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Sox Roll on!

April 25 at Cleveland.  

Short take:  Sixth victory over Tribe!

It's hard to imagine, Sox Fans, that our 2002 ballclub still hasn't begun hitting on all cylinders.  It doesn't take much effort to find any number of potential trouble blocking their championship quest.  Still our beloved Pale Hose are eight games over .500, alone in first-place, and carving up their nearest rival for the division crown, Cleveland.  Ken Lofton, Jon Garland, and yes--even Royce Clayton lay the smack down.  Sox win again 6-3. 

Cleveland is reeling after losing six of seven games the past ten days to our Sox.  If they aimed for revenge after last night's shellacking, it didn't take long for our Sox to stick their thumb in the Tribe's eye again in today's matinee.

It was Royce Clayton (!) who staked the Sox to the lead they would never relinquish, a fly ball that kept carrying and carrying until it finally landed beyond the left field wall.  Jon Garland had a 2-0 lead, and the Sox again were off to the races.

They struck again in the fifth when Ken Lofton came up with two out and the bases loaded.  His double to right plated all three runs and this funny feeling crossed all Sox Fans that maybe this team is a bit more than just simply good.  It was big-time clutch hitting.  Sox up 5-0.

Jon Garland had little trouble dispensing with Charlie Manuel's juggled line up.  The smelly old man has revealed himself as a purveyor of two-bit motivational tricks.  First he complained to the league about players fraternizing, and today he had Matt Lawton batting fifth.  What's next, Charlie?  Prayers for divine intervention?

Garland went 5.2 innings, unscathed until the sixth when Cleveland finally put together three hits to score three runs.  Too little, too late, losers.  The Sox bullpen in the form of Damaso Marte, Bob Howry, and Keith Foulke shut them out the rest of the way.

Back to the Ouija board, Charlie.

The Twins managed a ninth inning rally to beat the Tampa Bay juggernaut.  Good goin' guys.  It will make our dissection of your team that much more pleasurable when your turn for a spanking finally comes.

Business to care to in Oakland next.


George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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