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Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda

May 27th at Toronto Blue Jays

How was the trophy defended today?
It wasn't

Short Take: Sox scatter 14 hits over 11 innings, load the bases a couple times, and have some great scoring opportunities; but, it all goes for naught, as they lose for the 17th time of the season.

The Sox have been known to be a very resiliant ball club, as losing streaks have been something very foreign over the course of the past couple of seasons. Back to back losses have been few and far between. Today's game at the Skydome in Toronto wasn't one of those types of games of which we'd like to remember, as our DEFENDING WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS lost in extras 3-2.

The teams traded runs in the second inning. Scott Podesdnik walked in AJ Pierzynski to give the Sox an early 1-0 lead; however, the bases-loaded situation wasn't able to bear any more fruit for our Palehose. In the bottom of the frame, Troy Glaus singled, advanced to second when Lyle Overbay grounded out, advanced to third on a single by Shea Hillenbrand, and scored as Greg Zaun grounded into a fielder's choice. The 1-1 tie lasted quite a long time.

As the game progressed, the Sox missed some other good opportunities to score, including a bases-loaded situation in the sixth, and then found themselves trailing by a run after the eighth, as Aaron Hill scored on a double by Frank Catalanotto. Fortunately, Joe Crede helped our Sox get that run back in "crunch time." Crede doubled to start off the nineth inning, advanced on a fielding error on Zaun, which allowed Pablo Ozuna to reach first base safely, and scored on a single by Juan Uribe.

The 2-2 tie held until the bottom of the 11th inning, where Hillenbrand homered down the left field line off losing pitcher Jeff Nelson, which accounted for the final score. As Gloria Estefan says in one of her songs, there's always tomorrow! And, tomorrow comes quickly, as the Sox look to avoid a sweep at 12:07 Chicago time. Jon Garland looks to get the better of Ty Taubenheim, who is pitching in place of Gustavo Chacin. Tune in to Comcast Sports Net Chicago to watch the action.

Ozzieball Update:
Ozzieball was not apparent in this game.

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