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Castro Launches Bombs (So Do Konerko and Quentin)

July 29 vs. Seattle

Omar Vizquel
No one

Vizquel went 3-for-4 and batted in two runs. He played well tonight. No one is exiled, as everyone pretty much pulled their weight.

Short Take:   Sox sweep Seattle in four games and win their eleventh straight home game

The White Sox continued their dominating ways, beating the Seattle Mariners 9-5. Not only did the Sox beat the Mariners, they swept them in four games, also winning their 11th home game in a row. Freddy Garcia picked up his tenth win of the season.

The Mariners struck first in this game. Ichiro Suzuki doubled to lead off the game and scored on a Casey Kotchman double. Garcia looked to be in a bit of a jam in the third inning when Ichiro doubled to lead off that inning. Chone Figgins singled on a bunt which moved Ichiro to third. However, Figgins was caught stealing during Kotchman's at-bat. Garcia didn't escape the inning unscathed, however, as Kotchman hit a sac fly to left, scoring Ichiro.

Luckily, the Sox put some runs on the board in the bottom of the third. Alexei Ramirez led off the inning with a single, as did Ramon Castro. Mariners starting pitcher David Pauley then walked Gordon Beckham to load the bases with no outs. Juan Pierre doubled to left, scoring Ramirez and Castro. The hitting continued as Omar Vizquel singled, scoring Beckham. Alex Rios grounded into a double play, but Pierre scored. Paul Konerko walked and Carlos Quentin singled to extend the inning, and Pauley was pulled in favor of Chris Seddon. Mark Kotsay grounded out to end the inning. The Sox added another run in the fourth inning on Castro's fourth homer of the season, a rocket to left field.

Garcia got into a little bit of trouble again in the sixth inning. After Figgins grounded out to start the inning, Kotchman doubled to left and moved to third on a Franklin Gutierrez single. Michael Saunders singled to right, scoring Kotchman. Saunders stole second during Justin Smoak's at-bat, but Garcia retired Smoak and Josh Wilson to end the inning without futher damage.

The Sox added more runs in the sixth inning as well. Castro hit another homer, his fifth of the season, with two outs. Beckham extended the inning with a single to right, and Pierre walked before Seddon was pulled for Garrett Olson. Vizquel singled to left, scoring Beckham, giving the Sox a 7-3 lead at the time.

JJ Putz came on for the seventh inning and gave up a run for the first time since May. With one out, Jack Wilson singled to center, which was promptly followed by yet another Ichiro double, which scored Wilson. Figgins walked and Ichiro stole third. Putz threw a wild pitch, which allowed Ichiro to score, but Putz was able to retire the next two batters to end the inning. The Sox got the two runs back, as Konerko and Quentin hit back-to-back home runs to lead off the inning.

The Oakland A's come to town for a three-game set tomorrow. Dan Hudson takes the mound for the Sox, looking to bounce back after a not-so-stellar start on Sunday in Oakland. The A's send Brett Anderson to the mound, making his first start since June 3 when he went on the disabled list with elbow tendinitis. You can catch the game on Comcast SportsNet at 7:10.

TBGR Diary:
 I love this team. So much. A four-game sweep at home. Lots of runs scoring. This is why I love baseball so much.

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