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Sox' Killer Instinct Apparent

July 31 at Baltimore Orioles

How many Grinders did KW use today:
"Iguchi, Konerko, Rowand, Dye, Crede, Widger, Uribe, and Garcia all get grinders tonight."

Short Take: On national television, our Sox put the hit parade to good use and win convincingly without Scott Podsednik or AJ Pierzynski even playing. Freddy Garcia gets another win, and he gets more than enough run support to assist him in getting that win.

You can count this one in the column of laughers, as the White Sox completely embarrassed the Baltimore Orioles 9-4 on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball on this final day of July. This game clearly was not even as close as the score would suggest, as the Sox were only retired in order twice in the entire game. A few "mercy" runs later on in the game for Baltimore hardly marred this beauty of a game for our south siders, as Freddy Garcia won his 11th game of the season at Camden Yards.

The first inning of tonight's matchup greatly resembled that of last Monday's game in Kansas City. Tadahito Iguchi started things off offensively with a single, and Carl Everett followed with a free pass. After Aaron Rowand was hit by a pitch, Jermaine Dye singled to score both Iguchi and Everett. Joe Crede bolstered the Sox' muscles with a double that scored both Rowand and Dye. After Chris Widger walked, Juan Uribe singled scoring Crede. 10 total batters came to the plate in the top of this frame, and Rodrigo Lopez already had 44 pitches to his credit before even getting a chance to sit down. Eric Byrnes scored on a single by Miguel Tejada and an errant throw by Crede across the baseball diamond, giving the Orioles their lone run of the inning. The White Sox led 5-1 after one inning of play.

The second inning was more of the same things for our beloved Palehose. Iguchi walked, stole second, and scored on a double by Paul Konerko. Rowand followed with a double up the middle, scoring Konerko. Dye continued the hit parade by singling Rowand in. Lopez's night was over at this point, and Sox fans in attendance were able to bring out their voices to sing the infamous "Na na na na! Na na na na! Hey, hey, hey! Good bye!" that Nancy Faust has made part of the fabric of the White Sox baseball experience. No more runs scored in the inning after Lopez's departure, but, once again, the Sox had gotten Baltimore into great trouble by needing to overuse their bullpen, something which could be a huge factor in tomorrow's game.

The final run for our beloved Palehose came in the fifth inning. After Widger walked, Uribe would "first and third" him, and then Timo Perez got into the action with a sacrifice fly to right field, which scored Widger. And so, the White Sox got three field goals for the second consecutive game.

In the sixth and seventh innings, the Orioles scored three "mercy" runs. Tejada scored on a "bloop" to left field by Sammy Sosa in the sixth, while Brian Roberts and Byrnes homered back-to-back in the seventh. Not to fret, Sox fans. That was a little too little too late, as our White Sox completely embarrassed Baltimore on national television 9-4.

There isn't very much time for our Palehose to rest up, Sox fans. Just 13 hours more until the closing game of this four-game series in Baltimore. The Sox have assured them of a season series win over the Orioles this year and look to sweep their second four-game series since the All Star break. Who better to have on the mound than ace Mark Buehrle? Those poor Orioles counter with, as announced during tonight's broadcast, Daniel Cabrera, who actually started yesterday's game, but was lifted in the second inning after Crede rocketed one off his pitching hand. Things do not look good pitchingwise for the Orioles to close this series. You almost feel sorry for them...ALMOST! Gametime is at 11:35 am and can be seen on Comcast Sports Net. Those of you who can't watch the game due to work can tune in to ESPN 1000 to listen to the AL's best broadcasting team of John Rooney and Ed Farmer!

Ozzieball Update:
In the second inning, Iguchi walked, stole second, and scored.

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