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Garland's Redemption

April 18th vs. Kansas City Royals

How was the trophy defended today?
The Sox were led by the arm of Jon Garland in tonight's smacking of the Royals.

Short Take: Sox hurler Jon Garland got easy redemption tonight from his previous outing against the KC Royals in the form of a firm 4-1 ousting of the division's bottom-feeders.

During his previous start against the Kansas City Royals, Jon Garland had one of his worst outings in his career. He was given the chance for redemption tonight against the same team. Redemption is exactly what he got, as he did a complete 180-degree turn-around in only allowing one run to score in tonight's contest. Of course, the four runs our offense provided him helped his cause as well en route to a 4-1 Palehose victory.

The scoring started in the top of the third inning, as Mark Teahen hit a solo home run to deep left, giving the Royals a short-lived 1-0 lead. That would be the only run they would score, let alone the only lead they would have all night long.

The DEFENDING WORLD SERIES CHAMPION CHICAGO WHITE SOX punched a hole in the game in the bottom of the next inning. After Jim Thome walked and Jermaine Dye safely reached base on a fielding error by Angel Berroa, the prolific Joe Crede knocked Thome in to tie the score. Juan Uribe put the Sox in the lead for good, as he singled both Dye and Crede home. The Sox led 3-1 at the end of the inning, and it stayed that way until the bottom of the 7th inning when Thome got an RBI single batting in Scott Podsednik, who had singled and stole his first base of the season two batters earlier, giving the Sox more breathing room.

And, so, your DEFENDING WORLD SERIES CHAMPION CHICAGO WHITE SOX kept pace with Cleveland in what will most likely be a very close AL Central Division race. Both teams are tied for first place with identical 9-5 records. Our beloved Sox don't have much time to rest, as they plan the series finale with Kansas City tomorrow afternoon at 1:05. If you can't make it to the ballpark, either tune in to WGN television or WSCR AM 670.

Ozzieball Update:
Scott Podesdnik recorded his first case of base theft in tonight's contest.

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