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Letís All Exhale Now!

Oct. 12 vs. Angels


Sox Magic Number:
7
Letís go out to LA and put this whole West Coast thing to rest once and for all!

Short Take: Wow! I Mean Wow! Just Wow! Mark Buehrle and AJ Pierzynski come up HUGEóin a game that had everything!

Even though everybody keeps talking about how depleted the Angelsí pitching staff is, for the first few innings this game looked like a classic pitchersí duel. The Sox took the lead in the bottom of the first when Scott Podsednik was safe at first and advanced to second on a throwing error. Iguchi sacrificed Pods to 3rd, and he scored on a ground out by Dye. That was the end of first inning action. Then, in the bottom of the second, things got interesting when Aaron Rowand led off with a solid double that he stretched into a triple before being thrown out while trying to score. End of 2: Sox 1, Angels 0.

Thatís how things stayed until the top of the fifth when Anaheim's Robb Quinlan hit a home run to left to tie the game at 1-1. And things got interesting again in the bottom of the seventh when, with one out, Joe Crede doubled to center. Uribe followed with a fly ball and Crede was doubled off second on a truly horrible call. Inning over. The score remained tied at 1-1.

It was still 1-1 in the bottom of the ninth. But Sox fans never quit on the team, keeping the volume loud and the cheers coming. Things looked a little grim at first when Carl Everett grounded out and Aaron Rowand struck out. Then AJ Pierzynski stepped up to the plate. With the count at 3-2, AJ swung at a pitch in the dirt. The Angels thought he had struck out, and many of them started to walk off the field. But AJ ran to first and, after a heated exchange between Mike Scioscia and the umpires, he was ruled safe. After Pablo Ozuna pinch ran for AJ and promptly stole second, the next Sox batter, Joe Crede, drove a solid hit off the wall to score Pablo with the winning run, and the Cell went nuts!

The controversial safe call on AJ no doubt will be a hot topic on tomorrowís sports talk radio. But the bottom line is, the Sox evened the series at 1-1 and they head to California, primed to do some real damage starting on Friday after an off-day tomorrow.

WSI's
Ozzieball Update:
Great pitching and heads up play evened this series at 1-1.


submitted by MarySwiss

Sox Clubhouse "Pick to Click" Winner

A.J. Pierzynski

Tough call on the Pick to Click tonight. Buehrle was awesome, Crede was clutch, but AJís heads-up play was the catalyst that won the game.

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