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July 4 vs. Baltimore

How was the trophy defended today?
Pitching and hitting!

Short Take:  Sox provide many early fireworks in blowout win over O's!

There are some teams you just own. For the Sox, one of them is the Baltimore Orioles. Since the 2000 season, our Sox have pulled a 28-16 record against the Orioles and after lastnight ugly loss the Sox bats went to work early to give Jose Contreras his 17th consective winning decision and bringing his 2006 record to 9-0.

With the Sox already leading 1-0 after one, hot hitter Juan Uribe jacked a three run home run in the second inning to give the Sox a 4-0 lead after two. Uribe, if you haven't notcied, has raised is batting average to now .242. In the Sox half of the third Uribe again gave the Sox some padding. A RBI double off Uribe's bat scored Jermaine Dye who doubled to lead off the inning. Next batter Brian Anderson doubled to left field to score Joe Crede and Juan Uribe. The inning was capped off with another three run homer, this time off the bat of All Star Paul Konerko. By then, the blowout was on with the Sox leading 11-0 after three! The Sox added another run in the fifth via a bases loaded walk. In the seventh Uribe added to his RBI total on the day with a RBI single to put the game 13-0 Sox!

That was more than enough run support for Jose Contreras who is more and more looking our staff ace this season. Jose scattered six hits through 6 2/3 innings. Neal Cotts and David Riske finished off the O's this afternoon and sent the 37,000+ home happy this 4th of July holiday!

And there's even more good news to report- The AL Central Division leading Tigers lost this afternoon meaning our Sox picked up a game putting them 1 1/2 out of first place. Joe Crede left the game after getting hit by a pitch in the third inning. He is day to day with a bruised forearm. Tomorrow same two teams go at it. Jon Garland will try and get on track against Daniel Cabrera. Game time is the usual 7:05pm and the game will be on WCIU.

Ozzieball Update:
 Long ball and extra base hits backs a typical Contreras outing.

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