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Listless effort.

May 15 vs. Texas.  

Short take:  A performance worthy of the 2001 team.

Kenny Williams'
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Today's Mileage:
6
"My pitching is suspect and now my offense is stalling."

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JERRY'S HEAD

The day after the Sox light up the scoreboard for fifteen runs, they are lucky to push just two runs across the plate.  Ismael Valdes does his voodoo on Sox hitters and our beloved Pale Hose go down quietly, 5-2 losers to the Rangers at Comiskey.

We can sum up the entire Sox offensive effort in one tidy paragraph.  Frank Thomas broke the Sox on top with a solo dinger in the second inning.  Later in the fourth, Magglio Ordonez scored on Jose Valentin's fielder's choice.  That's it!

The "close but no cigar" award goes to Royce Clayton.  He managed to jolt one to the left field wall in the Sox eighth, caught before leaving the yard.  Why he was batting for himself that late in a game the Sox were losing is a mystery to everyone but Jerry Manuel.  His batting average is now .189.

Manuel's new line up was brain dead from top to bottom.  Paul Konerko was the only other Sox player besides Thomas to get a hit.  

It was inevitable Sox starter Todd Ritchie would lose a game no support from the Sox hitters was forthcoming.  He was tagged with two runs in the fourth, and one in the sixth.  That was more than enough to earn him his fourth loss of the season.

Rocky Biddle fed his gopher in the seventh, and some idiot promptly threw the ball back.  In a crowd of less than 14,000, you would think this sort of mindless Cub-like behavior wouldn't happened.  It just wasn't our night, Sox Fans.

Rubber game Thursday night.  Free churro and Lemon Chill to the first Sox Fan to toss over the wall any idiot who might throw back a Texas homerun ball.

Leave the lovable loser crap on the North Side, okay?  They think losing is cute.  We don't.


George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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