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Take That, Twinkies!

June 29th vs Minnesota

Magglio Watch
Days left on the DL:
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"Sick of all the trade rumors and contract rumors, Mags spends a quiet afternoon shopping at the Mall Of America, even taking a ride on the roller coaster."

Short Take: Buehrle's left arm starts Sox on right foot

At the outset of the season, the geniuses in Sox marketing ran a promotional campaign which ended with the tagline "What's changed? Everything." Tonight was just another example of how true that slogan really is, as the Sox once again defy expectations and play well in the Metrodome, spanking the Twins 6-2 and moving back into a tie for their rightful spot in first place in the AL Central.

Mark Buehrle's past 2 outings haven't been easy to watch, with the big lefty giving up 15 runs over 13 innings against the mediocre Expos and subpar Indians. It's always a different story when Buehrle faces the Twins though, and he continued his virtual ownership of them by allowing a scant 2 runs on 8 hits and improving to 13-4 against our favorite Central rivals. Buehrle also keeps pace with the strikeout kings in the AL, fanning 8, and not allowing a single walk. The Twins only runs came on a Corey Koskie solo home run and a Torii Hunter single.

Although they didn't pump out 11 runs like they did in their last Metrodome appearance, Sox hitters still had one helluva night at the plate against supposed Twins ace Carlos Silva. Timo Perez seems to have Silva all figured out, collecting 3 hits on the night. The Sox started off the scoring when Carlos Lee blasted a double to the wall in the first to score Uribe, and followed up in the 4th with a Jose Valentin solo jack. A Paul Konerko single in the 6th scored Frank Thomas, who got on by blasting another of his trademark line drive doubles, and Juan Uribe broke the game open with a 2 run home run over the baggie and into the empty seats in right. Only Aaron Rowand fails to reach base tonight...all in all a great performance by the South Side Lumber Company.

Game 2 of the series is tomorrow night, and all of Chicago will be abuzz as newly acquired Freddy Garcia takes the hill against Brad Radke. Let's hope Freddy lives up to the hype and keeps the streak alive.

Ozzieball Update:
 NO sacrifices and only one steal...but 5 out of the Sox 6 runs come with 2 outs, showing that never-say-die Ozzie attitude.

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