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Sox Decimate Detroit, Version 11.0

September 29th vs. Detroit Tigers

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?


Today's Sox cut of meat:
Barbecued Prime Rib
Has a great aftertaste.

Short Take:Gavin Floyd throws a quality start, as our Palehose eke out a close one, bringing our record against Detroit this season to a dominating 11-6.

Justin Verlander, you have been outdueled once again by your Palehose counterpart! Gavin Floyd looked great through seven, and our offense added the difference in walk-off fashion, continuing our hex on Detroit -- Your score: Chicago 3, Detroit 2.

In most of our routine victories over the Tigers, we get on the board pretty early. Tonight was no different, as Jim Thome jacked his 507th to the Tigers' bullpen. Josh Fields was on base at the time, giving Chicago an early 2-0 lead. Round-trippers in the sixth and eighth by Carlos Guillen (off Floyd) and Marcus Thames (off Boone Logan) tied the game up, and it stayed tied...until the bottom of the nineth!

Tiger fans found no relaxation during tonight's game. You see, whenever our Sox need to get something done against Detroit, they always seem to do so. It's called domination. And, that's exactly what our Sox constantly do to this divisional foe. Unable to record a single out in the bottom of the nineth, Detroit crumbled more than the inside of a corn meal muffin. Darin Erstad walked and Scott Podsednik reached on a controversial fielder's choice. And who was in the middle of the controversy? Only Chicago's favorite umpire, Doug Eddings; however, I don't think I'll go the Laurence Holmes route and buy him a steak dinner, though I truly admire him. Tiger manager Jim Leyland was ejected for arguing the call. Juan Uribe followed the delay by knocking in the winning run.

Well, here we are, Sox fans. There is only one more game that follows, and it's a daytime affair with these same Tigers (1:05 pm on WGN). Hopefully our beloved Sox go out with a bang, finish 12-6 against Detroit, and FINALLY get their first home swee...errr, I don't think I want to jinx this one!

WSI's
Back to the Grind Update:
Tonight's Pick to Click led off the seventh frame with a single and immediately was caught stealing. He should know by now that he's too slow to attempt such a thing. Oh, well. We still won!


submitted by chisoxfanatic.

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Juan Uribe

Actually got the game-winning RBI walk-off style.

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