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Has Anyone Seen the World Series Champs Lately?

Sept. 22 vs. Seattle Mariners


How was the trophy defended today?
It wasn't

Short Take: Sox once again fail to take advantage of a Twins loss as their playoff hopes grow ever dimmer.

Sox fans were treated to another night of pain as the Seattle Mariners, led by Richie Sexsonís two home runs, took advantage of Sox miscues, an injury to starter Jose Contreras, and five pitching changes to beat the Good Guys 11-6.

In case you somehow managed to miss this game, hereís what happened (if you really want to know). The Sox drew first blood, scoring in the bottom of the first, thanks to a Richie Sexson error and a single by Jim Thome that scored Tadahito Iguchi. However, Sox fans didnít get to enjoy the lead for long. In the top of the second, with Raul Ibanez on second, Sexson atoned for his error by hitting a two-run blast. Itís not necessary to go into further painful detail, but heading into the bottom of the second, the Mariners led 6-1. Sox got one back in the bottom of the frame, thanks to a lead-off double by A.J. Pierzynski and a sac fly by Juan Uribe, but after two, the score stood at 6-2 Mariners.

Sexsonís second homer in the top of the third made the score 7-2 Seattle, and thatís where it stayed until the bottom of the fourth, when a two-run blast by Juan Uribe got the Sox a little closer. They pulled to within one in the bottom of the fifth, but Seattle scored one in the sixth, two in the eighth, and one in the ninth. Final score, Mariners 11, Sox 6.

So, despite the Twins best efforts to let us back into this thing, we enter play on Saturday 5.5 back in the Wild Card race and 7 behind Detroit for the division. Is there any good news? Well, the Sox bats seemed to have awakened somewhat. And weíre not eliminated until we are, so LETíS GO, SOX!! Tomorrowís game is on CSN at 6:05 Central.

WSI's
Ozzieball Update: In the fifth, they scored two runs with a double, a single, a walk, and another double. Just like the good old days.


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