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Dressed to the Nines

June 9 vs. Oakland Athletics


Levels Finished:
5
With a little bit of luck, the Sox were able to dodge a couple barrels and keep firing for the prize.

Short Take:The Palehose put up a nine-spot on Trevor Cahill and the Oakland A's.

Oakland's been struggling so much lately that they decided to go with a new manager, who made his debut for the A's in the series opener at Comiskey vs. Mark Buehrle and our Sox. Many times a managerial change can help a team get back on track. But, that wasn't the case tonight, fortunately, as our bats exploded in the 2nd, 3rd, and 8th to lead us to a 9-4 victory over the A's.

Oakland's one-run lead in the top of the first would be their only lead of the game, a short-lived lead, as our Palehose quickly clawed back in their next couple of at bats. In the 2nd, a little luck went our way. With the bases juiced (AJ Pierzynski, Alex Rios, Adam Dunn), Omar Vizquel was given a gift chance, as the A's third baseman Adam Rosales dropped a foul ball, keeping his at bat alive, which resulted in a sac fly scoring AJ. Gordon Beckham reached on an infield single, re-loading the bases for Juan Pierre, who walked in a run. Alexei Ramirez followed with an infield single, which knocked in Dunn.

The unthinkable happened in the next frame! With AJ aboard, Adam Dunn homered to the left field seats! The next four batters reached safely (Vizquel, Beckham, Pierre, Ramirez), with the last walking in the third run of the inning. Oakland Pitcher Trevor Cahill's night was through after throwing 2 2/3 innings.

Oakland scored a pair just before the 7th Inning Stretch on a round-tripper by Hideki Matsui, but the Sox got those runs back and an extra in their half of the 8th. Carlos Quentin hit a sac fly, while Paul Konerko hit a 2-run bomb with Ramirez aboard. Oakland scored a token run in the 9th, but that would be all, giving our Sox a 4-3 season series lead over the A's with 3 games left. The next one will be tomorrow night, as Edwin Jackson takes the mound. Same time, same place, same channel.

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