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National embarrassment.

September 7 vs. Cleveland

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Short Take:  Can they even hold on to second-place?

When the bright lights of the national spotlight shine on Jerry Reinsdorf's team, Sox Fans can practically take to the bank an embarrassing defeat is about to happen.  With this laughable choice for Game of the Week honors on the Fox, the outcome was virtually preordained.  The anemic Sox collect four lousy hits and still manage to leave four men on base.  They lose 4-2 to Cleveland.

Don't look now, Sox Fans, but we're closer to third-place than .500.  Those foot-steps you hear gaining on us from behind are from the three-legged mongrels that are the remnants of the '02 Tribe.  Pathetic.  Truly pathetic.

Walks and homeruns did in the Sox.  Jon Garland went six innings, but not before walking three and serving two gopher balls.  The bullpen of Mike Porzio, Damaso Marte, and Keith Foulke held the Tribe scoreless the last three inning, allowing just one hit while striking out six.  Too little, too late.

The newest version of Jerry "The Tinkerer" Manuel's daily lineups couldn't do squat with C.C. Sabathia.  Willie Harris inexplicably gets another start, batting in the #9 spot and hitting .217.  He was 0 for 3 with a strikeout. 

Will Harris take Royce Clayton's spot as Manuel's "choice" for the 2003 season?  It's beginning to shape up that way.  Or maybe the real culprit behind these bizarre personnel decisions is actually GM Kenny "I'm Clueless" Williams?  Harris is his acquisition and he's been crying to anyone in the media that will listen how his genius player moves are unappreciated.  Oh, brother...

Carlos Lee managed a two-run dinger in the fourth, and the Sox actually had the lead for two innings, but that was it. 

Sunday Cleveland goes for the sweep, and the Sox go for whatever Jerry Reinsdorf's teams normally spend September doing. 

Waiting to go home.

Tinkerer Update:
Valentin  & Borchard benched, Jimenez now at short, and Willie Harris is ba-aack, again!

George Bova is editor and founder of White Sox Interactive.

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September 18...Klubered, but Not Clobbered

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