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Kaboom!  Sox win!

May 14 vs. Texas.  

Short take:  What was so hard about that?

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Back away from the ledge, turn down the gas inside the oven, stop chain smoking the Winstons.  Fret not, Sox Fans, your team lives for another day!

It was old friend Herbert Perry who got the stomach acid eating the linings of Sox Fans everywhere with his first inning two-run dinger.  Our Pale Hose were down early again, and don't all of us know what nightmares laid ahead!

Fret not!  Our guys come through in a BIG way, led by perhaps the unlikeliest of heroes.  Kaboom!  Sox win 15-4.

Yep, and the clods from Minnesota lost at Kansas City, too.  Oh doctor, prescribe me another bottle of those happy pills!

Fifteen runs on fifteen hits.  There were heroes up and down the Sox line up in this one.  Jose Valentin (2 for 3, with two walks), Frank Thomas (2 for 4, with two doubles and two rbi's),  and Sandy Alomar (3 for 5 with four rbi's) all had fantastic games.  However, nobody compared to Tony Graffannino, starting in the #2 slot for injured Ray Durham.  It was a career night for the Sox utilityman.

Texas had no idea who they were dealing with.  Like the strangler's fingerprints all over the victim's throat, Graffannino's accomplishments were the very death of the Rangers. 

It was Tony G. getting the offense started in the first inning with a double, scoring with Magglio Ordonez on Frank Thomas's double to tie the game.

It was Tony G. in the second inning batting in two runs to give the Sox the lead. 

It was Tony G. hitting a solo dinger in the sixth to make up for an earlier  fielding error.

It was Tony G. with the three-run dinger to put a loud exclamation point on the monster six-run seventh inning by our Sox.

Hey, the Sox scored three times in the eighth inning without the help of Tony G.  Imagine what they could have done had he ever gotten to bat!

Mark Buehrle was the recipient of this offensive bounty.  He went seven full innings for his seventh win.  Bob Howry and Matt Ginter split the final two innings to put the finishing touches on this therapeutic victory for Sox Fans.

It's good to laugh, Sox Fans.  Very good, indeed!

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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A perfect 4 for 4 at the plate, including two dingers and a double.  Scored three runs, and batted in six.  Wow!

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