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Alexei Blasts A's

April 12 vs. A's

Levels Finished:
The Sox dodged some barrels early, but Edwin Jackson got nailed by some fireballs.

Short Take:   Sox need extras yet again but top A's in ten

The White Sox faced the A's on Tuesday night, hoping for a better result than they had on Monday. They needed extras again, but this time the Sox pulled it off, topping the A's 6-5 in ten innings.

White Sox starter Edwin Jackson had a rough outing. Lasting only 4.2 innings, Jackson gave up seven hits and three runs, all earned. He only struck out four, and he walked two.

Will Ohman came on and got the last out without allowing a hit. Tony Pena came on in the sixth and blew the 4-3 lead the Sox had at the time, giving up four hits, including a two-run home run by Kevin Kouzmanoff.

Those would be the last runs the A's score, as Sergio Santos and Chris Sale shut down the A's for the last four innings. Santos didn't allow a hit in two innings and struck out four. Sale allowed a hit, walked one, and struck out two in two innings.

The White Sox offense struck early. In the second inning, A's starter Trevor Cahill allowed back-to-back singles to Alex Rios and AJ Pierzynski to lead off the inning. Cahill then gave up a three-run home run to Alexei Ramirez. Mark Teahen walked and was out at second when Juan Pierre grounded into a force out. Omar Vizquel singled to right, moving Pierre to third. Adam Dunn, making his US Cellular debut, walked. With the bases loaded and one out, Paul Konerko came up and grounded into a force out, which allowed Teahen to score. Sox lead 4-1.

After giving up four runs total between the second and the sixth inning, the Sox tied it up in the sixth. Ramirez walked to lead off the inning. Teahen grounded to first, moving Ramirez to second. Pierre singled to center, allowing Ramirez to score the tying run.

The game stayed at a 5-5 tie until Ramirez hit a walk-off home run to left in the bottom of the 10th, giving the Sox a 6-5 win over the A's.

Tomorrow's series finale is an afternoon game. The Sox and A's are both sending lefties to the mound. John Danks will face Brett Anderson at 1:10pm on Comcast SportsNet.

Ozzio's Game Rant:
 &@%! CB Bucknor and his #&!$*%^ strike zone.

submitted by AJRoxMyWhiteSox.

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