Royal Flush Reviewed by Momizat on . After Jake Peavy and the Sox put together a brilliant effort against the Royals many Sox fans got there hopes up because the easiness of the six game homestand. After Jake Peavy and the Sox put together a brilliant effort against the Royals many Sox fans got there hopes up because the easiness of the six game homestand. Rating:
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After Jake Peavy and the Sox put together a brilliant effort against the Royals many Sox fans got there hopes up because the easiness of the six game homestand.  After tonight’s 7-2 loss to Kansas City, you could say we are a little nervous.

Gavin Floyd (1-3) looked like he was coming around last week as he throught 7 innings of brilliant baseball.  However it was downhill from the start as Gavin gave up 6 runs and a career high 13 hits in 6 1/3 innings. David Dejesus led off the game with a double and eventually scored on Billy Butler’s RBI double play.

The offense was pretty non existant today as 1 run came on error in the 3rd.  It started when Juan Pierre singled and Gordon Beckham walked.  They then completed a double steal and Juan eventually scored on a throwing error by Jason Kendall.  The other run came off a solo shot by A.J. in the 7th when it looked like the game was already over, it was his first of the season.  It could have been a lot worse as the Royals left 6 men on base in the first 3 innings.

There were 3 main Sox killers today’s: Mike Aviles, had 3 hits including a homerun.  Former South Sider Scotty Pods had 2 hits including an RBI triple. And the main killer was young righty Luke Hochevar who allowed just 1 run earned run on only 3 hits.

The Sox look to take the series 2-1 tomorrow at 7:10pm CT.

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