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Swept Out

April 9 at Kansas City

Sox Project Update:
Shoddy foundation
You can't build a house when your foundation is sinking

Short Take:   Sox swept out of KC by defending AL Champs

Adam Eaton made a spectacular catch, but it didn't really matter since the Sox lost their third game of the season to the Kansas City Royals 4-1. It marks the first time since 2003 that the Sox have started 0-3. The Sox finished 86-76 that season and failed to make the playoffs. So there's always that to look forward to.

John Danks looked relatively solid, lasting 5.2 innings and giving up four runs on seven hits and a walk. This is the first loss to the Royals for Danks in 16 career starts. A big problem for Danks was the leadoff runner reached base four times in this game. Luckily for the Sox, that runner only scored once, but it was Lorenzo Cain's leadoff double that led to three runs crossing the plate in the sixth inning, capped off by a Salvador Perez two-run home run.

The Sox managed to tally just four hits with only one run crossing the plate when Alexei Ramirez singled in Adam LaRoche in the seventh. Completely lackluster performance on the part of the offense. Since there basically WAS no offense, the highlight of the game came in the fifth inning when Eaton made his spectacular grab. Mike Moustakas was at the plate with two outs and a runner on third. Spanky's diving catch ended the inning robbed Moustakas of what was sure to be extra bases.

It was nice to see an effective bullpen. Javy Guerra came on in relief of Danks, pitching a third of an inning without allowing a baserunner. Matt Albers and David Robertson each made their season debut, pitching a scoreless inning each. Robertson did walk a batter and allow a hit, but since no runs scored, it worked out well, I guess.

Hopefully the Sox can actually win a game tomorrow. The 2015 home opener is at 3:10 p.m., and Hector Noesi takes the mound against the Twins' Tommy Milone. Riveting match- up. The Royals outscored the Sox 21-7 over these three games, but the Tigers outscored the Twins 22-1 over three games. So there is some hope, Sox fans.

Rebuilding Recap:
 They're laying some foundation, but they're not anchoring it.

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