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Back To Our Winning Ways!

July 9th vs Seattle


Today's Free Agency Value:
$11,500,000
"Back from the DL with a ribbie, 2 hits and 2 runs."

Short Take: Garland and offense both solid

After yesterday's thrilling comeback victory, there's no doubt that the metaphorical fire has been lit under the White Sox collective butts by skipper Ozzie Guillen. When the Ozzman dangled the threat of a team reaming, er, meeting in front of his club yesterday, the players responded with a come-from-behind victory. Obviously still in fear of a 2 hour profanity-laced tirade, the Sox show up at US Cellular tonight and play hard, walking away with a 6-2 win over the visiting Mariners.

Are my eyes deceiving me? Or did John Garland just put up another quality start? Jon follows up last week's domination of the Twins with another gem of a game, giving up just one run on 4 hits over 7 innings of work. Just as important, Jon only walks 2 during his outing, further showing that he might not be such a head case anymore. The lone Mariners run during Jon's time on the bump came on a Jolbert Cabrera dinger with the Sox already leading 3-0. Damaso Marte would relieve Garland and also give up a solo shot to the dangerous Randy Winn, before Shingo Takatsu comes on and works a scoreless ninth. Shingo pitched himself into a bit of a jam with runners at the corners, but Aaron Rowand dashed to the track and hauled in a John Olerud fly to end the game.

After a lackluster and lifeless past few days, the Sox offense looks to be back in gear with another great performance. Carlos Lee leads the way with 2 monstrous home runs for a total of 5 RBI. Magglio Ordonez looks like he didn't miss a beat even though his team missed him on the DL, racking up 2 hits, one of which was an RBI double. Paul Konerko stays hot with a 2 hit night as well, and Willie Harris gets a hit for the 3rd day in a row as he tries to shake off his recent struggles.

The Sox and Mariners continue their series tomorrow at 6:05 CDT as Mark Buehrle digs in against big rookie Matt Thornton.

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Ozzieball Update:
 Doubles and homers aren't Ozzieball, but I don't hear Ozzie complaining.


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