Message Boards  

 WSI Photo Gallery  

Post of the Week  




  2013 White Sox  

 Season Schedule  


2005 Championship


WSI Extras  

 WSI Interviews

  Audio Memories

  2002 Disaster!

2001 Season Fun!

2000 Champions!

Fun & Games

History & Glory

Sox Greats
Sox Quotables
Sox Fight Songs
Old Comiskey Park


WSI News - Totally Biased Game Recaps

No Brooms for You...

August 24 Vs. Texas

Today's temperature:
"What a difference a week makes, even if the ending was a dud. From second place and falling to first place by a game. Better keep it going on the East coast if they want to maintain their lead."

Short Take: Sox play corpseball on offense and the Rangers break through late to put the game away.

What a difference a week makes, Sox fans. The Sox came into Sunday's game looking for their second straight sweep of an ALW team. It had been payback time for Anaheim earlier this week when the Sox exacted revenge for their West Coast drubbing a week before by sweeping the Angels. Then came the Rangers who had utterly embarrassed the Sox by sweeping them last weekend in Texas and nearly knocking them into 3rd-place. But after taking six straight wins to climb back into first place, the Sox came into Sunday looking for some icing for their cake. Unfortunately it was not to be as the Sox bats (after putting up 13 runs on 16 hits last night) managed a meager 2 hits for the first 8 innings of play. The Rangers weren't exactly tearing the cover off the ball, but they managed a couple of timely big hits with a 2-run bomb by Hank Blalock with 2 outs in the 3rd and then broke the game open on a bases clearing double with three men on and two outs in the 8th after Kelly Wunsch gave up back to back walks to Alex Rodriguez (intentional) and Rafael Palmeiro.

The Sox bats were just flat today as John Thomson a first year NL import with a .500 career record (including today) and an ERA of 5.00 (before today) simply dominated the hitters. No one was getting good swings on his pitches. He threw a complete game shut-out while using 108 pitches. He struck out six and only walked one. Thompson definitely benefited from the getaway day plate, but so did Garland who struck out 10 Rangers and only made one mistake. He pitched 7 innings and was generally solid. Unfortunately, the Sox offense was sleep-walking on another Sunday getaway game against another pitcher they had never faced...

Oh well, the Sox are still in first and they travel to New York to take on the perennial powerhouse Yankees in the "Hose that Ruth built". Hopefully some of that legendary Yankee mystique will rub off on the Sox hitters and they will put today's ugliness behind them. If they are going to be a playoff team, then they are going to have to learn to win a few games on the road. With Esteban Loaiza, Bartolo Colon and Mark Buehrle going for them, the Sox are primed to kill the king. Now the question is, will they actually do it?

Tinkerer Update:
 No Sunday lineup, but no Paul Konerko is back at first agasinst a RHP - at least he brought his glove.

submitted by The Warden.

Sox Clubhouse "Pick to Click" Winner

Jon Garland

Worked 7 and gave up 3 runs. Normally not enough to qualify, but no one on the offense even came close. At least Jon struck out 10...

Play WSI's Pick to Click Contest!


2003 Sox Schedule

Want More
Totally Biased Game Recaps?

Click Here!


1 to 1 of 1

Search For:
Search in:
And in:
Any Words All Words

News Categories

Totally biased Sox news from White Sox Interactive!

EXCLUSIVE Sox features from WSI.

Full Sox coverage featuring the unique WSI slant!

The Totally Biased Game Recap, another WSI EXCLUSIVE!

YOUR chance to be featured at White Sox Interactive!

The funniest and most-noteworthy posts from the Sox Clubhouse message board.

The internet's largest FREE Sox news database, sorted by month.

The internet's largest FREE Sox news database, sorted by day.

Totally Biased Game Recaps

September 29... The Last (And Lost) Weekend

September 24... Covey Captivates, but Kluber Cruises

September 22... At Least They Won't Clinch Here

September 18...Klubered, but Not Clobbered

September 16... Baltimore Blanked

September 10... Thrown Away

September 8... Anaheim Annihilation

September 3... Power Special

September 1... 18 Strikeouts Later, the White Sox Lose

August 30...Leaky Bullpen Bombed by Boston

WSI News System Page Views: 30,741,569