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August 14 vs. Kansas City Royals

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

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Short Take:   Sox sixth sweeps Royals into oblivion.

Lance Broadway gets the start for only the second time in his young career and only his second appearance of the season. Broadway falls into a hole early; four batters faced, three hits, two runs. Runners on first and second with one out wasn't looking good but Broadway is able to catch Guillen stealing third and gets Gordon to ground after a million pitches to escape the jam. It wasn't until the bottom of the second that the Sox got on the board, a Cabrera single which scores Uribe. A Griffey single loads them up for Dye who doubles in a pair to give the Sox a 3-2 lead.

Broadway pitches a strong game, going 5.1 innings with 5 hits, 2 runs, 2 walks and 1 strikeout. Not too shabby. If he keeps this up, he will fill in nicely for the injured Contreras. Davies goes 5 innings for the Royals but only gave up 3 hits and had 7 strikeouts to complement his 2 walks. But he gave up the numbers that really mattered: runs! Davies gave up three and that was enough to give the Sox the lead. Would the Sox add any insurance?

In the sixth, Cabrera grounds out to start the frame before Griffey and Quentin draw walks. So it was two on for Dye who pops out to shallow right. Enter Thome with two outs and two on. Thome places career home run number 532 into the right field seat to give the Sox a 6-2 lead. Konerko followed with a solo shot of his own... and the Ramirez did the did Uribe. That's right, FOUR straight home runs in a row, only the sixth time such an event has occured in the HISTORY of major league baseball. They did it all with two outs to boot. Hall struck out to end the inning but not before the Sox tacked on six runs and took their spot in the history books. The Royals never recovered as Sox pitching faced the minimum through the final three innings. Final score, 9-2, Sox and they pick up a half game on the idle Twins to take a full game lead in the AL Central.

WSI's Quest For the Final Table Update:  First place by a full game. Take that, you ice-fishing jamokes!

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