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May 2 vs. Seattle.  

Short take:  One-way tickets to Charlotte.

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"Rauch will be the death of me!"

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The Sox blew this game in the very first inning, allowing Seattle 10 runs and 13 hitters.  The final was 15-4.  The handful of Sox Fans who bothered to stick around mostly amused themselves by to booing the wrong team and applauding the considerable accomplishments of the other.

Well, at least they were paying attention.

Rather than recount the horrid details of this loss, perhaps it would be best to simply assess the carnage in the wake of this defeat.

First, Jon Rauch only managed one out before he was chased from the game, charged with eight runs (five earned) and back-to-back dingers allowed.  For the effort, he has been rewarded with a one-way plane ticket to AAA Charlotte.

Second, Jim Parque was the extra-extra long relief man in this one.  He fluffed up his ERA with six innings of six earned run baseball, including four mammoth dingers.  He'll be sharing the cab ride to Midway Airport with Rauch because he, too, got a one-way ticket to Charlotte.

The two set of back-to-back homeruns allowed by Rauch and Parque to Seattle's  Bret Boone and Mike Cameron set some sort of MLB record dating back to Neolithic period, or something.  Anyway, there were no living human beings to witness the last time it happened.

He probably didn't know it, but Mike Porzio won manager Jerry Manuel's game of Russian Roulette, pitching better than either of the aforementioned  slugs.  He went 2.2 innings and only allowed one dinger.  Manuel will probably have him mow his lawn and clean the gutters this weekend.

Paul Konerko's hitting streak is over.  Royce Clayton was the offensive star.

The Twins moved one-half game ahead of the Sox for the division lead.  They managed to beat Tampa Bay, though it took the numbskulls ten innings to do it.  Someday later in this season they won't be playing every game against the trash piles of the American League.  Then we'll have to listen to Bud Selig pontificate that Minnesota tried their hardest but simply couldn't compete, and the economics of the game are broken, and blah, blah, blah... we've all heard it before.

Oakland is coming to town.  Boy, do we owe these guys.

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George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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