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Laughing at Laffey

July 8 vs. Cleveland Indians


KW's Daily Special:
Cupcakes
The Sox are getting fat on 'em, just as they should be!

Short Take:The Sox continue their mastery of the extremely lousy Cleveland Indians with a snappy victory at the Cell.

Can the White Sox play Cleveland every day for the rest of the season? I wish! For the fifth time in the last 10 days, the South Siders made easy work of the extremely lousy last-place Indians with a 5-1 win Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field..

The Sox domination of the Tribe has been so complete that closer Bobby Jenks hasn't appeared in any of those five games. All of these wins have been a piece of cake.

Sox right-hander Jose Contreras (4-7) turned in another solid outing, working 6.1 innings. He allowed only a solo home run to Jhonny Peralta and struck out nine men. Contreras has won four of his six decisions since returning from Triple-A Charlotte.

The top four men in the Sox batting order got the job done against extremely lousy Cleveland left-hander Aaron Laffey (3-2). Scott Podsednik, Alexei Ramirez, Jermaine Dye and Paul Konerko combined to go 8-for-15 with five runs scored and four RBIs.

Dye put the Sox on the board in the first inning with an RBI double that scored Ramirez from first base. The South Siders added three more in the third. Podsednik's walk was followed by four consecutive singles from Ramirez, Dye, Konerko and Jayson Nix.

The hits by Dye and Konerko produced runs, and Gordon Beckham finished off the rally with a sac fly that gave the Sox a 4-0 lead.

The Sox picked up their final run in the seventh when Dye singled home Podsednik for his third RBI of the game.

Relievers Matt Thornton and Scott Linebrink fired 2.2 innings of hitless relief to wrap up the win for Contreras.

The Sox will try for the sweep at 1 p.m. Thursday. Clayton Richard (3-2, 4.75 ERA) will pitch for the Silver and Black. The Indians will counter with David Huff (4-3, 6.06 ERA).

WSI's
Critic's Corner:
Five stars, one for every win over the Indians in the last 10 days.


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