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Royal Pain

June 29 at Kansas City Royals

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?

Today's Sox cut of meat:
Severely Overcooked Beef Patty
There's no reason to get blown out by Kansas City.

Short Take:Our winning streak is haulted, as both our offense and pitching can't get it clicking.

They say all good things must come to an end. Certainly they were right about that in this case. After winning all four games in Tampa, our Palehose weren't able to get things clicking both on offense and pitching wise, leading to a lopsided 8-1 loss to the Kansas City Royals.

The lone Sox' run came in the top of the second. With the bases loaded and one out, Juan Uribe was able to get in Tadahito Iguchi from third on a ground out to Brian Bannister, giving the Good Guys a brief 1-0 lead.

The Royals did not score in the bottom of that frame; but, they would score in four of the next six innings. Jose Contreras was held accountable for the one-run third (Esteban German singling in Tony Pena Jr.), two-run fourth (Billy Butler getting in Shane Costa and John Buck sacrificing in Alex Gordon), and three-run seventh (German once again getting an RBI as Jody Gathright scored, while Costa singled in both German and David DeJesus), giving the Royals a 6-1 lead. David Aardsma came in to pitch the eighth, which allowed the Royals to bulk up on their lead a little more, as four guys who had previously been involved in the Kansas City offense got involved once again--Pena singled in Butler, while DeJesus singled in Pena Jr. Scoring: Over.

And, so, with one day left in the month of June, our Palehose find themselves 12.5 games behind first place Cleveland. There's still a lot of time to get back in this divisional race; but, they have to win games to do so. They have another opportunity to do just that tomorrow night, as Johnny Danks tows the rubber against Odalis Perez. Gametime is at 6:05 and can be viewed on Comcast Sports Net Chicago.

Back to the Grind Update:
It's kind of hard to activate Grinderball when you only score one run.

submitted by chisoxfanatic.

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