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Sox Trample Twins

April 11 at Minnesota

Toon Squad Update:
Campbell's Soup Twins
Sox warm up the frigid northland like a can of hypersalinated soup

Short Take:   A new Sox hero is born, and our boys are breathing down the necks of KC

Austin Jackson bounced back in the fourth after missing a grand slam by no more than a couple of inches, shooting a single up the middle to plate two runs and keep the Twins winless in an eventual 4-1 White Sox winner. Jose Quintana took a rare non-no decision, getting a well-deserved win after six innings of four-hit ball in which he yielded but one run. Momentum in baseball is a strange thing, and the Sox now clearly have it. Too early to watch the standings, but for now let's enjoy being in a theoretical tie for first place with the Royals.

The acquisition of Jackson is looking like a coup by Hahn, but the real hero today was Matt Albers. Despite a physique that no doubt had his mom scouring for bargains in the husky section of J.C. Penney, Albers leaped cat-like to snare an errant pop bunt by former All Star and Sox nemesis Kurt Suzuki. So startling was the big double-chinned reliever's snab, he easily doubled off Eduardo Escobar at first. Not since Bobby Jenks have chunky Sox fans had such a role model. 

There was a little something for everyone, including the Avi haters, who saw their anti-hero pop meekly with bags loaded in the fifth. But let me be the first to say that these Sox are not only 5-2 after one week of baseball, they show signs of being able to field for the first time in several years. Good fielding and good pitching will keep you in a lot of games. Add timely hitting, and it spells something far more positive than the misery we've endured for the past few years.

That's all folks:
 The Sox need to double up tomorrow on these fast-fading Twinkies.

submitted by Vernam.

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