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A Dud

July 4 vs. Baltimore

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?

Today's Sox cut of meat:
Dog Food
Well, they arn't good enough for them either.

Short Take: Another loss...

Just the same old crap from our Sox on this fourth of July hoilday. The team was dead, the 33,000+ in attendance were dull in their waiting for the post-game fireworks, and Jose Contreras & company looked disinterested in tonight's 9-6 loss.

Believe me, the game wasn't as close as the score would make it seem. The Sox did start off well. They took a 2-0 lead in the second inning the "small ball" way. Josh Fields and Luis Terrero led off the inning with back to back walks. They advanced while attemping a double steal while Juan Uribe was at bat, good thing too becuase Uribe hit a ground ball to short where the only play was to first. Next batter Toby Hall hit a sac fly to center making it 1-0 Sox. Andy Gonzalez made it 2-0 on a single to left field.

That was pretty much all the fun the Sox could muster up tonight. Contreras gave it right back in the third inning and then some. The O's tagged Jose for four runs The Orioles added to the damage in the fifth. Jay Gibbons hit a two run homer to make it 6-2.

David AArdsma went out with a blaze of glory tonight as he put the capper on the game when he entered the game in the sixth. Aardsma gave up a two run double to Kevin Millar making it 8-2 and then was handed his walking papers and sent down to AAA after the game.

Josh Fields made the most of his night though, he hit his fourth home run on the season to lead off the sixth, but, by then, nobody cared. The Orioles added another in the seventh to put the game just out of reach so the three run home run by Rob Mackowiak in the ninth wouldn't mean anything unless you couldn't wait ten minutes for the firework show to begin.

Who cares? The Sox fall back to nine games under .500 with a 36-45 record. Tomorrow John Danks toes the rubber in the final game in this four game series. Game time is back to the usual slurpee start time.

Back to the Grind Update:
Grinded out two runs in the second. Grinded out a loss the rest of the way.

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