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Peavy Rules

September 25 vs. Tigers

KW's Daily Special:
Nicotine-Laced Frosted Flakes and Sunflower Seeds
Jim Leyland says they're GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRREAT!

Short Take:  Jake Peavy pitches seven innings of dominating baseball as the Sox play spoiler and beat the first-place Tigers, 2-0.

On a cold, rainy September night in Chicago, Jake Peavy made only his second start of the season in the American League. However, he looked like he was is mid-season form. Peavy was dominant, limiting Detroit to six hits and two walks over seven innings pitched. At times, Peavy looked un-hittable as he fanned eight Tiger hitters.

However, the White Sox got off to an auspicious start against Detroit starter Eddie Bonine (he of a 5.96 ERA this year with no record). Bonine kept the Sox on the ropes with a no-hitter until the bottom of the 6th inning. Although Alexei Ramirez should have reached base on an error an inning earlier, it wasn’t until Alex Rios reached on a Brandon Inge error, with one out in the 6th inning, that the Sox had a chance to take advantage. After Rios moved to 2nd on a fielder’s choice, Sox rookie phenom Gordon Beckham unloaded a two-run homer over the leftfield fence to break up the improbable no-hitter and give the Sox a 2-0 lead.

The Sox bullpen held Detroit at bay for the 8th and 9th innings. Randy Williams and Octavio Dotel handled the 8th, while Matt Thornton came in for the 9th inning and mowed down the Tigers with heat to record his second save of the season while preserving Peavy's first AL victory (with hopefully many more to come for both guys in a White Sox uniform).

The Sox try to make it two in a row tomorrow (something they haven’t done since September 4th and 5th against Boston!) Freddy Garcia takes the bump for the Pale Hose, at 6:05pm at the Cell, against the Tigers. It brings back great memories of the clincher on September 29, 2005. Keep it going, Good Guys.

Critic's Corner:
 Now that they're eliminated, it's time for the Sox to play spoiler!

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September 29... The Last (And Lost) Weekend

September 24... Covey Captivates, but Kluber Cruises

September 22... At Least They Won't Clinch Here

September 18...Klubered, but Not Clobbered

September 16... Baltimore Blanked

September 10... Thrown Away

September 8... Anaheim Annihilation

September 3... Power Special

September 1... 18 Strikeouts Later, the White Sox Lose

August 30...Leaky Bullpen Bombed by Boston

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