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Men Against Boys

August 3 vs. N.Y. Yankees


Levels Finished:
0
This was the very definition of "over early."

Short Take: The Yankees show the White Sox what a real contending team looks like.

Good morning, Kenny Williams.

You gave the White Sox players a vote of confidence by not blowing this team up at the trade deadline on Sunday. How's that working out for you so far?

Well, the Sox haven't won a game since. They suffered their most embarrassing loss of the season Wednesday night, an 18-7 shellacking on national television at the hands of the New York Yankees.

The score was 13-1 after the third inning. That's pretty much all you need to know about this one, but here are a few more details: Sox starter Gavin Floyd (9-10) gave up 10 earned runs over 2 1/3 innings. Alex Rios misplayed three more balls in center field. All told, Sox pitchers gave up 23 hits. It was ugly from start to finish.

The offense woke up a little bit after the team fell behind by 12 runs. The Sox did have a five-run outburst in the fourth inning, highlighted by a three-run blast off the bat of Carlos Quentin. Yankee starter A.J. Burnett was terrible, yielding seven runs on 13 hits over 4 1/3 innings. But after Burnett departed, the Sox only had one hit the remainder of the game against three New York relievers.

The one hit was by outfielder Alejandro De Aza, who finished the game 4-for-4. That should earn him a seat on the bench tomorrow, so that Rios can get more playing time.

The Sox (52-57) have lost five in a row now. They've fallen 6 1/2 games behind in the AL Central race. They'll conclude this miserable homestand Thursday with another game against the Yankees. Phil Humber (8-7, 3.44 ERA) pitches for the Sox. Right-hander Ivan Nova (9-4, 4.01 ERA) will go for New York. Game time is 7:10 and you can watch the carnage on WGN.

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We no pitch the way we can.


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