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Bombing The Red Sox

July 22 vs. Red Sox

How many Grinders did KW use today:
"Uribe, A.J., & Rowand with HRs. Garland shut down a tough Red Sox lineup, and Bobby Jenks, Marte kept the game intact."

Short Take:  Jon Garland picks up his 15th win, Sox go long ball tonight in a 8-4 win!

The Sox finally shook off three straight losses tonight against the Sox from Boston. After last nights loss, the Sox looked to rebound with Jon Garland taking the mound against knuckle-baller Tim Wakefield. Garland pitched out of several jams and the Sox put up a big 6-spot in the sixth inning to take a 8-4 win at The Cell.

With two outs in the forth inning, the Red Sox would score first. Manny Ramierez walked and Trot Nixon would follow that with a base hit. Ramirez scored on a Kevin Millar single to put the Red Sox up 1-0. In the bottom of the forth, Aaron Rowand tied the game on a solo homer, his seventh of the year. Then, with two outs the Sox threatend to put more on the board. Konerko singled and A.J. Pierzynski walked. Joe Crede then singled and Joey Cora, for some reason, thought it would be a good idea to send Konerko from second base home on the hit. Manny Ramierz threw Konerko out by a mile at home for the third out of the inning. Good one Cora.

But, the out at the plate would not come back to haunt our Sox tonight. Garland pitched wonderful. In the fifth inning Bill Mueller and Tony Graffanino started it off with back to back singles putting runners on the corners for the Red Sox. Garland would get Johnny Damon and Edgar Renteria to pop out to first base and then David Ortiz to fly out leaving the go ahead run at third.

There was more Jon Garland for the Red Sox to handle in the sixth. Trot Nixon singled with one out and advanced to second on a passed ball. Kevin Millar walked. Again, Garland would find two runners on facing a tough Red Sox linup, and again, Garland would shut them down. He got Doug Mirabelli to strike out and Bill Mueller to fly out leaving the game tied 1-1.

The Sox put on a power display in their half of the sixth. A total of six runs were scored off Tim Wakefield. A.J. Pierzynki broke the 1-1 tie with two runners on with a 3-run bomb to the seats in right field putting the 37,000+ in attendance into a frenzy. It wasn't done yet. After a Tony Graffanino error on a ground ball by Timo Perez, there were again two runners on for Juan Uribe. Uribe sent a Wakefield offering just fair down the left field line in the seats putting our Sox up 7-1.

The Red Sox would get a run in the seventh on a solo home run by Johnny Damon. Our Sox got that run back in their half of the seventh. Scott Podsednik singled and advanced to second with his 50th stolen base of the season. Mirabelli's throw would end up in center field allowing Podsednik to move into thrid. Podsednik scored on a sac fly by Aaron Rowand to make it 8-2 Sox.

Dustin Hermanson came on in the ninth inning and got a quick out. Tony Graffanino singled and scored on Adam Stern's first home run of the season. Stern was a defensive replacement for Damon in the seventh. Thats as close as the Red Sox would get. The final score was 8-4 White Sox.

The Sox improve to 63-32 on the 2005 season. Tomorrow Orlando Hernandez (7-2 4.98ERA) will take the mound for the Sox against Wade Miller (2-4 5.01ERA) for the BoSox. Game time is at 6:05 and it will be televised on WGN.

In case you haven't heard, Frank Thomas was put on the 15-day DL today (retroactive to July 21) and Ross Gload was recalled from AAA. Get well soon Frank!

Ozzieball Update:
 A sac fly scored one, but everything else came via two 3-R homers. Podsednik steals bag #50.

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