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Buehrle Being Buehrle Results In a White Sox Winner

July 28 vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?

Today's Sox cut of meat:
Perfectly Grilled Chicken
Wonderful starting pitching and a two-run shot secure tonight's victory!

Short Take: Proud papa, Mark Buehrle dominates on the mound in what is arguably one of quickest and most well-pitched games of the season on both ends.

With the White Sox playing better baseball this past week, and after taking the first game of this three-game series against the Jays, they turned to the newest father on the team for one of his typical starts. Mark Buehrle was his dominating self and shut out the Jays in his eight innings of work. Ironically, Buehrle and Halladay faced one another at the end of May, and Buehrle found himself on the downside of a 2-0 decision. Tonight, the sky was barely dark enough for the postgame fireworks display, after Buehrle made quick work of the Blue Jays and won the game, 2-0.

Mark Buehrle and Roy Halladay were dominating from the words "play ball" tonight. Each pitcher scattered hits and showed signs of bending, but neither one broke until late in the game.

In the bottom of the 7th, rookie Danny Richar, making his Major League debut tonight, hit his second of two singles after Uribe fouled out to third. Jerry Owens followed Richar's basehit by driving the first pitch he saw from Halladay in that at-bat to deep right. The ball just cleared the fence and landed in the Bullpen Sports Bar, giving the Sox a 2-0 lead. With Buehrle & Halladay both dominating, fans just had the feeling that those two runs would be more than enough to win tonight's ballgame. Buehrle came out to work the eighth and other than allowing a single, retired the side effortlessly.

Ozzie Guillen called on Bobby Jenks in the 9th inning to nail it down for Buehrle. The "wide, tall guy" got Vernon Wells to ground out to third, he got Frank Thomas swinging, and Aaron Hill on a groundout to Josh Fields to earn his 30th save of the season.

The Sox have won their second series in a row and will be in search of the sweep tomorrow afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field. The southsiders will send Javier Vazquez (8-5), who looks to continue his winning ways, to the mound against Toronto's Shaun Marcum (6-4). The first pitch is scheduled for 1:05p CDT and the game will be televised on CSN.

Back to the Grind Update:
Who needs Grinder Ball when you've got Buehrle on the mound and a rookie at the plate in the 7th?!

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