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Sox Narrowly Avoid Dreaded Three-Game Win Streak

Sept. 15th vs Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (is that still it?)

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?

Today's Sox cut of meat:
Same Tired Old Leftovers

Short Take: Smile! Only a few games left!

When you get past the fourth inning, you might as well stop reading this. Nothing happened after that. Actually, not much happened before that. Final score: Angels 2, Sox 1.

First inning, things looked bad from the start as the first two Angels reached. But a double play erased the threat. In the bottom of the frame, Jim Thome walked, but that was about all. Second inning; more of the same. They had two men on with one out, but one guy struck out. This was followed by a single, but the runner on second was thrown out at the plate. (Hey! A Bright Spot!) Of course, we followed that up by going down in order for the who-knows-how-many-eth time this season. End of two, still no score.

Playing what looked like grinder ball, the Angles scored in the third, and with no outs, it looked like they might have a big inning. But the next three guys were out. We got the run back in the bottom of three. Danny Richar doubled. Of course, Andy Gonzalez struck out, but Jerry Owens singled, scoring Richar. Owens then stole second, and Scottie Pods's flyout moved him to third. But Jim Thome struck out, and that was that. End of three: all knotted up at one.

Top of four, Angels played more grinder ball—helped out by an error from Andy Gonzalez. Scored their second run. Bottom of four, Sox went down in order. Again. Angels 2, Sox 1.

And here’s where you can stop reading. But if you do, you’ll miss hearing about that exciting ninth inning comeback. (Just kidding!) However, first the bottom of the fifth. Jerry Owens stole second again and Andy Gonzalez struck out again. Then they went down 1-2-3, we went down 1-2-3, they went down 1-2-3, we went down 1-2-3, they went down 1-2-3, and in case you lost track, we are now at the bottom of the eighth. Jerry Owens (and I’m guessing he’s the Pick to Click) reached on a bunt single, but was thrown out. Here comes the ninth. First two Angels walked and were advanced to second and third on a sacrifice by Chone Figgins, but that threat got no further. Bottom of the frame at last. Thome struck out and Paulie popped out, but Jermaine Dye got a hit. Luis Terrero ran for him and stole second, but AJ struck out swinging, and that was the old ballgame.

Reason to watch tomorrow’s game? Well, there’s always Jim Thome trying to hit Number 500. And Mark Buehrle is pitching. Other than that…?

Back to the Grind Update:
Saw some, but it was the wrong team doing it.

submitted by MarySwiss

Sox Clubhouse "Pick to Click" Winner

Not posted yet, but probably Jerry Owens. I doubt it was Andy Gonzalez.

Three-for-four with two stolen bases. If it's someone else, I'll edit this.

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