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Avenging The Angels!

September 11th at Anaheim

Magglio Watch
Days left on the DL:
Spring 2005
Number of special newspaper articles covering it:

"Another weekend, another hurricane watch. Maggs grabs the plywood and gets ready to board up the Miami house again."

Short Take: Sox show some great offense, Angels exhibit lousy defense

At this point in the season, one has to question the sanity of any Sox fan who 1) stays home on a Saturday night to watch their favorite team and 2) stays up until well after midnight to do so. For the few fans out there in the Sox Army who did, they were treated to quite possibly one of the finest displays of baseball the Sox have put on on all season, as they pound the Anaheim Angels 13-6, earning a very very rare West Coast victory.

Jason Grilli took the hill for the Sox in Saturday's effort, and all Sox fans want to know is why didn't we send this guy out there a lot sooner as our fifth starter? Grilli gives up 5 earned runs and 9 hits over 5 innings. While that may not seem like overpowering numbers, let's keep in mind that those are the type of numbers guys like Felix Diaz and Arnie Munoz put up in a single inning. Neal Cotts, "Downtown" Jon Adkins and the aforementioned Mr. Diaz combine for 4 innings of one run, one hit ball to notch Grilli his second win of the season.

The Sox offense again reminds us of how good they can be last night, with their double-digit effort keyed by an 8-run second inning where the South Siders sent 13 men to the plate. Every Sox starter tallied a hit on the night, Willie Harris leading the way with 4 and Ross Gload pounding out 3, including a home run to deep right that had even Sox broadcast booth guest Cheech Marin impressed. Gload would finish with 4 RBI on the night. Paul Konerko added 3 RBI on 2 hits, but what may have been most impressive was his baserunning, scoring twice from second base!

Sox and Angels finish the series out with a 3:05 CDT start Sunday. Jose Contreras faces off against Bartolo Colon.

Ozzieball Update:
 8-run second inning was a hit parade. No bunting and no stealing, but plenty of runs manufactured.

submitted by WhiteSoxWilkes.

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September 22... At Least They Won't Clinch Here

September 18...Klubered, but Not Clobbered

September 16... Baltimore Blanked

September 10... Thrown Away

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