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Another Day, Another Gutless Performance

Today's date at Opponent's name

Levels Finished:
Zero runs for the second day in a row equates zero levels completed. End of pathetic story.

Short Take:  

More than halfway through their 11-game road trip, the Sox found themselves with one measly win. Looking to avoid the sweep in Detroit, the Sox sent their best pitcher to the mound to try and achieve such an accomplishment. Alas, the offense continued in its comatose state and provided John Danks with no run support. And since he didn't throw a perfect game, he found himself on the wrong end of a 3-0 score at Comerica Park Sunday afternoon.

There were two keys to this game -- a lack of offense throughout the afternoon by the White Sox and the home half of the sixth inning. Like Brad Penny on Saturday afternoon, Max Scherzer (4-0) had a no-hit bid against the Sox, only his didn't last as long as Penny's; Scherzer's was broken up in the fifth by A.J. Pierzynski. That mild threat was over when Mark Teahen promptly grounded into a double play.

Danks (0-3) found himself in trouble in the fourth when he got himself into a bases loaded nobody out jam. Miraculously, he escaped by only surrendering one run on a broken-bat grounder to second by Alex Avila. Danks wasn't as lucky in the sixth. After being on the ropes in both the fourth and fifth innings, the Tigers plated two more. Two RBI doubles -- on back-to-back pitches -- by Brandon Inge and Austin Jackson made the score 3-0 in favor of the Tigers and sealed the loss for the Sox. Despite there being three innings left in this one, the Sox went quietly the rest of the game.

After Sunday's sweep at the hands of the Tigers, the Sox now find themselves a disgusting 1-6 on this three-city road trip. Things don't get any easier, as the South Siders head to New York to face the Yankees for four. Philip Humber (1-2, 4.42 ERA) will take the mound for the Sox on Monday evening and he'll be opposed by the Yankees' Ivan Nova (1-2, 7.63 ERA). The first pitch will be thrown at 6:05p CDT and, if you decide to subject yourself to more anemic offense, you can watch the game on WCIU.

Ozzio's Game Rant:
"This @#&^$*% offense isn't worth a tinker's damn. 'All In?' Nah... 'All Quit!'"

submitted by ChiSoxGirl.

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