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

Seattle Shut Down

August 28 vs Seattle Mariners

Toon Squad Update:
Scrooge McDuck
Giving the minimum

Short Take: Mariner misery from miserly Rodon.

Carlos Rodon has been in shut-down mode in the month of August, 2016. He's pitched at least six innings in every one of his August games, and has not surrendered more than two runs in any of them. Rodon's mastery continued today as the Sox defeated the Mariners by a 4-1 score.

Rodon had to deal with a threat early. Kyle Seager hit a one-out triple in the top of the 2nd inning. But Carlos struck out the following two Mariners and preserved his shut out.

Seattle pitcher Taijuan Walker was perfect through the first three innings. He got himself into trouble in the 4th by hitting leadoff batter Adam Eaton on the first pitch. With one out, Melky Cabrera blooped a double down the third base line and Eaton coasted into third. Walker's control deserted him again as he plunked Jose Abreu with a pitch to load the bases. DH Justin Morneau hit away from the shift by smashing a single through the shortstop hole, scoring Eaton and Cabrera. The Sox led 2-0.

Rodon kept his scorecard clean until two out in the top of the 6th. Seattle slugger Robinson Cano hit a 0-1 pitch into the right field stands to cut the Sox lead in half, 2-1. Carlos retired the final batter of the 6th, but got into trouble in the 7th. Seager and Franklin Gutierrez hit back-to-back singles to finish Rodon's day. Chris Beck came in to face Seattle catcher Mike Zunino. Zunino got a bunt down but too fast to Sox third baseman Todd Frazier. Frazier threw to second for the force-out, keeping the double play intact. When lefty slugger Adam Lind came in to pinch hit, Sox manager Robin Ventura countered with southpaw Dan Jennings. Jennings only pitch of the day was hit on two hops to Tyler Saladino, who fired to Tim Anderson who relayed to Abreu. The threat was snuffed on a 4-6-3 double play.

Mariners manager Scott Servais let Walker start the 8th inning to have a shot at winning the game. This choice backfired as the Sox scored two big insurance runs. Tim Anderson hit a one-out single and stole second. Melky followed with a triple to the National Car Rental sign in right center; then Abreu hit a sacrifice fly to short right. The Sox were up 4-1 with three outs to go.

But it wouldn't be a David Robertson save without some drama. Cano and Seager hit a couple of soft singles, with a Nelson Cruz out recorded in between. Robertson struck out Gutierrez. Then Zunino hit a grounder to third that Frazier fielded and simply stepped on the bag to finish the White Sox winner.

The Sox head to Detroit for a Monday 6:10 pm game against the Tigers. James Shields goes up against Matt Boyd. The broadcast is on WPWR My50 Chicago.

That's all folks:
The Sox win the season series against the Mariners.

submitted by FielderJones.

Sox Clubhouse "Pick to Click" Winner

Melky Cabrera

Double, triple, two runs scored, one run batted in

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: 30,608,273