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Change In Latitude, No Change In Attitude

June 21st vs Cleveland

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

"Much to Herm's chagrin, Maggs decides to work on his slides...tarp slides, that is."

Short Take: Dreary output on a dreary night

After a lackluster road trip which featured losses with football-like scores, losses with soccer-like scores, and heartbreaking walk-off losses, the Chicago White Sox returned home with just one goal: STOP LOSING. That goal wasn't met tonight as the suddenly skidding Sox were overpowered by C.C. Sabathia and the Indians 5-1, extending their losing streak to 3 in a row and starting off a crucial 7 game homestand on a flat and lousy note.

For the past couple weeks, Scott Schoeneweis has been looking for a good start and a win. He got neither tonight, turning in a so-so performance that was rough from the very beginning, with Indians leadoff man Ronnie Belliard blasting a home run to deep left on the fifth pitch of the game. Four batters later, Casey Blake jacked a 2-run shot that put the Sox in a 3-0 hole before they even got the chance to bat. Scott would settle down somewhat as the game went on, allowing just one more run in 7 innings of work, while fanning 4 and walking two. At least the walk totals which have recently been the bane of Schoeneweis' pitching existence, have come down a bit. Mike Jackson comes on in relief and allows his usual one run in, before Neal Cotts, Cliff Politte and the freshy called up Vic Darensbourg handle mop-up duty.

Meanwhile, C.C. Sabathia had the baggy pants, crooked hat and wicked heat which held the Sox offense to just four hits tonight. Aaron Rowand was the lone bright spot tonight, hitting a home run to account for the Sox only scoring, and adding 2 other hits. The only other Sox hit was tallied by Joe Crede, who along with Rowand finally seems to be coming around just as the rest of the Sox offense takes a nap. Paul Konerko looked wretched at the dish with a pair of strikeouts, and Carlos Lee looks like he's really cooled off with his hitting streak being quickly forgotten.

Sox look to straighten back up and fly right tomorrow with Estaban Loaiza on the hill facing Scott Elarton. First pitch is slated for 7:05 CDT.

Ozzieball Update:
 4 hits all night? Only 5 total baserunners? Makes Ozzieball pretty damned difficult, don't you think?

submitted by WhiteSoxWilkes.

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