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Sox freeze out Tigers!

April 6th vs Detroit

Today's temperature:
"Sox bomb the Tigers for a win, but Jerry makes some nutty decisions in the early going."

Short Take: 8th inning rally leads to sweep

  • For the first 7 innings, it looked like the Sox had reverted to old ways (as in the early part of last week) before coming alive in the bottom of the 8th to pummel the Tigers for 9 runs on their way to a 10-2 thrashing of Murder City’s hapless Kitties.
  • Gametime temp was 32 degrees, but the whipping wind made it downright uncomfortable for yours truly and the other 14,000 fans in attendance.
  • Sox fans: Josh Stewart has arrived! His major league debut was pretty impressive as he managed to scatter 7 hits and only one earned run over 6 2/3 innings of work. Stewart induced groundouts galore and worked his way out of a couple jams in the early going.
  • Pity Tigers knuckleballer Steve Sparks. Or don’t. But either way, the former starter turned bullpen slug walked 3 and gave up 6 runs on his way to being marked with the loss.
  • Damaso Marte earned the win for the Sox as the pitcher of record when they exploded in the 8th. He just as easily could have been today’s goat had the Sox lost, as he surrendered the hit that put the Tigers ahead.
  • The Sox showed great discipline at the plate, getting walks when needed to spark their comeback. D’Angelo carded a solo shot and a double. Magglio Ordonez drilled a 3 run jack to put the game out of reach. Frank Thomas turned in a pair of singles and a timely walk, and Paul Konerko came off the bench to hit an RBI single and draw a walk as he slowly emerges from his early season funk.
  • Today’s big downer was that the score of this game could have easily been 14-2. The Sox had the bases loaded in the 6th but failed to convert as Joe Crede struck out and Carlos Lee missed a grand slam by a few feet. We won’t discuss Miguel Olivo’s feeble attempt at bunting which ended up as a double play in the early going
  • The Sox pack their bags tonight and ship off to Cleveland for a 3 game set against the Tribe. 3-3 record…it’s a whole new season.

Tinkerer Update:
Daubach and Rios start in place of Konerko and Lee. But by the 6th, both regulars get their spots back.

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