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Whatever else happens in 2002, Sox Fans, we'll always have the memory of what happened today.  It was a perfectly satisfying 5-4 victory over the laughably inept Chicago Cubs and their "savior" Mark Prior.  However, what turned it into perhaps the most gratifying victory of the season was simply striking out Sammy Sosa to end the game with the tying run on third base.

Way to go, Shammy.  Every Sox Fan watching knew you could do it!

Mark Prior, the Flubbie pitcher currently known as Savior, is the luckiest Lovable Loser of all.  He skated after five innings getting tagged for four runs by Sox hitters.  The Sox jumped on his weanie butt in the third for two runs, one on a Ray Durham rbi single and another on a Frank Thomas sacrifice fly.  The Sox tagged him again in the fourth when Frank Thomas drilled a 3-2 pitch into the left field bullpen with Durham aboard. 

The "savior" of blasphemous Flubbie fans stood to be the loser, but wiggled off the cross when the season's biggest bust, Moises Alou hit his second tater of the day off Jon Garland, tying the game at 4-4 in the sixth.

All that stood between our Sox and a glorious late-inning victory was the Baby Bear bullpen, the laughable creation of Cubune wunderkid, Andy MacFail.  No problem.

Sox Fans didn't have to wait long.  Some wretched piece of garbage named Juan Cruz came into the game to start the bottom of the sixth.  He went 3-1 to leadoff man Carlos Lee, before serving his fat pitch, launched into the left field seats for a 5-4 Sox lead.

What every Sox Fan for years to come will remember is Antonio Osuna pitching three innings of relief, only to face Sox reject Sammy Sosa with two out in the ninth inning and the tying run at third base.

After Shammy cut a hole in the humid South Side air for strike three, he stomped back to the loser's dugout glaring back at Osuna who did a highly animated arm swinging fist-clenched twist.  Whatever that North Side fraud might have been thinking, rest assured he ought to be wondering if the next Flubbie manager will tolerate his obnoxious salsa music the way Don Baylor did.  He might have just cost the guy his job.

Sweep these chumps tomorrow, Sox Fans, sit back and find out.

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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Three innings scoreless relief, preserving the one run lead and the Sox victory.  Five strikeouts against one walk.  Whiffed the biggest fraud in major league baseball to end the game, too.

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