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Dominance Over Detroit

September 28 vs. Detroit Tigers

Back to the Grind,
or Just Grinded?

Today's Sox cut of meat:
Veal Marsala
This was my kind of game!!!

Short Take:Javier Vazquez pitches a gem, helped out by a couple of long-balls, as our Sox continue to dominate Detroit.

Javier Vazquez has been unarguably our best starter since last year's All Star Break, and he didn't show any signs of letting up Friday night, besting Kenny Rogers and his Detroit Tigers once again 5-2.

Detroit did score early, as the first couple of guys got on in the top of the first, appearing to be a "big inning" in store; however, Vazquez minimized the damage, only allowing a single run, helped out by Placido Polanco being thrown out at home to stop any further scoring from occuring. Our Sox would get that run back in the bottom of the second, as Darin Erstad scored; but, no more scoring was able to happen, as Toby "I would lose to Paul Konerko in a foot race" Hall was caught trying to stretch a single into a double. It wasn't even close!

Our beloved distanced themselves from Detroit with a couple of long-balls. Konerko hit one of the three-run brand the next inning, scoring Scott Podsednik and Jim Thome. His home run landed in the near vicinity of his 2005 World Series grand slam. After Sox fans sung "Let's root, root, root for the WHITE SOX! If they don't win it's a shame! For it's one, two, three strikes, you're out! At the old ballgame!" Thome left the yard with a solo blast.

Tiger fans who were in attendance slowly made their way to the exits. Detroit added a token run in the 8th; but, that didn't matter, as Bobby Jenks nailed down his 40th save of the season, continuing our dominance of Detroit (we're 10-6 against them this year). I bet Detroit wishes they didn't have to play us so much every year. Our Sox singlehandedly kept them from the playoffs. Hopefully the dominance continues Saturday night, as Gavin Floyd is set to take on Justin Verlander. Gametime is at 6:05 and can be seen on Comcast Sports Net Chicago.

Back to the Grind Update:
Toby Hall tried to stretch a single to a double in the second frame and was out by a mile.

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