Message Boards  

 WSI Photo Gallery  

Post of the Week  




  2013 White Sox  

 Season Schedule  


2005 Championship


WSI Extras  

 WSI Interviews

  Audio Memories

  2002 Disaster!

2001 Season Fun!

2000 Champions!

Fun & Games

History & Glory

Sox Greats
Sox Quotables
Sox Fight Songs
Old Comiskey Park


WSI News - Totally Biased Game Recaps

Indians Can Shut Down AAA Competition

October 1 vs. Cleveland

Dayan Viciedo
Tony Peņa

Peņa tried his best filling in for Floyd, but he did not keep the Sox in it giving up 6 earned over 6 innings. Viciedo, however, had an RBI and a run to account for 2 of the Sox 3 runs.

Short Take:   Tony Peņa didn't really have it as the mighty Indians were able to shut down the Sox vaunted AAA lineup.

The Sox started the final series of the 2010 regular season Friday night at home against the Cleveland Indians. Tony Peņa started for the Sox, filling in for Gavin Floyd, who's been shut down with shoulder soreness. Peņa allowed 9 hits and 6 earned runs over 6 innings to fall to 5-3. He was opposed Fausto Carmona who came in 2-1 with a 1.99 ERA over his last 6 starts. Carmona tossed 6 innings of 2 run ball to run his record to 13-14 as the Indians won 7-3.

Carmona said after the game, "I feel very confident on the mound." Besides pitching well over his last 7 starts, I think you or I would feel confident facing a Sox lineup that consisted of roughly 4 AAA players, 3 bench caliber players, and a 43 year old shortstop. The only regular starter in the lineup (not counting the Kotsay crap at DH) was Juan Pierre.

The scoring got started early for the Indians in the first when Asdrubal Cabrera doubled scoring Michael Brantley. Shin-Soo Choo-Choo then planted a long 2-run home run to make it 3-0.

The Sox were able to get a run in the bottom half when Dayan Viciedo singled in Mark Teahen, who had earlier doubled.

After Brent Morel hit a solo homer in the bottom of the second to make it 3-2, the Indians put a 3 spot on the board in the top of the third. After a dreaded leadoff walk to Michael Brantley, a hit, intentional walk to Hafner, was followed by a wild pitch to plate Brantley. A sacrifice fly by Jayson Nix was followed by a single by Trevor Crowe to score another 2 to make it 6-2.

Cleveland then added another run in top of the seventh after Travis Hafner scored on a Trevor Crowe single to make it 7-2.

The Sox were at least able to add another run in the bottom of the ninth when Dayan Viciedo and Tyler Flowers both walked. Alejandro De Aza then singled in Viciedo with 2 outs to make it 7-3. Lillibridge then struck out to end the game.

Anyone wanting to potentially see the Sox again play like crap against the AL Central can see the Sox again play the Tribe Saturday night at The Cell. Mark Buehrle (12-13, 4.32 ERA) will be opposed by Carlos Carrasco (2-1, 3.26 ERA). Game time is at 6:05 p.m. and can be seen on Comcast SportsNet

TBGR Diary:
 Tonight felt like 2007 looking at the lineup, but that's alright. Different time and reasons as it's the end of the year, so let's see what the kids can do.

submitted by tstrike2000.

Sox Clubhouse "Pick to Click" Winner

Dayan Viciedo

Had 2 hits, a walk, an rbi, and a run to account for 2 of the Sox 3 runs.

Play WSI's Pick to Click Contest!


2005 Championship Sox Fans

Click Here!
WSI's Glorious Championship coverage with Totally Biased attitude!

Want More
Totally Biased Game Recaps?

2003 Sox Schedule
Click sock!


1 to 1 of 1

Search For:
Search in:
And in:
Any Words All Words

News Categories

Totally biased Sox news from White Sox Interactive!

EXCLUSIVE Sox features from WSI.

Full Sox coverage featuring the unique WSI slant!

The Totally Biased Game Recap, another WSI EXCLUSIVE!

YOUR chance to be featured at White Sox Interactive!

The funniest and most-noteworthy posts from the Sox Clubhouse message board.

The internet's largest FREE Sox news database, sorted by month.

The internet's largest FREE Sox news database, sorted by day.

Totally Biased Game Recaps

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

WSI News System Page Views: 30,796,612