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Can't Have Too Much Fun...

July 25 vs. Detroit Tigers

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?

Today's Sox cut of meat:
Goat's meat
Jose can have some of this...

Short Take:   Apparently, a three game winning streak would be too much to ask for.

Recent MSU and University of Michigan graduates that live on the north side of Chicago (beacuase Lincoln Park is the only thing they hear of obtaining to Chicago) flocked to U.S. Cellular Field tonight to catch a glimpse of Detroit's new baseball team. You know, the one that came into the league last season and won the American League pennant.

In a game where the Tigers sat Sheffeld, I-Roid, and Polanco, the Sox gave up four, yes, four leads tonight. El Conte, again couldn't find the strike zone and the Tigers hitters went to batting practice tonight and pounded our Sox 13-9.

Jermaine Dye gave the Sox a 3-0 lead in the first when he launched a three run bomb off Kenny Rodgers. But, right away the Tigers attacked back. They cut the lead to 3-1 in the second inning, and in the third, Ryan Raburn cut the Sox lead to one on his solo shot to center.

From there, it was a hitting war. In the Sox half of the third, Josh Fields kept making his case to take Joe Crede's job by blasting a two run home run making it 5-2 Sox. Yet, somehow, someway, Jose Contreras couldn't handle it. The Tigers tallied eight runs in the fourth and fifth innings. The Michigan kids were loving it. Raburn hit another home run in the fourth, and in the fifth hit a double. Raburn would be the Sox killer tonight connecting for seven RBIs tonight off the lowly Sox pitching.

There was a glimmer of hope though, only down 10-9 after six innings, the bullpen did its job, until the ninth inning. Charlie Haegar came in the ninth inning and helped the Tigers blow the game wide open. The Tigers scored three runs on four hits in the frame while the Sox went down in the ninth inning like they had a day game tomorrow to go to bed for. Oh wait...

So while the Sox have struggles to string two wins together in consecutive days, they win two in one yesterday, then let one slip away today. That's our Sox.

Tomorrow this five game series concludes. John Danks and Justen Verlander go at it at 1:05pm.

Back to the Grind Update:
 Sox fans grinded their teeth tonight watching Contreras pitch.

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