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Two Out of Three Ain't Bad

Sept. 7th vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

"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:
It just wasn't in the cards today.


Short Take: On a Sunday absolutely crammed with sports action, the Sox came up a bit short.

Sure, a sweep would have been nice. And a 3.5 game lead over those scumbag Twins would have been even nicer. But that's one more game off the slate, AND we maintain our lead in the AL Central. I’d say the glass is half-full. Final score: Angels 3, Sox 2.

Johnny Danks kicked things off--pardon the football reference!--by setting the side down in order in the first. Unfortunately, Joe Saunders turned around and did the same thing to the Sox. Meanwhile, although the Sox--make that “we”--continue to let teams steal on us, the game stayed scoreless until the bottom of the fourth when Paul Konerko went deep. The Angels went down in order in the top of five, and when Toby Hall connected, things looked pretty good. End of five, 2-0 Good Guys.

But in the top of the sixth, things started to go bad for our Sox. With one out and two on, Torii Hunter--don’t you hate hearing that name?--doubled, scoring a run. Carrasco came on in relief of Danks and got Rivera to ground out, but that scored the tying run. The seventh passed uneventfully, but in the top of the eighth, Horacio Ramirez came on to relieve Carrasco and put the first two batters aboard. Ehren Wassermann came in and after inducing Guerrero to ground out and intentionally walking Hunter, gave up a sac fly, which scored Gary Matthews Jr. with the go-ahead--and eventual winning--run. Francisco Rodriguez came on to close things out, which he did. Too bad he couldn’t resist yet another opportunity to make a complete fool of himself instead of acting like a professional, but hey! That’s one of the things he’s best at.

So, game over. Tomorrow, Sox host the Toronto Blue Jays, who have been on a tear lately. Let’s hope we can convince them to calm down!

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