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Motor City Mayhem!

September 29th vs Detroit

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

"Much like your humble correspondent, Maggs forgot there was an afternoon game today."

Short Take: A meaningless win, yes, but still impressive

Remember back in May and June when business was booming at the South Side Lumber Company? Double-digit outbursts were frequent, and balls flew off Sox bats like they were launched with a howitzer. Unfortunately, those days, along with Sox hope of a division title, have long since vanished. But at least today, the Sox once again show what could have been with an 11-2 pasting of Detroit in their final matchup of the season.

If Freddy Garcia thought that he had anything to prove today, he sure proved it. Making his last start of the season, Garcia works 7 innings of 5 hit, 8-strikeout ball, looking like the horse that we traded for back in June. He also picks up his 13th win of the season, and 9th in a Sox uniform, not bad at all given the rollercoaster ride that has been the Sox season. Damaso Marte gives up the Tigers' only 2 runs as his lackluster season winds to a close, with Shingo Takatsu once again working a scoreless 9th in a non-save situation.

Keyed by Carlos Lee's 6 RBI on 4 hits, 2 of which left the caverns of Comerica Park, the Sox offense feasted on Tigers hurlers Jason Johnson and John Ennis. The Sox jumped out in front right in the first inning on a 2-run blast from Ross Gload, making a late bid for the Sox to keep him around another year. Lee would hit his first homer, a 2-run shot, in the 3rd, and Joe Borchard added a solo shot in the 5th. The Sox struck again in the 6th when Timo Perez, also making a bid to stick around, brought Gload home with a single. Juan Uribe adds a solo shot in the 7th. But the icing on the cake comes in the top of the 9th with the bases loaded, as Carlos Lee caps off his great day with a grand slam to left, padding his RBI total and putting him over the 30 home run mark for the season.

The Sox travel to Kansas City to finish off the season, sending Mark Buehrle to the hill one more time to face Jimmy Gobble.

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 It's all longball today, folks!

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Totally Biased Game Recaps

September 29... The Last (And Lost) Weekend

September 24... Covey Captivates, but Kluber Cruises

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

September 18...Klubered, but Not Clobbered

September 16... Baltimore Blanked

September 10... Thrown Away

September 8... Anaheim Annihilation

September 3... Power Special

September 1... 18 Strikeouts Later, the White Sox Lose

August 30...Leaky Bullpen Bombed by Boston

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