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Jose Can You See

June 12 at St. Louis

Today's Sox Crew:
Crain Operators
A couple of Sox bombs started to take down the Gateway Arch.

Short Take:   Quintana hung in there as the Sox shot some Cardinals in St. Louis.

After a 4-5 homestand, the Sox were looking for a little more consistency in their trip to St. Louis. The Sox turned to young Jose Quintana to get that started. Jose has been more than admirable in his stint with the White Sox so far. Filling in for the injured John Danks, Quintana continued our admiration for him with another good outing on Tuesday night. Yes, he did allow ten hits in 5.1 innings, but he did not walk a batter and allowed just one earned run. The Sox got the lumber supplied by Orlando Hudson, Adam Dunn, and A.J. Pierzynski as we took out the Cardinals 6-1.

Facing Adam Wainwright for the Cards was going to be no easy task for the Sox. And that looked to be the case as Wainwright struck out the side in the first inning. However, it would not be that way the rest of the way.

In a scoreless game in the top of the fourth, Alex Rios reached based on a fielder's choice and A.J. Pierzynski singled. Orlando Hudson stepped up and smacked a two-run triple to right to make it 2-0 Sox.

The Cardinals got a run back in the bottom of the sixth when Allen Craig singled in Matt Holliday to cut the White Sox lead in half, but that would be it for the Cards offense. Nate Jones came in to relieve Quintana and he induced an inning-ending double play off the bat of Tyler Greene to end any Cardinals threat.

Marc Rzepczynski came in for the Cardinals in the top of the eighth to relieve Wainwright. Fortunately for us, Rzepczynski stunk up the place. He allowed a double to Alejandro De Aza to start it off. Gordon Beckham singled him in to put the Sox up by two. Big Donkey, Adam Dunn, followed that by launching a long solo homer to right to put it at a 4-1 Sox lead. Hard throwing Mitchell Boggs relieved Rzepczynski. He didn't fare much better. After Paul Konerko single, Boggs allowed a rocket two-run homer to A.J. Pierzynski to put the Sox up 6-1.

Jesse Crain and Addison Reed finished off the eighth and ninth innings for the Sox to preserve the victory. With the win, Jose Quintana moved to 2-1 and lowered his ERA to 1.98 after five starts.

Next up for the Sox on Wednesday 6/13, they'll have the tough challenge of facing Lance Lynn for the Cardinals. Lynn (9-2, 2.66 ERA) will face Jake Peavy (6-1, 3.05 ERA) for the Sox. Should be a good game with that pitching matchup. Game time is 7:15 and will be on CSN.

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