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tony1972
06-12-2007, 12:34 PM
See..the Sox don't want to 'use up' all of their runs right now like they did last year...they are wisely 'saving' some for the dog days of summer..

How can none of you see this?

Chicken Dinner
06-12-2007, 12:36 PM
WHAT? :o:

Mr.1Dog
06-12-2007, 12:59 PM
:bong:Pass it to the left my friend. I want to see what you're seeing.

crazyozzie02
06-12-2007, 02:21 PM
See..the Sox don't want to 'use up' all of their runs right now like they did last year...they are wisely 'saving' some for the dog days of summer..

How can none of you see this?

Hopefully this is what you meant

DumpJerry
06-12-2007, 02:36 PM
Hanging out with Kelly again?

Huisj
06-12-2007, 02:41 PM
I played basketball with a kid in middle school who would say he had to waste his misses during warmups. If someone else would make a shot during warmups, he'd say "oh no, you wasted a make!"

TDog
06-12-2007, 03:32 PM
Of course this is a silly observation, but one might look at the 1977 White Sox and draw this conclusion. The same could be said for the 1983 White Sox who scored an MLB-leading 800 runs during the season but were no-hit the week before the ALCS and were outscored 19-3 in four postseason games. (The scored just three runs in 37 innings because one of their two shutout defeats was lost in 10 innings. Britt Burns lost the no-hitter and that heartbreaking final game by 3-0 scores.) Or you could look at the 2000 White Sox who didn't seem to score at all after Labor day and seemed to become more hopeless in October.

The reason the question of this thread is silly is that there were numerous White Sox teams -- too numerous to mention -- that never spent any of those runs they might have appeared to be saving for the end of the season.