Message Boards  

 WSI Photo Gallery  

Post of the Week  




  2013 White Sox  

 Season Schedule  


2005 Championship


WSI Extras  

 WSI Interviews

  Audio Memories

  2002 Disaster!

2001 Season Fun!

2000 Champions!

Fun & Games

History & Glory

Sox Greats
Sox Quotables
Sox Fight Songs
Old Comiskey Park


WSI News - Totally Biased Game Recaps

Sox Continue Winning Streak, Defeat Rangers

July 27 at Texas Rangers

Today's Sox Crew:
Cement Workers
Sale slipped out of the gate and stepped into some wet cement, but thankfully, Youkilis, Ramirez, and co. were able to pick him up while he cleaned off and went back to work.

Short Take: Chris Sale guts out a decent performance after giving up four runs in the first, and the offense smacks All-Star pitcher Yu Darvish around.

After completing the sweep of those crappy perpetual losers, the Sox headed to the ballpark where their season began to begin a weekend series in Arlington against the Texas Rangers. The pitching matchup was a good one, with rookie All-Stars Chris Sale and Yu Darvish going against each other. Surprisingly, though, it was the offense that shone in this game, as the Sox erased an early 4-1 deficit to win the opener by a score of 9-5.

Alex Rios would get the Sox on board in the first with a sac fly to drive in Kevin Youkilis, but the Rangers took Sale behind the woodshed in the first, with Nelson Cruz's 3-run homer capping off a 4-run frame. Down 4-1, the Sox came right back in their half of the second, thanks to a Youkilis 2-run shot that cut the deficit to one. In the 4th, the Sox came all the way back, as Alejandro De Aza came in and smashed a two-run single to right field, giving the Sox the 5-4 lead off of Darvish. The Sox would not relinquish this lead, as they would get one more in the seventh, when after an Adam Dunn SB (his second of the season, if you can believe that) and advancement to third on a throwing error by the catcher, Rios beat out a potential DP to allow Dunn to score. It turned out to be a big run, as the Rangers would score one in their own half of the seventh off of a Josh Hamilton RBI fielder's choice. A scary moment occueed in that inning, as De Aza and Alexei Ramirez collided while chasing down a fly ball. De Aza was taken out of the game and diagnosed with a left wrist sprain, and is considered day-to-day. Ramirez, as you'll find out later, was all right.

The Sox, however, would put the game away in the 9th. Alex Rios drove in Dunn with an RBI double, to make it 7-5, and then Ramirez capped off the scoring with a two-run bomb to account for the final score. Addison Reed came on and after giving up a leadoff single to Ian Kinsler, retired the side with no damage done to close out this 9-5 White Sox winner!

With the win, the Sox have almost completely erased the ground lost in that recent 5-game skid. Even better, both Cleveland and Detroit lost, so the Sox took a 1.5 game lead on Detroit and a 4.5 game lead on Cleveland. Not bad for being 1.5 back of Detroit following Sunday's game. Today, Phil Humber goes against the Rangers' Matt Harrison in a 7:05 start. Hopefully the Sox can keep winning against the two-time defending AL Champs. Make it five in a row, might as well. Go Sox!

KW Appreciates The Game:
"Nothing like a nice trip to Texas to warm up the bats. But I thought you loved pitching in the heat, Sale?"

submitted by MtGrnwdSoxFan.

Sox Clubhouse "Pick to Click" Winner

Alex Rios

3 RBIs, and they all came at just the right time. Way to do work.

Play WSI's Pick to Click Contest!


2005 Championship Sox Fans

Click Here!
WSI's Glorious Championship coverage with Totally Biased attitude!

Want More
Totally Biased Game Recaps?

2003 Sox Schedule
Click sock!


1 to 1 of 1

Search For:
Search in:
And in:
Any Words All Words

News Categories

Totally biased Sox news from White Sox Interactive!

EXCLUSIVE Sox features from WSI.

Full Sox coverage featuring the unique WSI slant!

The Totally Biased Game Recap, another WSI EXCLUSIVE!

YOUR chance to be featured at White Sox Interactive!

The funniest and most-noteworthy posts from the Sox Clubhouse message board.

The internet's largest FREE Sox news database, sorted by month.

The internet's largest FREE Sox news database, sorted by day.

Totally Biased Game Recaps

September 29... The Last (And Lost) Weekend

September 24... Covey Captivates, but Kluber Cruises

September 22... At Least They Won't Clinch Here

September 18...Klubered, but Not Clobbered

September 16... Baltimore Blanked

September 10... Thrown Away

September 8... Anaheim Annihilation

September 3... Power Special

September 1... 18 Strikeouts Later, the White Sox Lose

August 30...Leaky Bullpen Bombed by Boston

WSI News System Page Views: 30,996,237