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The Fat Lady Has Sung!

September 23rd Vs New York

Today's temperature:
"Sox fans' blood is boiling as Jerry's kids are officially out of it. Let's hope by next week at this time Jerry is officially out of a job."

Short Take: Corks pop in Chicago, but they're not for the Sox

Pretty much any baseball fan with half a brain knew that eventually the White Sox would finally roll over and eliminate themselves from the AL Central Division race. Equally inevitable was the New York Yankees buttoning up yet another division title. Yankees pound the Sox into oblivion with a 7-0 shelling at US Cellular and clinch the AL east title for what seems like the 90th year in a row. The Sox loss, coupled with the Twins knocking off the Indians at the HumpDome tonight hands the division title over to the hated Twins for the second year in a row. Anyone got a barf bag they can spare?

Mark Buehrle got the start for the Sox tonight and pitched a strong 7 innings. Only problem is, even if he fired a 7 inning no hitter it wouldn't do any good with the Sox offense already looking ahead to another winter on the golf course. Mark allows two solo home runs to Yankee hitters while fanning 5 and walking just one. Mark gives up 8 hits, but as usual manages them keep 'em scattered to minimize the damage. The real damage would come after Buehrle leaves the game. Scott Sullivan and Kelly Wunsch combine to give the Yankees a 5 run ninth inning capped off by a steroid-aided Jason Giambi grand slam. In a terribly cruel twist of fate, the Sox have to call on Billy Koch to record the final out.

Sox hitters manage just five hits tonight, and not one player tallies more than one. Not to fret though Sox fans: our players still managed to do other things more than once tonight. Robbie Alomar, Jose Valentin and Sandy Alomar all managed to strike out twice. Paul Konerko manages to ground into 2 double plays. So much for Magglio Ordonez's walk-off blast last night providing any inspiration.

Sox play their last home agme of the year tomorrow afternoon. Estaban Loaiza gets yet another shot at 20 wins against Yanks ace Mike Mussina.

Tinkerer Update:
 Everett back in CF, Jose back at SS, Sandy catches

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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

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

August 30...Leaky Bullpen Bombed by Boston

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