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Sox Hang Washburn Out To Dry

May 10 at Seattle Mariners

"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:
An Anderson and a Quentin
An Ace and a Queen make for high hitting, particularly in the second.

Short Take:   Home runs by Anderson and Quentin in the second help the Sox take the series in Seattle and move into a tie for first in the A.L. Central.

Last night's solid game by the White Sox seemed to rub off on them again tonight, as they plated runs early and often, had solid starting pitching, and excellent performances out of the bullpen. All of this made for a White Sox winner, 8-4.

The Sox got to Jarrod Washburn early, as they plated six. It all started with a single by Paul Konerko, and after Nick Swisher lined out to center, Joe Crede doubled to left, moving Konerko to third. Brian Anderson, who has hit four of his eleven career home runs in Seattle, hit a three-run bomb to center, giving the Sox a 3-0 lead, but they were far from finished. Juan Uribe followed with a walk and moved to second on Toby Hall's ground out. Orlando Cabrera doubled, scoring Uribe, giving the Sox a 4-0 lead. Carlos Quentin followed Cabrera and like Anderson, homered to center and gave the Sox a commanding 6-0 lead.

Vazquez surrendered a solo home run to Adrian Beltre with one out in the fourth, but the Sox got that run back just half an inning later. With one out, Jermaine Dye walked, and after Konerko popped out to second, Nick Swisher tripled Dye in for the Sox's seventh run of the ballgame.

Things got a little shaky for Vazquez in the bottom of the sixth, as the Mariners plated three runs. Miguel Cairo led off the inning with a single and Ichiro Suzuki doubled him over to third. Beltre singled to center, scoring both Cairo and Suzuki, for Seattle's second and third runs. Raul Ibanez continued the hit parade with a single to right, advancing Beltre to third. Jose Lopez's sacrifice fly plated Beltre, making it a 7-4 game.

The Sox added an insurance run in the top of the ninth inning. With Sean Green on the mound for the Mariners, Toby Hall hit a lead-off double to deep left and went to third on Orlando Cabrera's sacrifice to the catcher. Carlos Quentin continued his hot hitting with a single to left, plating Hall for the eighth and final run of the game.

The Sox go for the three game sweep tomorrow at Safeco Field, as Gavin Floyd (3-1) looks to continue his dominant pitching, and will face Seattle's Miguel Batista (2-4). The first pitch is set for 3:05 CDT in Seattle and the game will be broadcast on CSN.

Quest For the Final Table Update:
 A high hand leads to a win at tonight's poker table.

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