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What was that?

May 10 at Anaheim.  

Short take:  You gotta be kidding.

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"I nearly had to pitch an inning myself."

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Once upon a time, the Sox were in a scoreless tie with Anaheim in this game.  The roof caved in in the third inning, eight runs scoring for the Angels.  Can you believe it, Sox Fans?  It actually got worse after that.

The final was 19-0.  You know something?  It was a lot worse than the score indicates.

Without dwelling too much on the macabre scene of this massacre, let's pick out just the lowest of the low lights.

There was Danny Wright getting shelled for eight runs on eight hits, chased in the third inning.  Matt Ginter was cannon fodder for the next 2.1 innings, allowing seven hits and another five runs. 

The less said about Mike Porzio's two innings, the better.  He took one for the team.

Kudos to Paul Konerko and Aaron Rowand for preventing Anaheim from no-hitting our Sox.

Julio Ramirez hit a dinger.  Yes, that Julio Ramirez, the guy we've been laughing about for over a year now.  Since he clobbered a meatball served by Porzio, we're still waiting to see him hit a homer off major league pitching.

Hawk was in a foul mood.  DJ simply tried to stay out of Hawk's way. 

By Ed Farmer and John Rooney's reckoning, the Sox should have been charged with four errors in this game.  Of course Hawk wasn't owning up to jack on the TV side.  It's precisely at times like these that he reveals himself for the complete toad he truly is.  Not even Royce Clayton booting a ball for an extra base in short center field was worthy of an error in Hawk's book.  The most animated he got all evening was expressing relief when they took the error away from Royce.  It was a performance worthy of Chip Caray in the Cubs broadcast booth.  Sure makes you proud to be a Sox Fan listening to this, doesn't it?

Can there be any doubt how this guy was given a shot as Sox GM in 1986? 

The stadium fireworks were set off so often for Angels hitters, it became difficult to see the action at several points in the game.  For Sox Fans, that was a blessing.

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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