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July 7th vs Anaheim

Magglio Watch
Days left on the DL:
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"Maggs tries not to injure his neck as he spends the whole night shaking his neck in disbelief at his mates' horrendous showing."

Short Take: Angels rack up dirty dozen

Last Wednesday, Sox fans were giggling with glee at their team's string of successes. The Southsiders had just taken 2 of 3 from the crosstown rivals to the north, and were in the process of pulling off a sweep in the Metrodome against their division rivals to the north as part of a 5 game win streak. Well folks, the 5 game win streak has been followed up with the Sox first 5 game losing streak of the season, as the red-hot Anaheim Angels take the second game of their 3 game set vs the Sox at US Cellular by a count of 12-0. The Sox fall to 2.5 games behind the Minnesota Twins, and leave fans and media pundits scratching their heads as to why the offense just can't score runs.

Scott Schoeneweis returns from his trip to the disabled list with his elbow inflmmation replaced by a big ol' chip on his shoulder. Schoeneweis flapped his jaw last week about how he refused to be relegated to the bullpen after his recent struggles, and then pitches a performance tonight that would send a less experienced hurler back to the minors. Schoeneweis pitches his way right back into the "Schellenweis" sobriquet he earned during spring training, surrendering 6 runs over 5 innings. Jose Guillen acted as tonight's one-man wrecking crew against Big Scott, taking the lefty deep two times in two innings. Schoeneweis' exit didn't stop the bleeding though, as Felix Diaz and Jon Adkins also fall victim to the Halos' offensive might, with each hurler giving up 3 runs over the course of their work.

Meanhwile, the Sox offense continues its ice-cold ways, scratching out just 4 hits for the second night in a row. As if missing Magglio Ordonez wasn't bad enough, the Sox will also be forced to play their next couple of games without Frank Thomas, who got a cortisone shot today in his swollen left ankle. Joe Crede rapped out 2 hits, while Aaron Rowand and Juan Uribe each added one. The Sox one highlight on this miserable night came on defense in the top of the 6th, when Benji Molina rapped a hard hopper to Joe Crede. Crede scooped up the ball and forced out the lumbering Darin Erstad before firing to Juan Uribe at second. Uribe taps the keystone sack to force out Tim Salmon and guns the ball over to first, where Paul Konerko forces out Benji Molina, who just might be Konerko's equal when it comes to speed on the basepaths. It was the Sox first triple play since 2000, and easily produced the loudest cheers of the night.

The Sox and Angels face off one more time at the Cell tomorrow afternoon with All-Star Estaban Loaiza starting against Aaron Sele. First pitch is slated for 1:05 CDT.

Ozzieball Update:
 No runs manufactured at all tonight...bad night for Ozzieball.

submitted by WhiteSoxWilkes.

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