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Twins do their thing

April 9 vs. Minnesota Twins

"These ain't your daddy's White Sox... We're going to keep going after a championship as aggressively as we can."

KW's Hole Cards:
Pure Bluff
Danks didn't have his poker face on tonight as the Twins made him look like a tourist.

Short Take:   Just one of those games...

It's best we forget about this one.

The Sox pitching reverted back to 2007 form giving up 12 runs to the Minnesota Twins while Sox bats were cold against Scott Baker on a cold Chicago night in today's 12-5 loss.

The game started ugly and didn't end pretty. John Danks shouldn't have even walked to the mound tonight because he wasn't out there too long. In the first inning Danks loaded the bases with one out and surrendered a RBI single to new-Twin Delmon Young. Next batter Jason Krubal (remember this name) hit a sac fly to give the Twins a 2-0 lead in the first.

In the fourth inning the Twins loaded the bases again with their usual soft single through the infield crap. Again, Jason Krubal knocked in a run with a single, then Danks somehow walked Craig Monroe scoring another run for the Twins giving them a 4-0 edge.

That was all Danks showcased tonight as he made way for Nick Masset to get out of the bases loaded mess he left. Massett would surrender a RBI single to Mike Lamb and Carlos Gomez giving the Twins a 7-0 lead in the third inning.

Nick Swisher, Paul Konerko, and Joe Crede hit solo home runs in the third, fourth, and fifth innings to keep the Sox within reach. But Massett gave up the big blow in the sixth - a grand slam guessed it...Jason Krubal putting the game out of reach for our Sox.

This is one of those games that will happen. Hopefully we won't be seeing this too much this season. Our Sox fall to 5-3 with the 12-5 loss. Jose Contreras will try and bounce back from his shaky start last week when the Sox and Twins play the rubber game in this opening home series. Game time is the usual 7:11pm start and you can watch the game on Comcast SportsNet.

Quest For the Final Table Update:
 A quick fold tonight.

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