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Sox get it done

May 28 at Cleveland Indians

"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:
Two Aces
Gavin Floyd is pitching like the pitcher Kenny claimed 29 other teams would want. The Carlos Quentin continues his hot bat.

Short Take: Sox keep coming back to down Indians 6-5 to take this three game series!

It took Gavin Floyd 23 pitches to record the first out of the first inning. When the inning was over, the Indians came away with a 2-0 lead off a series of base hits and a costly error by Floyd. But the Sox showed that fighting spirit again this afternoon coming up with a hard fought win.

Jermaine Dye got the Sox on the board with his ninth home run of the season in the forth inning, a solo shot that cut the Indians lead in half. In the fifth inning the Sox took a 3-2 lead when A.J. Pierzynski grounded into a force out with the bases loaded and a Carlos Quentin sac fly.

But the Indians came back and pounded Floyd in their half of the sixth inning. Victor Martinez and David Dellucci hit back to back doubles leading off the inning tying the game at three. Next batter, Jhonny Peralta hit a two run home run to give the Indians a 5-3 lead. Floyd would retire the next three batters setting up the Sox comeback.

A.J. Pierzynski doubled with runners on second and third to put the Sox within a run. The Carlos Quentin again came through with the go ahead double down the left field line. Orlando "I'm too cool for errors" Cabrera and A.J. scored to give the Sox a 6-5 lead.

The ball was handed over to Octavio Dotel in the seventh and Scott Linebrink in the eighth who did stellar jobs to get the ball to Bobby Jenks in the ninth. After a error by Joe Crede that allowed the lead off hitter Ryan Garko to reach base and a walk to Grady Sizemore, Sox fans were holding their breaths while Jenks was able to retire the next three batters to prevent a Indians rally and to give our Sox a 6-5 win!

It wasn't the prettiest game of the year, but the Sox got it done. The win puts their record at 29-23 heading into a big time four game series in Tampa Bay to take on the AL East leading Rays. The first place showdown begins tomorrow at 6:10pm on Comcast SportsNet Plus as John Danks and Edwin Jackson square off.

Quest For the Final Table Update:
Big win sets up the big four game series starting tomorrow!

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