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Lefty + Change up = Loss

June 25 at Los Angeles Dodgers

"These ain't your daddy's White Sox... We're going to keep going after a championship as aggressively as we can."

KW's Hole Cards:
Streaky offense shuts down and Floyd shaky against Dodgers.

Short Take:   Floyd not sharp, defense crappy, offense non-existent.

A new day and another game leaving Sox fans wondering what Sox team would show up tonight. Well, it was the one that is baffled against lefties with change ups. The lineup that scored seven runs last night couldn't get anything going after the first inning when the team had a mild threat with two runners on base to start the game. But, Dodgers starter Eric Stults was too much for our hitters, plowing through the Sox in tonight's 5-0 loss.

Gavin Floyd had a rough start to the game. Juan Pierre led off and singled, stole second, and advance to third when A.J. Pierzynski threw the throw out attempt into center field. Andre Ethier then hit a RBI single to give the Dodgers a 1-0 lead. Jeff Kent was the next batter and hit a fly ball to right field which Jermaine Dye misplayed and let drop behind him putting runners on second and third for Russell Martin. Martin singled making it a 2-0 lead. The Dodgers loaded the bases in the inning but Floyd escaped further damage.

While the Sox came and went, the Dodgers added three more runs in their half of the fourth. Blake DeWitt hit a two run RBI double and Stults helped his own cause out with a runner on third by hitting a sac fly to give his team the 5-0 lead. Stults went all nine tonight without a issue against our pathetic offense.

Rough night for Gavin who lasted 5 1/3 giving up six hits, five runs (four earned) and walking two. For what it's worth, the Sox bullpen came on and did a nice job. Matt Thorton, Nick Masset, and Boone Logan pitched 2 2/3 innings not allowing anything.

John Danks will try and pick up where he left off at Wrigley Field last Friday in tomorrow's series finale at Dodger Stadium. Game time is 2:10pm and it can be seen on Comcast SportsNet.

Quest For the Final Table Update:
 Sox shut out for the eighth time this year. Twins win again, Sox now with a 1/2 game lead in the A.L. Central.

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