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More Sucking On The West Coast

May 23 at Los Angeles


How many Grinders did KW use today:
0
"Anyone out there?"

Short Take:  Sox get shut out for the first time in 2005 as they lose 4-0 to the Angles.

It's that time of the year again Sox fans. That time of the year we all dread, yes, the west coast road trip. Coming off a series win over the Cubs, you would've thought that the Sox would have some momentum. The Sox have been afwul on the road against the California...I mean...Anaheim...I mean...Los Angeles Angles. Since 1995 the Sox have a record of 13-38 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. And since 2001 the Sox are 3-14 there.

The Sox would be facing Ervin Santana, a Angles pitcher who in his last start (which was also his first big leauge start) gave up 6 earned runs in 4 innings of work. He came into tonights came with a high ERA of 13.50. Well, dont judge a book by its cover. The Sox made Santana look like Cy Young and continued to look dismal on the west coast. Santana scattered only 5 Sox hits, and made the hitters look foolish with every swing they took.

Jon Garland was going for his ninth win of the season, but with Santana on, it wasn't going to happen. Garland allowed 11 hits,most of them bloop singles that lead to runs in his seven innings of work.

The Angles scored two runs in their half of the second inning. With two outs, Dallas McPherson walked and advanced to third when Orlando Cabrera singled and Crede couldn't come up with Timo Perez's strike to third base. McPherson and Cabrera scored when Adam Kennedy hit a 2-RBI double. They made it 3-0 when Steve Finley lead off the sixth inning with a ground-rule double and scored when Bengie Molina hit a RBI single. Luis Vizcaino came in to relieve Garland with 2 outs in the eighth. Vizcaino gave up a home run to Bengie Molina that made it 4-0 Angles.

Santana pitched a complete game and he got his first major league win. The Sox record falls to 31-14. Tomorrow, Mark Buehrle tires to right the ship and he goes against ex-Sox Bartolo Colon. Game time is at 9:05pm and it can be seen on Comcast Sports Net.

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Ozzieball Update:
 Sox couldn't even buy a hit, so why didn't they attempt to play some small or "smart" ball?????


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