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No Offense, but Sox Bats Stink Today!

April 14 vs. Cleveland Indians

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?

Today's Sox cut of meat:
Watching that offense this afternoon could lead one to have problems holding down any kind of food.

Short Take:No wrath should be placed upon John Danks for this one, as the Sox' offense gives him absolutely no help during a 4-0 loss to the Cleveland Indians early this afternoon.

In the couple years before winning the World Series in 2005, our Sox had troubles with production from the fifth starter spot. Sox fans questioned the strength of that spot during the past offseason, as well as during spring training; however, neither of John Danks' two losses can be things for our fifth starter to hang his head over. His first start was against a perennial Cy Young contender [Johan Santana], and this afternoon's start was on a chilly afternoon in Cleveland where he had absolutely no run support whatsoever. Danks truly has looked decent in the young stages of this season. Unfortunately, Sox bats couldn't have the same said about themselves this afternoon, as our beloved Palehose were shut-out by Paul Byrd and the Cleveland Indians 4-0.

Cleveland did all of their scoring in two innings. During the 2nd frame, Ryan Garko and Josh Barfield both hit solo-shots, giving the Indians a 2-0 lead. Doubling their lead in the seventh, Cleveland got both of their runs after two outs were already recorded. Jason Michaels tripled to deep center field, which allowed Kelly Shoppach an easy path home. Michaels would follow him home on a double by Pronk Hafner.

It's a darn shame that the Palehose weren't able to do a single thing offensively this afternoon. The beautiful thing about baseball, however, is that there's always a tomorrow to right things. They get a chance once again to get in the "win" column, as Jose Contreras takes the mound in a re-match from Opening Day with CC Sabathia. Our Sox look to win their second straight series before another day off. Gametime is 12:05 Chicago time, and can be seen on Comcast Sports Net Chicago.

Back to the Grind Update:
The lack of offense made me grind all of my teeth away. Donations are currently being accepted for dental costs.

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