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June 16th at Florida

Magglio Watch
Days left on the DL:
Number of special newspaper articles covering it:

"Maggs straps on the Rollerblades at Herm's recommendation and cruises down along South Beach checking out the fine women."

Short Take: Pavano overpowers Sox with complete game masterpiece

Sox fans, remember last October? With our beloved Sox already enjoying the offseason, South Siders shed their silver and black mantles in favor of something a little more pastel--the teal and white of the Florida Marlins. With the Marlins taking on the hated Cubs, Sox fans suddenly found themselves pulling for guys named Beckett, Pierre and Lowell instead of Thomas, Lee and Konerko. Tonight, the Sox faced off against their short-term allies from last season at Pro Player Stadium, and the Fightin' Fish showed why they were World Series champions, silencing the Sox offensive machine and cruising to a 4-0 victory.

Scott Schoeneweis got the start for the Sox tonight, looking to bounce back from a couple rough outings which featured high walk totals and high pitch totals. Tonight, Scott's walk total was down, but the big lefty's hit totals were way up, surrendering 10 in total to the scrappy, pesky Marlins offense. Mike Lowell, the Marlins' very own Mr. October, took Scott deep with a 2-run blast in the 4th. He then surrendered a 2-run single to Juan Pierre in the next frame...that was all the offense the Marlins needed. The only positive for Schoeneweis tonight? He belted a double.

Schoeneweis' counterpart Carl Pavano was nothing short of awesome tonight, holding the Sox to just 3 hits and picking up a win with a complete game shutout. The only Sox to make contact were Schoeneweis, Joe Crede, and Juan Uribe, and the Sox never even got a runner over to third base. Pavano tallied 8 punchouts on the night, the most notable being fanning Carlos Lee and snapping his hit streak at 28...exactly halfway to Joe DiMaggio's record.

Tomorrow night marks the finale of the 3-game set with our Florida foes, with Estaban Loaiza facing last year's World Series MVP, Josh Beckett.

Ozzieball Update:
 No Ozzieball to be had tonight...but let's hope the Ozzie attitude shows up tomorow and the Sox walk away with a winner.

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