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Dodgers Caught in Sox Killing Fields

June 24 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers


KW's Daily Special:
Wolf Steak
The Sox hitters clobbered Randy Wolf tonight.

Short Take: The Sox hit a season-high six homers, including two by Josh Fields, to take down the first-place Dodgers.

At long last, the White Sox gave the hometown fans something to cheer about. Coming into Wednesday night's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Sox were batting a meager .217 on the season at U.S. Cellular Field. The South Siders put an end to that nonsense - at least for a night - by blasting six home runs in a 10-7 win over the National League's best team.

Josh Fields, starting at first base for the first time since June 12, led the assault by cranking two Dodgers pitches out the park. His two-run blast in the fourth inning gave the Sox the lead for good at 5-3. His second homer capped a five-run outburst in the fifth that extended the Sox advantage to 10-3.

Jayson Nix chipped in with a 3-run shot to highlight the big inning, which also included a solo blast by Paul Konerko. Earlier, Alexei Ramirez hit a solo homer in the first inning, and Jermaine Dye hit a two-run shot in the third..

Sox starter Gavin Floyd (5-5) was the beneficiary of the offensive support. The right-hander gave up only one earned run in six innings and survived an ugly second inning during which the Sox committed two errors behind him. Floyd left the contest with a seven-run lead.

The Dodgers made it closer by scoring one run off Sox reliever D.J. Carrasco in the seventh, and Jimmy Gobble gave up a 3-run homer to Matt Kemp in the eighth that cut the Sox lead to 10-7. That forced closer Bobby Jenks into the game. No worries - Jenks worked a 1-2-3 ninth for his 18th save in 20 chances this season.

The Sox will try for the series win tomorrow at 1 p.m.. Lefty Clayton Richard (2-1, 4.03 ERA) takes the mound for the Sox. He will be opposed by Dodgers ace Chad Billingsley (9-3, 2.83 ERA).

WSI's
Critic's Corner:
Six stars: One for every home run hit tonight.


submitted by JB98.

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