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September 16th at Minnesota

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

"So disgusted by the play of his hapless team, Maggs watches the Cubs game on WGN."

Short Take: Twins complete sweep, slam doors on Sox

One of the many annoying quirks with the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome is that as one exits the foresaken hellhole, the difference in air pressure between the mechanism holding up the roof and the outside causes poor unsuspecting saps to be forcibly blown out the door. For those in attendance tonight, that force may have felt extra strong, since let's face it--tonight's performance by the White Sox pretty much blew. Once again, the Sox come up on the short end of a game that isn't even close, falling to the hated Twinkies by a tally of 10-1. Minnesota completes the sweep, and pretty much guarantees that the champagne will be flowing at US Cellular next week as they clinch their 3rd straight division title.

Last time Jon Garland got a start in the Metrodome, he gutted out a solid outing, walking away with a masterful one-run win. Would his luck repeat? Of course not! The troublesome Twins tag Garland for one run in the second, and then jump all over him in the 3rd, tallying 4 more runs and putting the game pretty much out of reach. Could it get worse? Of course. Jon Adkins comes on in relief to start off the 8th inning and falls victim to the same big-inning syndrome that normally plagues Garland before giving way to Neal Cotts, who allows his inherited runners to score and push Minnesota into double digits for the second time in the series.

Where was the Sox offense tonight? Who knows. The Pale Hose manage just 4 hits on the night, with their lone run coming on a Ross Gload sacrifice fly long after the game was out of reach. Willie Harris, Carlos Lee, Aaron Rowand and Paul Konerko are the only Sox to tally hits tonight. Pretty anemic, eh?

In case anyone still cares, there will be baseball on the South Side tomorrow night as the Sox return home to face the Tigers. Nate Robertson will face Jason Grilli, who seems like the only Sox starter with any gas left in the tank lately.

Ozzieball Update:
 Hard to play Ozzieball when your boys don't even get on base.

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