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Going Going...Almost Gone

September 25 vs Cleveland


Today's Sox Crew:
Crane Operators
The crane lifted some out of the park, but in the end the air was let out of the balloon.

Short Take:   More home runs and not a whole lot else as the Sox lose...again.

At the time of this writing, Detroit has beaten the Kansas City Royals and are now tied with the White Sox atop the AL Central with identical records of 82-72. That three game lead we once had seems like a long time ago. Thanks to losing six of their last seven games, the Sox have put themselves into pretty much a must win situation in every game from here on out. Dunn's heroics were awesome for one night anyway on Monday because on Tuesday afternoon, the team came back down to Earth. Francisco Liriano dealt with his usual control issues early as yet another bland effort by the Sox offense made for a 4-3 loss to a garbage Cleveland Indians team.

Some no-name first baseman named Russ Canzler put the Indians up 1-0 on a solo homer off of Liriano in the top of the first. It would remain that way until the fourth.

Liriano walked Carlos Santana and former Sox utility man Brent Lillibridge, to go along with three hits in a three run fourth inning for the Indians as they went up 4-0. Shin Soo-Choo's RBI single ended Liriano's day as he couldn't even get through four friggin' innings before Brian Omogrosso had to bail his rear end out.

Meanwhile, the Sox were stymied by some nobody named Corey Kluber who only gave up two earned runs over seven innings.

Those two runs came via the long ball. The Sox pulled within 4-2 thanks to solo home runs from A.J. Pierzynski and Dayan Viciedo in the bottom of the fifth.

In the bottom of the ninth, the Sox mounted a minor comeback in the form of another solo homer from Paul Konerko off of Indians closer Chris Perez. However, it would end there.

We all know the team is running on fumes, nagging injuries are affecting the middle of our lineup, and the offense is like a car ready to stall. It's a clean slate now. We're tied with the Tigers in the standings and it's put up or shut up.

On Wednesday, Sept. 26, Hector Santiago will face Justin Masterson for the Indians. The game starts at 7:10 p.m. and can be seen on WCIU, The U!

KW Appreciates The Game:
 "I'm gonna be President, this offense is now Hahn's problem."

submitted by tstrike2000.

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