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Sleepwalking Til Dawn!

September 20th Vs Kansas City

Today's temperature:
"Jerry's kids come out tonight and play like a team with nothing left in the tank. Minimal tinkering leads to minimal production, hopefully leading to a pink slip."

Short Take: Saturday Night's Alright for Snoozing

At this point in the season, White Sox fams aren't asking for much. With the 'Hose pretty much eliminated from postseason contention, one would think we might get a chance at seeing some of the late-season callups get a shot, or the regulars at least try and put on a swing-for-the-fences exhibition. Instead we're treated to yet another night of corpseball and crummy pitching from a supposed ace. Sox fall 7-1 to the Royals and continue to slip closer to 3rd place in the AL Central. Let's face it, this teams' playoff hopes are flushing down the drain faster than the new high-pressure toilets at the new Soldier Field.

Estaban Loaiza takes the hill for the Sox tonight and struggles yet again. Loaiza was the first AL pitcher to get a shot at win #20, and 3 starts later, he still hasn't found it. Esty was supposedly plagued by a case of the flu earlier in the week, but tonight he was just plagued by a lack of control. Two walks and squibby little singles from Sox killers Mike Sweeney and Desi Relaford stake the Royals to a 3 run lead. Things only get worse as the night drags on. Scott Schoenweis makes us long for the days of Gary Glover as he surrenders 2 more runs, and yet another awful appearance by Billy Koch provides the last 2 runs the Royals needed to put the game out of reach.

Sox offense? Downright offensive. (how many times have we said that this season?)A Frank Thomas blast in the first inning tallies the lone Sox run. Every subsequent chance we have to score is snuffed by a strikeout or a double play. Things are so bad that Miguel Olivo is the only batter with more than one hit. Truly, the bottom is being dredged.

Sox and Royals play the last weekend game of the year at US Cellular tomorrow. Darrell May squares off against Jon Garland. Things look bleak, but it's not over yet...let's keep hope alive!

Tinkerer Update:
 Graffanino at SS, Olivo catches Loaiza

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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

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