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Welcome to California! Let's Pick Up Where We Left Off Last Year!

April 28 at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

How was the trophy defended today?
Pitching! Ozzie Ball! Defense! Long Ball! Bullpen! Closer!
All of the above!

What a difference two days makes, as the Sox start another one of those winning streaks theyíre so famous for!

Getting out of Seattle, an offday, the trip to the Playboy mansionÖIím not sure what did the trick, but something sure woke up those White Sox bats! The Angels took the early lead, but when the smoke cleared, the Sox had triumphed 8-5. Things got off to a promising start in the first when Scottie Podsednik singled. However, Tad Iguchi struck out, and then Pods was picked off first. A strikeout by Jim Thome ended the inning. In the bottom, Freddy Garcia looked a little shaky, giving up the first of what would be three Dreaded Leadoff Walks. Vladimir Guerrero promptly homered, and the inning ended with the Angels up by two. But things got brighter in a hurry. In the second, Paul Konerko led off with a walk, and Jermaine Dye singled to center, moving Paulie to second, After AJ Pierzynski lined out, Joe Crede singled to right, and the bases were loaded. Then Jeff Weaver struck out Juan Uribe, and it looked like the Angels might get out of the inning. However, he walked Brian Anderson, forcing in PK; Pods got a hit, scoring JD and Joe; and Tad Iguchi doubled, knocking in Brian and Scottie. Again, a strikeout by Thome ended the inning, but look, Ma! Itís 5-2 Good Guys!

In the bottom of the second, Freddy gave up the second Leadoff Walk, but Jose Molina grounded into a double play, and Adam Kennedy flied out to JD. In the top of the third, the Sox apparently decided they needed some more runs. Paulie was hit by a pitch, and JD promptly homered. Then AJ got a hit and Uribe tripled, scoring AJ. That would be all for Weaver, and it was 8-2 after three innings. The bottom of the third saw Freddy give up his third straight Leadoff Walk, to Chone Figgins. This one came back and bit him when Figgins stole second, advanced to third on a grounder, and then came around to score on another grounder. Sox 8, Angels 3.

After that, things settled down until the seventh inning. The Sox had a little something going, but the Angels bullpen was able to hold them. Then in the bottom, Brandon McCarthy came on in relief of Freddy, and the Angels decided to play a little smallball of their own, scoring a run on a single and a walk. Neal Cotts came on and gave up another single, which scored the second run of the inning, making the score 8-5. And thatís where it ended. Now letís look forward to Saturdayís game and what promises to be another great pitching matchup between Jose Contreras and Kelvim Escobar.

Ozzieball Update:
This was Ozzieball at its finest--a total team effort

submitted by MarySwiss

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