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Comeback falls short.

September 6 vs. Cleveland

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Today's Mileage:
"Another Sox loss.  Time to do more brown nosing for the boss!"

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Short Take:  Two lousy runs in the ninth cost the win.

When ace Mark Buehrle is facing a pig like Dave Burba, you don't figure the Sox to lose as they score seven runs.  It didn't work out that way.  A comeback from a 3-run deficit succeeds, but the comeback from the 5-run deficit falls short--thanks to two runs allowed in the ninth.

Can this team ever get it right?  Sox lose 9-7.  Buehrle misses his chance at win #18.

Buehrle simply didn't have control.  He walked four, including one with the bases loaded, and struck out just three.  He allowed three runs the first three innings. 

Sox bats had little trouble answering the challenge.  The suddenly resurgent Magglio Ordonez had a two-rbi double in the third, and batted in another run in the fifth with a groundout.  A chance for a big inning was ruined when an rbi double by Carlos Lee led to the third out after Paul Konerko, chugging around from second base, ran through a stop sign and was called out trying to score with the catcher blocking the plate.

Next time, level the S.O.B. Paulie.  These are the Indians were talking about here!

Spotted the lead, Buehrle kicked it right back allowing an rbi double in the sixth, and a three-run dinger in the seventh.  He really got pissed off after that one. 

Two stupid runs allowed by Antonio Osuna in the ninth provided Cleveland the winning margin.  Frank Thomas hit a three-run dinger that would have tied the game and gotten Buehrle off the hook for the loss, but no.  These are the 2002 Sox and nothing comes easy.

Can we ever hope to see the other side of .500? 

Tinkerer Update:
 Borchard plays, but now in center field.

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3 for 5, two runs scored, and a dramatic three-run dinger on a two-out, 0-2 pitch in the ninth that should have tied the game--but didn't.

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