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One For The Road

July 23 vs. Texas Rangers

"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:
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Carlos Quentin keeps proving to be the team's MVP of 2008, and keeps making KW look like a trade guru.

Short Take:   Carlos Quentin belts two home runs to help edge the Rangers 10-8!

Clayton Richard made his major league debut for the Sox this afternoon and while he wasn't a disaster on the mound, Richard gave the Sox a early hold to dig out of. Thanks to Quentin and the rest of the Sox offense who now have scored 20 runs in two games, the Sox came out on top with a 10-8 victory after Carlos Quentin hit a dramatic game changing three run home run in the 8th inning.

In his four innings, Richard gave up seven hits, four earned runs while striking out seven and only walking one. He left the game with the score in favor of the Rangers 5-3. Jim Thome helped the cause in the first inning with a three run home run.

The home run barrage continued in the fifth inning. After the Rangers increased their lead to 6-3, The Carlos Quentin hit a solo home run to bring the Sox within two.

In the seventh inning Boone Logan got touched up again. Two more runs were scored off the bat of Jarrod Saltalamacchia with his two run single to put Texas up 8-4.

That all just set up the big comeback by our first place White Sox. The Sox scored a total of six runs in their final two at bats. Jermaine Dye hit a RBI double in the seventh getting the Sox within three. In the eighth, after a Alexei Ramirez RBI single and Orlando Cabrera sac fly, The Great, The Wonderful, The Amazing The Carlos Quentin came up to bat with two runners on base. On the first pitch, Quentin launched a C.J. Wilson offering into the left field bleachers sending the 35,000+ into a frenzy on a nice summer afternoon. Bobby Jenks shut the door in the ninth and the Sox walked away stunning the Texas Rangers and their ass closer C.J. Wilson with the 10-8 win.

Making things even better, the Yankees are back to their usual winning ways and swept the Twins! The Sox now hold a 2 1/2 game lead in the AL Central as they embark on a road trip to Detroit, Minnesota, and Kansas City. The Sox open the trip on Friday against Nate Robertson and the rest of the streaking Tigers. Game time is 6:05pm and can be seen on WGN.

Quest For the Final Table Update:
 Quentin comes through for the huge victory. Dotel and Jenks keep the Rangers off the board the final two innings.

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