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Da Bomb on da Dome!

June 25 at Minnesota

Short Take:  The Twinkies still answered each inning.

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Finally!  Finally, the Sox take it to the Minnesota Twins, bouncing back from yesterday's tough loss and showing some heart.  Who was this team scoring four runs in the ninth inning, and where have they been hiding?  Sox win going away, 15-7.

Mark Buehrle was the starter, and as usual, the offense was there to support him.  The list of Sox heroes is seemingly endless.  Buehrle fell behind in the first inning when Torii Hunter turned his helmet sideways, hit a double, and then came home on a fielder's choice.

No problem.  Paul Konerko led off the second with a single, and the Sox were off to the races.  They scored three times in the inning, each of them for one run, the last two with two outs.  Clutch hits are a beautiful thing!

Those jerk Twinkies never give in.  They tagged Buehrle in the third inning for three more runs and retook the lead 4-3.  For Sox Fans, that was when things got interesting.

The Sox pounded Eric Milton for three runs in the fifth, then added three more off reliever Tony Fiore in the sixth.  It was 9-4 Pale Hose and fretful Sox Fans began to believe their team could win this game!

Minnesota kept attempting a comeback, but the Sox put an exclamation point on this one, scoring four more times in the ninth inning.  As was the case most of the night, the big blows came from young stars Magglio Ordonez with a two-run double, and Paul Konerko with a dinger, scoring Maggs.

Fifteen runs and twenty-three hits!  Hey look mom, no errors, either!

Let's take time out from partying to note two ominous signs from this game.  First, the Sox pitching again failed to shut the door on the opposition the half-inning following a score by the Sox.  Minnesota chipped away at the Sox lead in the sixth, seventh, and ninth innings.  Not good.

You can't overlook that all the runs scored in this game still left the Sox without a win in a close game.  Not to complain, but the team can't expect to blowout opponents each game on their way to a division crown.

Hey, let's just get over .500 first.  Two big games just ahead of us.


George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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