox pitching was only two fewer than the ten hits they allowed.  The double-plays Magglio Ordonez and Willie Harris hit into hardly matter when that happens, right?

Forget about Parque and Matt Ginter (2.2 innings pitched, 6 hits, 3 earned runs, 4.24 ERA and rising) sucking.  Rocky Biddle looked like he actually gave a damned out there, pitching effectively across 3.1 innings.  He hasn't even been the subject of any hair-brained trade rumors!

Nobody on the Sox managed even so much as two hits.  Aaron Rowand and Frank Thomas each had dingers.  Isn't that what baseball is all about these days?  We can't wait to see their names recapped on Baseball Tonight.  Woo hoo!

The Sox came back from the disastrous six-run third inning to score two runs of their own.  They tightened the score to 6-4 Jays.  They wouldn't manage another hit the remaining six innings. 

Jerry "The Tinkerer" Manuel got to tryout another Sox line up, inserting D'Angelo Jimenez as shortstop, moving Jose Valentin back to third base, and benching Joe Crede.  Give the Tinkerer credit; he is going to keep dancing with the girl that brought him to the dance.  Unfortunately, The Tinkerer fails to realize this girl is so homely, she's got the team playing nine games under .500.  The Tinkerer has great intestinal fortitude, if not brain power.

Tony Graffanino is out for the season and Paul Konerko may have suffered a season-ending injury, too.  But hey, there is strike called for this Friday.  No problem!

Mark Buehrle goes for his seventeenth victory Tuesday on a half-price night.  That might actually be worth seeing.  Tonight sure wasn't.

Tinkerer Update:
 Back to third base, Jose Valentin!  Joe Crede benched again!

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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3.1 innings of no-hit shutout relief work.  Six strikeouts against two walks, and all of it for naught.

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