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Sox-Twins Split Series

1 of 2 is not bad, especially considering how bad the Sox have been in Minnesota over the last couple decades. "This is a good team," White Sox leadoff man Juan Pierre said. "They beat us today by being fundamental. It's the reason why these guys win every year." Ozzie Guillen also added, "You think you have something going and that you're going to nail this one," Guillen said. "I was excited for the first ...

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Sweaty Freddy Comes Up LARGE in Sox win

Over the last couple years the Sox biggest rival was not the Cubs, Twins or Tigers.  The biggest rival was the Metrodome.  Many Sox losses took place there and so did much fruastration.  Well, the Twins don't play in the Metrodome anymore, they play in the newest of Baseball stadiums, Target Field. The Sox had one of their biggest innings of the season as AJ and Alexei both cranked out 2 run doubles in the ...

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Late Push leads Blue Jays over Sox

It was a very bumpy game for both teams. Toronto took an early lead on the Bautista double.  The Sox ould recover by scoring 3 runs of their own.  Pierre Nix had back to back RBI singles followed by an RBI ground out by Gordon Beckham. It got ugly in the 3rd as Adam Lind scored 2 with his 2 RBI single, then Vernon Wells added to the pain with a 2 run home run.  Alexei Ramirez would get one run back with his ...

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Peavy the Great shuts down Toronto

As I said last week, Jake might have been hearing the chants of Cy Young! Cy Young! Cy Young!  Tonight, more and more people might have been starting those chants.  Jake was excellent as he took a perfect game into the 6th inning.  However the clock struck mid night for his no hit bid as John Buck took him deep.  Peavy went 8 innings giving up only 2 runs on 3 hits while striking out 8.  Only other pitcher ...

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Extra Innings Doom South Siders

At least they scored runs this time! Coming fresh off a sweep last night the Sox were dropped by the Toronto Blue Jays 7-4 in 12 innings. The game was scoreless through 4 as both pitchers were excellent.  John Buck broke the tie in the 5th with his 2 run homer run to left center field.  Mark Kotsay countered with a 2 run home run of his own to deep center field. In the bottom half of the 6th the Sox took th ...

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O’ Canada

After a great offensive outburst last night, White Sox bats were finall brought back to life as they were shut out by the Toronto Blue Jays, 2-0.  The Sox offense was completely shut down as Dana Eveland allowed 2 hits in 7 scoreless innings, which helped the Blue Jays extend there win streak to 5 games.  Eveland was in control all night as the Sox never got in an offensive flow. Danks gave up 8 hits and 2 ...

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Sox show no mercy as they bounce Royals 9-2

With the Sox this season, you really have no idea what kind of team you are going to see when you enter the Cell.  One night the Sox may get blown out by 18 runs by the leagues worst team and the next day MB56 or Peavy will pitch a perfect game.  Neither of those happened today but the South Siders did get the 9-2 win over the Royals to take the series 2-1.  It was a great effort all around as Sweaty Freddy ...

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Royal Flush

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 ...

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Peavy blanks Royals in 5-1 victory

You can hear the Cy Young chants................in the distance, far far in the distance, but they're there!  Peavy looked like his old self today as he threw 7 innings of no runs and 9 strike outs. Jake had struggled like crazy this year but after the first inning against the Texas Rangers last week Peavy has looked like the Peavy of old as no one can hit him. The Good: It wasn't only a stellar efforrt by ...

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Could Hitting Help be on the way?

According to an unnmaed source, he said, "the White Sox and San Diego Padres have had “further discussions about Adrian Gonzalez and even discussed names.” However it does seem as if the Padres would in a selling mode as they are at the top the NL West.  Kenny Williams would not comment on the report. Another name being thrown around is Brewers 1B Prince Fielder.  After Ryan Howard recieved his 125 million ...

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