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ChiSox continue to dominate Bosox (ALCS, here we come!)

July 29 vs. Boston

Levels Finished:
Sox Are On a Roll!

Short Take:   Gavin & AJ lead the Pale Hose over the Carmines, once again, while Wakefield couldn’t get his 200th win. Too bad. Wahhhh!

The Cell wasn’t sold out on Friday night, but $600 dynamic priced tickets will do that for you with 15% true unemployment. So, quit whining about it, Chicago Sports Talk Radio! In the meantime, the Sox keep up the pace with the AL Central leading Tigers by remaining 3.0 games out. Look out for the Cleveland Indians, though, falling quicker than Al Ozuna in quick sand. The Indians are now only 0.5 game ahead of the Sox for 2nd place in the AL Central.

Gavin Floyd was magnificent once again on the mound, pitching seven innings of three hit ball against the AL’s powerhouse Boston offense. The Red Sox put up a run in the top of the 3rd on catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia’s (grande, skim, no whip, please) solo homer in the right field seats. Floyd wasn’t phased. He went right back to work and kept the Bosox at bay (no Tampa or Jason pun intended here). Boston threatened in the 6th, but Floyd struck out Youkilis with the bases loaded to end that threat.

The Good Guys battled back valiantly by manufacturing a run in the 6th the old fashioned way. Juan Pierre singled and then advanced to second on Vizquel’s sac bunt. Pierre moved into third on a wild pitch before scoring on a sac fly by Paulie. In the 7th, AJ Pierzynski blasted a 2-run bomb off knuckleball Tim Wakefield to score Carlos Quentin, giving the real Sox a two-run cushion and some breathing room. Matt Thornton and Sergio Santos closed the door and secured the 3-1 win.

So, the Sox keep rolling against Boston (seven in a row and amazingly 14 of their last 16). As Kenny decides if he should sell or not, perhaps he’ll consider the White Sox may have the luxury of facing Boston in the first round. So do we face Texas or the Yankees in the ALCS?

Ozzio's Game Rant:
 Hahaha! Wakefield, this kid sucks.

submitted by Brian26

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