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Who are these guys?

August 9 vs. Seattle

Short Take:  Pitching, hitting, and defense?  This ain't our team!

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Today's Mileage:
"I wonder if they're ripping me on that new XM Radio, too?"

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These are strange days for Sox Fans still interested enough to watch the 2002 Pale Hose.  The brain dead outfit that had been sucking since early May has vanished like Lindberg's baby.

Skip the ransom note.  We don't want 'em back!

This was a convincing victory, 10-2 over an exceptional Seattle ballclub.  The Sox clicked at every level, and it's painful to think we've waited all summer (and most of the spring) for this team to right itself and play the way Sox Fans expected them to.

Mark Buehrle was brilliant as usual.  He was finally chased in the eighth, but the Sox already had a ten run lead.  It was his 15th victory. 

The top of the order was effective.  Willie Harris and Aaron Rowand reached base safely 4 of 8 at-bats plus a sacrifice, scoring three of the Sox runs. 

The middle of the line up is clicking.  Paul Konerko and Magglio Ordonez teamed up for seven runs batted in, including a 3-run shot by Konehead that broke this game open for the Sox in the fourth. 

Miracles--the bottom of the line up was getting the job done, too!  Jose Valentin, Joe Crede, and Mark Johnson collected 4 hits in 11 at-bats.  Valentin had a pair of doubles--one from each side of the plate.

Even the defense was there.  Johnson cut down Jeff Cirillo attempting to steal second base.  Valentin, Harris, and Konerko combined for a tight double-play in the fifth inning.

Even Jerry "The Tinkerer" Manuel managed to keep his tinkering instincts in check, fielding what appears to be his new everyday line up. 

Now the question is, how long will it last?

Tinkerer Update:
 What's this--a fixed line up?  No wonder the team is playing better!

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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Mark Buehrle

7.1 innings scattering six hits.  Pitched a shutout into the eighth inning when the Sox already had a ten run lead.

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