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May 7th at Baltimore Orioles

Sox Office Smash Hit:
The End of the Tour
Sox Get Swept In Baltimore To End 10 Game Road-Trip

Short Take: Lack Of Timely Hitting Dooms Sox

The Sox long road trip concluded today with a 15-14 record and looking to salvage the finale of their three-game series against the Baltimore Orioles. If I were a betting man I’d have liked our chances going into the game, with Jose Quintana pitching for the Sox and Chris Tillman making his season debut for the Orioles. Tillman entered today’s game fresh off a Tuesday rehab start against the Charlotte Knights where he went five innings, giving up four home runs and five runs. Good thing I don’t bet as Tillman held the Sox to three hits in his five innings and earned the win as the Orioles swept the White Sox 4-0.

The story of today’s game of the Sox was the lack of timely hitting, with Sox hitters going 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position and leaving 11 men on base. The Sox managed to collect a somewhat respectable eight hits on the day, unfortunately all of them singles and none able to push a run across.

On the pitching side of things Jose Quintana looked shaky at best the in the first two innings, surrendering two Baltimore runs in each of the first two frames. Q walked two and gave up three singles in the first, with another four singles and a walk in the second. Jose ended the day having given up four runs on 9 hits over five innings, striking out four and walking three. Truth be told he didnít look as bad as that line would suggest, with two Baltimore runs scoring on bloop singles that managed to fall just fair and just out of the reach of Sox fielders.

The Sox went 4-and-6 on this 10-game road trip and drop to .500 with a 15-15 record. Best to put this one behind us and move on to the Twins.

The Sox looked as bored playing this game as I was watching it.

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