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Buehrle Reels in the Marlins

May 21 vs. Marlins


Gordon was the only player in the starting lineup not to get a hit.

Short Take: † The Sox offense comes alive behind Alexeiís big bat while Buehrle pitches eight innings of shutout ball.

Interleague play has generally been good to the White Sox over the past few years, and hopefully 2010 is no exception. The Sox got off to a nice start against National League teams with an 8-0 victory over the two-time World Champion Florida Marlins last night. It was only the second victory of the season for the Sox on a Friday, but letís hope it is a harbinger of good things to come, as the starting pitching looked solid. More importantly, the bats came alive against an unknown opposing pitcher.

Mark Buehrle was sensational on the mound against the Fish. He went eight strong, scoreless innings, only scattering three hits along with three walks. He was aided by some sharp defense behind him, including a sensational sliding catch Alex Rios and an inning-ending double-play in the 6th when Gaby Sanchez was doubled off second base.

Alexei Ramirez was the hitting star for the Pale Hose. He put the Sox on the board with a two-run double in the 2nd inning to score the Marks (Kotsay and Teahen). A solo blast by Kotsay in the 4th gave the Sox a 3-0 lead. In the 6th, the floodgates opened as the Good Guys scored five runs, capped by a three run bomb into the leftfield bullpen by the Cuban Missile. On the night, TCM was 2-for-4 with five big RBIs.

Sergio Santos came in to pitch a scoreless 9th and looked sensational. Whether it was his slider, his high-90s heat, or the heavy fog that had settled over US Cellular Field, the Marlins had no chance at making solid contact. Credit Buehrle with the win (3-5) and Ricky Nolasco with the loss (4-3).

TBGR Diary:
†THAT's the Mark Buehrle we know and love.

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