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    Here is the complete 2006 White Sox regular season schedule.All games and times are Central Time and subject to change.All home games are in CAPS.All Holidays(Memeorial Day,4th of July,All-Star Game,and Labor Day) are in red.

    APRIL 2- CLEVELAND W 10-4(Off and running!)
    APRIL 4- CLEVELAND L 8-2(Rings are nice.Garcia roughed up.)
    APRIL 5- CLEVELAND L 4-3,11 inn.(14 men left on base)
    APRIL 7- @ Kansas City, L 11-7(Sox up 6-0 after 3)
    APRIL 8- @ Kansas City, L 4-3(Sweeney hurts us again)
    APRIL 9- @ Kansas City, W 3-1(Buehrle sharp)
    APRIL 10- @ Detroit W 5-3(Great all-around effort)
    APRIL 12- @ Detroit,W 4-3(Back to .500)
    APRIL 13- @ Detroit,W 13-9(Hit parade in Motown)
    APRIL 14- TORONTO, L 13-7(Vazquez rocked)
    APRIL 15- TORONTO, W 4-2(Konerko hits 2)
    APRIL 16- TORONTO, W 6-4(5 innings-rain)
    APRIL 17- KANSAS CITY, W 9-0(Contreras' awesome!)
    APRIL 18- KANSAS CITY, W 4-1(Garland settles in)
    APRIL 19- KANSAS CITY, W 4-0(Vazquez flirts with history!)
    APRIL 21- MINNESOTA, W 7-1(Buehrle outduels Santana!)
    APRIL 22- MINNESOTA, W 9-2(Thome goes off again!)
    APRIL 23- MINNESOTA, W 7-3(Uribe goes deep twice)
    APRIL 24- @ Seattle, L 4-3
    APRIL 25- @ Seattle, W 13-3
    APRIL 26- @ Seattle, L 5-1
    APRIL 28- @ Los Angeles, W 8-5
    APRIL 29- @ Los Angeles, W 2-1(Contreras dominant again!)
    APRIL 30- @ Los Angeles, W 6-5(1st sweep in Anaheim since '92)
    April record;17-7,1st place,1 1/2 games ahead of Detroit

    MAY 1- @ Cleveland, W 8-6
    MAY 2- @ Cleveland, L 7-1
    MAY 3- SEATTLE, W 6-5,11 innings(Pablo Power!)
    MAY 4- SEATTLE, W 4-1(Contreras wins again!)
    MAY 5- KANSAS CITY,
    MAY 6- KANSAS CITY, 6:05pm, CSN (Fireworks)
    MAY 7- KANSAS CITY, 1:05pm, WGN (World Series Posters)
    MAY 9- LOS ANGELES, 7;05pm, CSN
    MAY 10- LOS ANGELES, 7:05pm, WCIU
    MAY 11- LOS ANGELES, 7:05pm, CSN
    MAY 12- @ Minnesota, 7:10pm, CSN
    MAY 13- @ Minnesota, 6:10pm, WGN
    MAY 14- @ Minnesota, 7:05pm, ESPN
    MAY 15- @ Minnesota, 12:10pm, CSN
    MAY 16- @ Tamap Bay, 6:15pm, CSN
    MAY 17- @ Tampa Bay, 6:15pm, WCIU
    MAY 18- @ Tampa Bay, 6:15pm, CSN
    MAY 19- CHICAGO CUBS, 3:05pm, CSN
    MAY 20- CHICAGO CUBS, 12:20pm,FOX
    MAY 21- CHICAGO CUBS, 1:05pm, WGN
    MAY 22- OAKLAND, 7:05pm, CSN
    MAY 23- OAKLAND, 7:05pm, WCIU
    MAY 24- OAKLAND, 7:05pm, CSN
    MAY 26- @ Toronto, 6:07pm, CSN
    MAY 27- @ Toronto, 3:07pm, CSN
    MAY 28- @ Toronto, 12:07pm, CSN
    MAY 29- @ Clevleand, 12:05pm,WGN
    MAY 30- @ Cleveland, 6:05pm,WCIU,ESPN
    MAY 31- @ Cleveland, 6:05pm,CSN

    JUNE 1- @ Cleveland, 6:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 2- TEXAS, 7:35pm, CSN (Latin American Night and Fireworks)
    JUNE 3- TEXAS, 6:05pm, WGN (Fireworks)
    JUNE 4- TEXAS, 1:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 6- DETROIT, 7:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 7- DETROIT, 7:05pm, WCIU
    JUNE 8- DETROIT, 7:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 9- CLEVELAND, 7:35pm, WCIU(Fireworks)
    JUNE 10- CLEVLEAND, 12:20pm,FOX
    JUNE 11- CLEVELAND, 1;05pm, CSN(Youth XL Jerseys)
    JUNE 12- @ Texas, 6:05pm, ESPN
    JUNE 13- @ Texas, 7:05pm, WCIU
    JUNE 14- @ Texas, 7:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 15- @ Texas, 7:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 16- @ Cincinnati, 6:10pm, CSN
    JUNE 17- @ Cincinnati, 5:10pm, WGN
    JUNE 18- @ Cincinnati, 12:15pm, CSN
    JUNE 20- ST.LOUIS, 7:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 21- ST.LOUIS, 7:05pm, WCIU
    JUNE 22- ST.LOUIS, 7:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 23- HOUSTON, 7;05pm, WGN (Fireworks)
    JUNE 24- HOUSTON, 12:20pm,FOX
    JUNE 25- HOUSTON, 1:05pm, CSN (World Series Caps)
    JUNE 27- @ Pittsburgh, 6:05pm, CSN
    JUNE 28- @ Pittsburgh, 6:05pm, WGN
    JUNE 29- @ Pittsburgh, 11:35am, CSN
    JUNE 30- @ Chicago Cubs, 1:20pm, CSN

    JULY 1- @ Chicago Cubs, 12:20pm,FOX
    JULY 2- @ Chicago Cubs, 1:20pm, WGN
    JULY 3- BALTIMORE, 6:05pm, CSN (Independence Day Fireworks)
    JULY 4- BALTIMORE, 3:05pm, CSN
    JULY 5- BALTIMORE, 7:05pm, WCIU
    JULY 6- BALTIMORE, 7:05pm, CSN
    JULY 7- BOSTON, 7:05pm, WCIU (Fireworks)
    JULY 8- BOSTON, 12:20pm,FOX
    JULY 9- BOSTON, 1:05pm, CSN
    JULY 11- All-Star Game @ Pittsburgh
    JULY 14- @ New York, 6:05pm, CSN
    JULY 15- @ New York, 12:20pm,FOX
    JULY 16- @ New York, 12:05pm, WGN
    JULY 18- @ Detroit, 6:05pm, WCIU
    JULY 19- @ Detroit, 6:05pm, CSN
    JULY 20- @ Detroit, 12:05pm, CSN
    JULY 21- TEXAS, 7:35pm, CSN (Fireworks)
    JULY 22- TEXAS, 6:05pm, WGN (Fireworks)
    JULY 23- TEXAS, 1:05pm, CSN
    JULY 24- MINNESOTA, 7:05pm, CSN
    JULY 25- MINNESOTA, 7:05pm, CSN
    JULY 26- MINNESOTA, 1:05pm, WGN
    JULY 28- @ Baltimore, 6:05pm, CSN
    JULY 29- @ Baltimore, 3:35pm, CSN
    JULY 30- @ Baltimore, 12:35pm, CSN
    JULY 31- @ Kansas City, 7:10pm, WCIU

    AUGUST 1- @ Kansas City, 7:10pm, WCIU
    AUGUST 2- @ Kansas City, 7:10pm, CSN
    AUGUST 4- @ Toronto, 6:07pm, CSN
    AUGUST 5- @ Toronto, 3:07pm, WGN
    AUGUST 6- @ Toronto, 12:07pm, CSN
    AUGUST 8- NEW YORK, 7:05pm, WGN
    AUGUST 9- NEW YORK, 7:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 10- NEW YORK, 7;05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 11- DETROIT, 7:35pm, WCIU (Elvis Night and Fireworks)
    AUGUST 12- DETROIT, 6:05pm, CSN (White Sox Grand Prix and Fireworks)
    AUGUST 13- DETROIT, 1:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 14- KANSAS CITY, 7:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 15- KANSAS CITY, 7:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 16- KANSAS CITY, 7:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 17- KANSAS CITY, 1:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 18- @ Minnesota, 7:10pm, WCIU
    AUGUST 19- @ Minnesota, 6:10pm, WGN
    AUGUST 20- @ Minnesota, 1:10pm, CSN
    AUGUST 21- @ Detroit, 6:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 22- @ Detroit, 6:05pm, WCIU
    AUGUST 23- @ Detroit, 6:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 24- @ Detroit, 12:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 25- MINNESOTA, 7:35pm, WCIU
    AUGUST 26- MINNESOTA, 6:05pm, WGN
    AUGUST 27- MINNESOTA, 1:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 29- TAMPA BAY, 7:05pm, CSN
    AUGUST 30- TAMPA BAY, 7:05pm, WCIU
    AUGUST 31- TAMPA BAY, 1:05pm, CSN

    SEPTEMBER 1- @ Kansas City, 7:10pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 2- @ Kansas City, 6:10pm, WGN
    SEPTEMBER 3- @ Kansas City, 1:10pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 4- @ Boston, 6:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 5- @ Boston, 6:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 6- @ Boston, 6:05pm, WGN
    SEPTEMBER 7- CLEVELAND, 7:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 8- CLEVELEND, 7:35pm, CSN (Half-way to St.Patrick's Day and Green Sox Caps)
    SEPTEMBER 9- CLEVELAND, 6:05pm, WGN (Fireworks)
    SEPTEMBER 10- CLEVELAND, 1:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 11- @ Los Angeles, 9:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 12- @ Los Angeles, 9:05pm, WCIU
    SEPTEMBER 13- @ Los Angeles, 2:35pm, WGN
    SEPTEMBER 15- @ Oakland, 9:05pm, WCIU
    SEPTEMBER 16- @ Oakland, 3:05pm, WGN
    SEPTEMBER 17- @ Oakland, 3:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 18- DETROIT, 7;05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 19- DETROIT, 7:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 20- DETROIT, 7:05pm, WCIU
    SEPTEMBER 21- SEATTLE, 7:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 22- SEATTLE, 7:35pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 23- SEATTLE, 6:05pm, CSN (Fireworks)
    SEPTEMBER 24- SEATTLE, 1:05pm, WGN (Fan Appreciation Day)
    SEPTEMBER 25- @ Cleveland, 6:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 26- @ Clevlenad, 6:05pm, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 27- @ Cleveland, 6:05pm, WCIU
    SEPTEMBER 29- @ Minnesota, 7:10p, CSN
    SEPTEMBER 30- @ Minnesota, 11:10am, No TV

    OCTOBER 1- @ Minnesota, 1:10pm, WGN

    All 162 games on the radio in the Chicago area can be heard on WSCR 670(The Score).
    For White Sox Radio Network affiliates,click here.
    Last edited by Chisox73; 05-05-2006, 06:29 PM.

  • #2
    Only a month and a half away. I've been so lonely without the Sox on Saturday afternoons.
    Johnson and now Goligoski gone.
    I hope that's all.

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    • #3
      2006 White Sox Promotions

      White Sox announce 2006 promotional highlights
      http://chicago.whitesox.mlb.com/NASA...=.jsp&c_id=cws

      CHICAGO -- The World Champion Chicago White Sox have announced the club's tentative 2006 promotional schedule, which features three days full of World Series celebrations to begin the season, in addition to the return of many popular promotions, including Value Dates, Dog Day, Elvis Night and fireworks nights.

      One-of-a-kind events will include:

      Opening Night World Series Flag Raising and Fan Celebration presented by U.S. Cellular; Sunday, April 2, 7:05 vs. Cleveland
      In recognition of the 2005 World Series Championship, fans will witness an event 88 years in the making - the raising of the White Sox Championship banner over U.S. Cellular Field.
      U.S. Cellular will present the first 20,000 fans with White Sox rally socks.

      World Series Ring Presentation and Replica World Series Ring Giveaway from Pepsi; Tuesday, April 4, 1:05 vs. Cleveland
      Fans will continue the victory celebration as they witness the World Series Ring presentation during pregame ceremonies. The first 20,000 fans to enter U.S. Cellular Field will receive a replica World Series ring from Pepsi like the ones their favorite White Sox players and coaches will receive this day.

      Replica World Series Trophy Giveaway; Wednesday, April 5, 1:05 vs. Cleveland
      White Sox fans will receive a replica of the South Side's most prized possession - a World Series trophy of their own. Miniature trophies will be distributed to the first 20,000 fans.

      Dog Day; Friday, April 21, 7:35 vs. Minnesota
      Fans can enjoy the game side-by-side with their four-legged friends on the 11th Annual Dog Day, featuring a pregame dog parade on the warning track. Dog tickets are limited and must be purchased in advance by contacting the White Sox at (312) 674-1000.

      Mini Ballpark Giveaway from the Chicago Sun-Times; Sunday, April 23, 1:05 vs. Minnesota
      The first 20,000 fans to enter U.S. Cellular Field will receive a mini baseball collector's ballpark from the Chicago Sun-Times. The giveaway is part of a month-long retail promotion where fans can collect mini-baseballs with White Sox player images.

      Commemorative World Series Posters from Pepsi; Sunday, May 7, 1:05 vs. Kansas City
      The first 20,000 fans will receive a commemorative World Series poster from Pepsi.

      Latin American Night presented by Miller Lite; Saturday, June 2, 7:35 vs. Texas
      Join the Sox for a night of music and dance as the club pays tribute to Latin American culture. The evening will feature pregame entertainment and dancing.

      Youth Replica Home Jerseys from LaSalle Bank; Sunday, June 11, TBA vs. Cleveland
      LaSalle Bank and the White Sox will give the first 10,000 children age 13 and under a youth XL replica home jersey.

      Elvis Night/Fireworks presented by Miller Lite; Friday, August 11, 7:35 vs. Detroit
      Elvis impersonators will entertain fans before and after the game. "The E Team," Elvises of the Sky, will deliver the American flag before the national anthem and participate in a skydiving exhibition before the postgame fireworks show presented by Miller Lite.

      White Sox Go-Kart Grand Prix/Fireworks; Saturday, August 12, 6:05 vs. Detroit
      Race fans and baseball fans converge on U.S. Cellular Field for an afternoon of racing. Spectators can watch racers compete in a go-kart race, and parking Lot B will be transformed into "race central" with the go-kart track, pit row, hospitality tents and interactive car displays. Racers will compete for cash and prizes.

      Halfway to St. Patrick's Day and Green Caps from Miller Lite; Friday, September 8, 7:35 vs. Cleveland
      Halfway to St. Patrick's Day is a celebration of Chicago's rich Irish heritage. The White Sox will wear green pinstriped uniforms and green caps. The evening's entertainment includes Irish bands, dance troupes and bagpipers throughout the ballpark. White Sox team members will wear green pinstriped uniforms and green caps created specially for the event. Miller Lite will give White Sox baseball caps to the first 20,000 fans age 21 and over.

      In addition to these special events, ongoing promotions include six Motorola Value Mondays (all tickets half price); 12 Sox Pride Pepsi Tuesdays; 13 Win-A-Jersey Wednesdays presented by U.S. Cellular; five Kids Days (tickets for kids 13 and under $1 at the Box Office; kids can get autographs from Sox players before the game and run the bases afterward); 10 Dollar Dog Thursdays presented by Ball Park Franks (Ball Park Franks are just $1 throughout the ballpark); and 16 signature fireworks nights.

      Tickets for 2006 White Sox home games will go on sale Friday, February 17 at 10:00 a.m. online at whitesox.com, through TicketMaster phone lines at (312) 559-1212 and (866) SOX-GAME and at Chicagoland TicketMaster outlets, including Coconuts and Carson Pirie Scott locations.

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      • #4
        Broadcast schedule now up.

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        • #5
          White Sox 10,Indians 4

          Off and Running!


          Jim Thome is congratulated by teammate A.J. Pierzynski after Thome's two-run homer Sunday. (Jeff Roberson/AP)

          On perhaps the most festive and emotional Opening Day in franchise history,the Defending World Champions White Sox picked up where they left off with a 10-4 win over the visiting Cleveland Indians on Sunday Night.

          The festivities got off to a rousing start with the unfurling of the Chanpionship banners hanging from the outfield light towers prior to the game.

          Once the game began,Mark Buehrle was his old self,working very quicky for the first 3 innings.

          The Sox jumped out in the 3rd inning on an RBI groundout by Scott Podsednik scoring Juan Uribe.Tadahito Iguchi singled home Brian anderson to make it 2-0 Sox.Then later in the inning,Paul Konerko brought home Iguchi on a sac fly to right.

          The Tribe tied the game right away in the 4th on an RBI double by Victor Martinez,and a 2-run homer from Eduardo Perez.

          After Cleveland was retired in the 4th,the rains came,causing a 2 hour and 57 minute delay.

          But once play resumed,it was time for the Sox to erupt,and that they did.

          The Sox scored 3 times in the bottom of the 4th capped off by Jim Thome's 2-run bomb deep into the right field seats to make it 6-3 Good Guys.They added another 3-spot in the 5th inning on an RBI single by AJ Pierzynski,scoring Jermaine Dye.Brian Anderson followed later in the inning with a 2-run single scoring Pierzynski and Joe Crede.

          Dye made it 10-3 with a single scoring Gooch in the 6th.

          Cleveland got a run back in the 8th on a run scoring sac fly by Jhonny Peralta.

          Outside of Buehrle's 4th inning trouble,the pitching was brilliant in the game.Buehrle allowed 3 runs on 4 hits in 4 innings pitched.He was replaced after play resumed by Brandon McCarthy and was stellar in middle relief.McCartrhy went 3 inning,retiring all 9 men he faced,striking out 2 in picking up the win.

          Code:
          Cleveland  0 0 0  3 0 0  0 1 0- 4 7 2
          White Sox  0 0 3  3 3 1  0 0 x-10 9 0
          WP- Brandon McCarthy(1-0)
          LP- Francisco Cabrera(0-1)

          HR;CLE;EPerez(1)-SOX;Thome(1)

          T- 2:59 (2:57 rain delay)
          Att- 38,802(sellout)
          Weather- Cloudy,57 degrees

          WALK THE LINE; White Sox batters walked 9 times in the game.

          Jermaine Dye was 3-3 with 2 infield hits and a walk in the game.Thome was 1-2 with an absolute bomb to right field in the 4th that was measured at 438 feet.Brian Anderson was 2-3 with 2 RBIs and 2 runs scored.

          Cleveland starter CC Sabathia left the game with an abdominal strain in the 3rd inning.He went 2 1/3 innings,and was charged with 3 runs on 3 hits.

          White Sox record;1-0,1st place in the AL Centr
          Last edited by Chisox73; 04-03-2006, 05:07 PM.

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          • #6
            Indians 8,White Sox 2

            It was a combination of 2 things on 35th and Shields this afternoon.

            #1). Cleveland starter Jake Westbrook was very sharp in his outing.and #2.) Sox starter Freddy Garcia was the complete opposite.

            That added up to an 8-2 Cleveland win on a sunkissed afternoon as the White Sox recieved thier 2005 World Series rings.

            The Tribe jumped on the board first when Victor Martinez took Garcia out of the park in the 2nd inning for a quick 1-0 lead.They would add 3 more in the 4th on RBI singles by Aaron Boone,Casey Blake,and Grady Sizemore.

            The Sox got on the board in the bottom of the inning when Jim Thome cleared the right field bleachers with an absolute bomb.It was his 2nd in as many games and broght the Sox to within 3 at 4-1.His blast was estimated at 448 feet.

            Cleveland put it away for all intents and purposes in the 5th inning when they put up another 3-spot,highlighted by Aaron Boone's 2-run double.Boone would add a solo homer in the 7th inning.

            The Sox got one back in the bottom of the 7th when Rob Mackowiak's groundout scored AJ Pierzynski.

            Code:
            Cleveland 0  1  0  3  3  0  1  0  0- 8 14 0 
            White Sox 0  0  0  1  0  0  1  0  0- 2  6 1
            WP- Jake Westbrook (1-0)
            LP- Freddy Garcia(0-1)

            HR- CLE;VMartinez(1),ABoone(1)- SOX;Thome(2)

            Weather: 49 degrees, sunny.
            Wind: 14 mph, R to L.
            T: 2:35.
            Att: 37,591

            NOTES;Freddy Garcia went 4+ innings and was charged with 7 runs,all earned on 9 hits,walking 2 and striking out 2.

            Jake Westbrook was superb in his start,going 6 1/3 innings,giving up 2 runs on 6 hits,walking 1 and striking out 4.

            The loss knocks the White Sox out of 1st place for the 1st time since the end of the 2004 season.The span lasted 186 days.

            AJ Pierzynski had a wonderful last 24 hours.Last night,he was in Indianapolis watching his alma mater Florida Gators win the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship.This afternoon,when his name was called to get his ring,he was doing "The Gator Chop" for Florida.As his at-bat music this afternoon,it was the University of Florida fight song.

            White Sox record;1-1,tied for 2nd place with Cleveland,1/2 game behind Detroit.
            Last edited by Chisox73; 04-04-2006, 07:00 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Chisox73
              The loss knocks the White Sox out of 1st place for the 1st time since the end of the 2004 season.The span lasted 186 days.
              White Sox record;1-1,tied for 2nd place with Cleveland,1/2 game behind Detroit.
              I'll add to that the season began on April 4th last year for us, so that's a span of 365 total days, 186 game days. Monday night marked the first time since April 17th the White Sox didn't hold SOLE possesion of first place a span of 351 total days. We can get 'em!:gt
              Johnson and now Goligoski gone.
              I hope that's all.

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              • #8
                Indians 4, White Sox 3(11 innings)

                The White Sox left 14 men on base in a 4-3, 11 inning loss to the visiting Cleveland Indians Wednesday afternoon.

                Cleveland got on the board in the 1st inning when starter Jose Contreras got himself in trouble early.With the bases loaded,Victor Martinez scored Jason Michaels on a sac fly.Then after Ben Broussard walked to reload the bases,Ronnie Belliard was hit by a pitch scoring Jhommy Peralta to make it a 2-0 Cleveland lead.

                The Sox got one back in the 4th when Rob Mackowiak's base hit scored Tadahito Iguchi to cut the Tribe lead to 2-1.

                The Sox got the tying and go-ahead runs in the bottom of the 6th inning.Gooch led off the inning with a single to center.Jim Thome was drilled in the back by a pitch from starter Cliff Lee.Konerko then walked to load the bases.The next batter Rob Mackowiak hit a sharp grounder to Broussard at 1st,who came up thorwing to C Victor Martinez to force Iguchi at home.

                Lee then hit AJ Pierzynski to score Thome to tie the game at 2.

                After Matt Miller replaced Lee,he got Juan Uribe to hit into a sac fly to RF Casey Blake,scoring Konerko to give the Sox a shrt-lived 3-2 lead.

                With rookie Boone Logan on the hill in the 8th inning,Sox killer Travis Hafner delivered a solo bomb deep into the RF seats to tie the game at 3.

                The Sox had a golden opportunity in the 9th to pull out a win.With 1 out,Gooch singled,then went to 2nd on a Guillermo Mota wild pitch,thus taking the bat out of Jim Thome's hand as he was walked intentionally.Konerko then struck out for the 2nd out,Mackowiak walked to load the bases before Pierzynski popped out to Peralta in short left field.

                After a scoreless 10th,the Tribe broke through against Neal Cotts as Casey Blake doubled home Jason micheals to untie the game.

                The Sox got a baserunner on in the 11th against closer Bob Wickman,but coudn't capitalize.

                Code:
                Cleveland 2  0  0   0  0  0   0  1  0   0  1- 4 13 1 
                White Sox 0  0  0   1  0  2   0  0  0   0  0- 3  8 0
                WP- Danny Graves(1-0)
                LP- Neal Cotts(0-1)
                Save- Bob Wickman(1)

                HR-CLE; Hafner(1)

                T: 4:00.
                Att: 33,586
                Weather: 48 degrees, sunny.
                Wind: 10 mph, In from CF.

                NOTES;Prior to the game,White Sox greats Harold Baines,Minnie Monoso,Billy Pierce,and Harold Baines presented the World Series Trophy to Ozzie Guillen.

                Jermaine Dye was lifted from the game after the 1st inning after having what was described as a knot in his left calf.Dye is day-to-dat and will be evaluated Thursday.

                White Sox batters were hit 3 times in the game.(Thome,Pierzynski,and Ozuna)

                Jose Contreras went 6 innings,giving up 2 runs on 6 hits,walking 2 and striking out 3.After a 27 pitch 1st inning,he settled down for the rest of his outing.

                The 3-4-5 men in the lineup(Thome,Konerko,Mackowiak) were a combined 1-13 in the game.

                Of the 14 men left on,7 were left in socring position.

                The Sox drop below .500 for the 1st time since September 20,2004.They were 74-75 at that point.

                White Sox record;1-2,4th place, 1 1/2 games behind Detoit.
                Last edited by Chisox73; 04-06-2006, 05:48 PM.

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                • #9
                  Royals 11,White Sox 7

                  The Chicago White Sox held a 6-0 lead after 3 1/2 innings of play tonight,but the host Kansas City Royals pounded the Sox the rest of the way in picking up thier 1st win of the season in front of a loud,boisterous crowd tonight.The royals defeated the Sox by an 11-7 count.

                  Thisng looked real good early for the south siders as they opened the 1st inning with 5 runs.The Sox loaded the bases in the 1st inning with 0 out when Paul Konerko doubled home Pablo Ozuna and Tadahito Iguchi for a quick 2-0 lead.

                  Joe Crede and Juan Uribe then singled home runs to up the lead to 4-0,and Rob Mackowiak's RBI groundout gave the Sox a 5-0 lead before starter Jon Garland took the mound.

                  The Sox added another run in the 3rd inning when with runners on 2nd and 3rd,catcher Chris Widger's sac fly scoring Konerko seemingly put the game away at 6-0.

                  But these weren't the Kansas City Royals that we all know and love.They began chipping away in the 4th inning as they began to tattoo Garland at will.In all fairness,LF Pablo Ozuna misplayed 2 deep flies in the inning,thanks to a howling wind blowing in from left.Ozuna first misplayed Reggie Sanders' fly ball allowing Mark Grudzielanek to score from 2nd.Later in the inning,Ozuna broke in for an Emil Brown fly ball,only to have to change directions,and by that time,it was too late,Brown had himself a double,scoring Sweeney and Sanders.

                  Angel Berroa then doubled to Ozuna scoring 2 more rus,and just like that,the Royals were back in the game at 6-5.

                  After the Sox scored a run in the 5th to make it 7-5,the Royals tied the game in the bottom of the inning on a wild picth and a run scoring sac fly to tie the game at 7.

                  John Buck gave KC the lead in the 6th with a double that ended up chasing Garland.Matt Thornton gave up another double to David DeJesus to close the book on Garland.

                  The Royals added single tallies in the 7th and 8th innings to complete the carnage.

                  Code:
                              1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 -  R  H E 
                  White Sox   5  0  1  0  1  0  0  0  0 -  7 14 1 
                  Kansas City 0  0  0  5  2  2  1  1  X - 11 13 0
                  WP- Mike Wood(1-0)
                  LP- Jon Garlnd(0-1)

                  HR- none

                  T: 2:51.
                  Att: 23,204.
                  Weather: 54 degrees, cloudy.
                  Wind: 8 mph, L to R.

                  ROYAL CROWNED; Jon Garland was torched for 9 runs,all earned on 10 hits in 5 1/3 innings.He walked 2 and struck out 6.Matt Thornton pitched 2 2/3 innings,giving up 2 runs on 3 hits,walking 4 and striking out 2.Thornton was generously clocked by the Kauffman Stadium speed gun at 101 on a couple of occasions tonight.

                  For the Sox at the plate tonight,Paul Konerko was 3-5 with a double,2 RBIs,and 3 runs scored.Juan Uribe was 3-5 with a double and an RBI.Pablo Ozuna was 2-4.And Joe Crede was 2-5 with a double,a run scored,and an RBI.

                  The Royals got 6 doubles in the game.

                  White Sox record;1-3,tied for 4th place with Minnesota,3 games behind Detroit
                  Last edited by RBi; 04-07-2006, 09:03 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Royals 4,White Sox 3

                    Mike Sweeney's 2-run line drive shot off Cliff Politte in the bottom of the 8th was the difference as the Kansas City Royals defeated the White sox for the 2nd straight game 4-3.

                    The Sox jumped out in front in the 4th on joe Crede's sac fly to center,scoring Jim Thome.

                    The Royals came back against starter Javier Vazquez in the 6th inning when Reggie Sanders doubled scoring Mark Grudzielanek and Mike Sweeney to give KC a 2-1 lead.

                    The White Sox re-took the lead in the top of the 8th inning when with Brian Anderson on 2nd,and Scott Podsednik at 1st,Jim Thome hit a ringing double off the left field wall off reliever Andrew Cisco to tie the game.Then 1 out later,AJ Pierzynski hit a sharp grounder to 1st baseman Doug Mientkewicz.He could not find the handle on the ball,and the pitcher did not cover 1st,so he had to eat the ball and Podsednik scored to give the Sox a short-libved 3-2 lead.

                    But in the bottom of the 8th with Cliff Politte on the hill,Grudzielanek led off with a single,then Sox killer Mike Sweeney lined a shot into the 1st row of the left field seats to give the Royals a 4-3 lead.

                    Ambiorix Burgos struck out the 1st 2 batters in the 9th before getting PH Ross Gload to fly out to center to end the game.

                    Code:
                                1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  R H E
                    White Sox   0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0- 3 6 1 
                    Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 X- 4 7 0
                    WP- Elmer Dessens(1-0)
                    LP- Cliff Politte(0-1)
                    Save- Ambiorix Burgos(1)

                    HR- KC; Sweeney(1)

                    T: 2:47.
                    Att: 18,031.
                    Weather: 51 degrees, sunny.
                    Wind: 9 mph, In from LF.

                    FEELING BLUE; Javier Vazquez turned in one of the best games by a Sox starter so far by going 7 innings,giving up 2 runs on 5 hits,walking 1 and striking out 7.

                    AJ Pierzynski was 2-4 for the Sox this afternoon.

                    Mike Sweeney is now hitting .322 in his career vs. the White Sox(128-for-397) with 29 home runs and 92 RBIs,the most against any opponent in his career.

                    White Sox record;1-4,4th place,3 1/2 games behind Detroit.

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                    • #11
                      Hey whats happening? I even thought they'd be u by 3 right now. If someone said the Tigers were up 4 games this early I would never have believed in it. Well keep up the good work. lol
                      "I don't like to sound egotistical, but every time I stepped up to the plate with a bat in my hands, I couldn't help but feel sorry for the pitcher."
                      -Rogers Hornsby-

                      "People ask me what I do in winter when there's no baseball. I'll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring."
                      -Rogers Hornsby-

                      Just a note to all the active members of BBF, I consider all of you the smartest baseball people I have ever communicated with and love everyday I am on here. Thank you all!

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                      • #12
                        White Sox 3,Royals 1

                        Buehrle's KC Masterpiece

                        Mark Buehrle put an end to the 4-game skid as he threw 8 innings of shutout ball as the White Sox took a 3-1 win at Kauffman Stadium this afternoon,salvaging the finale of a 3-game series.

                        Buehrle was on his game this afternoon,going 8 innings,giving up 6 hits and striking out 1,while throwing an economical 88 pitches.

                        Offensively,the Sox pretty much got all they needed in the 2nd inning when Joe Crede drove in a pair with a double to left,scoring Jermaine Dye and AJ Pierzynski.

                        Jim Thome put an exclamation point on the game with a mammoth solo blast to right field in the 8th inning off losing pitcher Scott Elarton.

                        Bobby Jenks pitched the 9th inning,allowing a home run to Reggie Sanders for the Royals' only tally.

                        Code:
                                    1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  R H E
                        White Sox   0  2  0  0  0  0  0  1  0- 3 5 1 
                        Kansas City 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  1- 1 7 2
                        WP- Mark Buehrle(1-0)
                        LP- Scott Elarton(0-2)
                        Save- Bobby Jenks(1)

                        HR- SOX;Thome(3)

                        Ejections;Royals manager Buddy Bell in the 9th

                        T- 2:17
                        Att- 15,094
                        Game time weather- Sunny,60 degrees
                        Wind- 12 mph L to R

                        NOTES;Jermaine Dye returned to the lineup for the 1st time since Wednesday.He went 1-2 officially with 2 walks.

                        Royals skipper Buddy Bell was tossed in the 9th inning after disputing a call by HP umpire Mike Winters on a diving catch by Joe Crede off the bat of Sox killer mike Sweeney.Crede caught a line drive,and lost the ball as he showed the ump the ball.3B ump Bruce Froemming initially ruled it an error on Crede,but was overruled by Winters.

                        White Sox record;2-4,4th place,3 games behind Cleveland and Detroit

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                        • #13
                          April 10- White Sox 5,Tigers 3

                          Freddy Notches 100th Career Win!


                          Freddy Garcia worked six innings to pick up his first win of the season. (Paul Sancya/AP)

                          The White Sox spoiled Detroit's home opener with an excellent all-around effort in a 5-3 win at Comerica Park this afternoon before a sellout crowd of 44,179.

                          Freddy Garcia pitched much better than he did last Tuesday vs. Cleveland,this time giving up 3 runs on 5 hits in 6 innings of work for his 1st win of the season.It was also his 100th career victory.Bobby Jenks pitched a 1-2-3 9th inning for his 2nd save.

                          Offensively,it was the long ball that did it for the Sox this afternoon.Jim Thome hit another absolute bomb in the 3rd inning off Tiger starter Jeremy Bonderman for a 2-run shot to tie the game at 2.

                          Joe Crede hit a line drive 2-run shot in the 6th and Paul Konerko cranked out his 1st of the season,a solo shot in the 8th.

                          The defense was also spectacular in the game,as Joe Crede flashed some leather,taking away a hit from Magglio Ordonez,and kepping the Tigers off the board in the 1st inning.Crede made another defensive gem in the 5th when he took a hit away from Placido Polanco.

                          Code:
                                     1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  R H E
                           White Sox 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0- 5 7 1 
                           Detroit   0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0- 3 7 0
                          WP- Freddy Garcia(1-1)
                          LP- Jeremy Bonderman(1-1)
                          Save- Bobby Jenks(2)

                          HR- SOX;Thome(4),Crede(1),Konerko(1)-DET;Monroe(2)

                          T- 2:14.
                          Att- 44,179.
                          Weather: 54 degrees, partly cloudy.
                          Wind: 12 mph, In from CF.


                          TIGER TAMING; Freddy Garcia got his velocity back this afternoon as his fastball was clocked consistently in the low-90s.His last outing,his fastball had been topped out at around 88 mph.

                          Paul Konerko was 2-3 with a walk,2 runs scored and a homer.Tadahito Iguchi was 2-4 with a run scored.

                          White Sox record;3-4,3rd place,2 2/2 games behind Cleveland.
                          Last edited by Chisox73; 04-10-2006, 06:15 PM.

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                          • #14
                            April 12- White Sox 4,Tigers 3

                            In a lightning quick game,the White Sox climbed back to the .500 mark with a 4-3 win over the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park this afternoon.

                            Jose Contreras picked up his 1st win of the season as he went 8 strong innings,giving up a solo home run to Craig Monroe in the 6th inning.He threw 110 pitches and 77 strikes,walking 1.striking out 2,on 6 hits.

                            Bobby Jenks gave up a 2-run homer to Chris Shelton in the 9th inning,while collecting his 3rd save of the season.

                            Jim Thome homered for the 5th time this season for the Sox in the 4th inning,a solo shot off Tigers pitcher Nate Robertson(1-1).

                            The Sox added 3 more in the 7th,highlighted by Paul Konerko's 2-run single scoring Tadahito Iguchi and Jim Thome.

                            Code:
                                       1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  R H E 
                             White Sox 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0- 4 6 0 
                             Detroit   0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2- 3 8 1
                            WP- Jose Contreras(1-0)
                            LP- Nate Robertson(1-1)
                            Save- Bobby Jenks(3)

                            HR-SOX;Thome(5)-DET;Monroe(3),Shelton(6)

                            T: 2:14.
                            Att: 12,601
                            Weather: 56 degrees, cloudy.
                            Wind: 15 mph, R to L.

                            NOTES;Thome's 5 home runs in 8 games matches the White Sox record for the fastest 5 homers set by Bob Niemann in 1951.

                            Thome and Konerko each went 2-4 in the game.Thome scored twice including a homer and a 7th inning dounble.

                            White Sox record;4-4,3rd place,2 games behind Cleveland
                            Last edited by Chisox73; 04-13-2006, 05:59 PM.

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                            • #15
                              April 13- White Sox 13,Tigers 9

                              In a game where effective pitching was practically non-existent,the White Sox survived a 13-9 sugfest against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park this afternoon completing thier first 3-game sweep of the year.

                              Starter Jon Garland was ineffective in his outing,despite picking up his 1st win of the year.Garland worked 5 innings,giving up 7 runs and tying a career high with 13 hits in the game.

                              This was a game that featured combined total of 38 hits.

                              The Sox got on the board against Tigers fireballer Justin Verlander in the 1st inning on back-to-back monster blasts by Tadahito Iguchi and Jim Thome.Yep,that guy again.

                              For Gooch,it was his 1st of the year.Thome now has 6.

                              The Sox looked like they were going to run away and hide in the 3rd inning when they scored 5 runs in the inning-all with 2 out to make it 7-1.That scorung barrage began wih an RBI single by Jermaine Dye,followed by an RBI double by AJ Pierzynski scoring Dye.Joe Crede singled home AJ to make it 6-1.Then SS Alex Cintron hit the 1st of his 2 triples in the game to score Crede to make it 7-1 Sox.

                              They added 2 more in the 4th on Thome's RBI double scoring Scott Podsednik,and would score himself on Dye's single to make it 9-1.

                              After Chris Shelton hit a 2-run homer(#7 for the season) for the Tigers in the bottom of the 4th,the Sox made it 10-3 on Cintron's 2nd triple of the game scoring Joe Crede.

                              But Garland ran into a whole heap of trouble in the 5th.Former Sox slugger Magglio Ordonez took Garland deep for a 2-run shot to cut the lead to 10-5.Carlos Guillen doubled later in the inning to score Shelton to make it 10-6.Then Craig monroe drove home Guillen to make it 10-7.

                              Detroit made it 10-8 in the 6th against Brandon McCarthy when Ivan Rodriguez' base hit scored Placido Polanco.Podsednik's error in left allowed Pudge to advance to 2nd.He was eventually stranded there.

                              In the White Sox 7th,Iguchi doubled scoring Briann Anderson and Podsednik to give the Sox a 4-run cushion at 12-8.They added another on Paul Konerko's single scoring Gooch for a 13-8 margin.

                              But,as it usually is in baseball,no lead is safe.Detroit closed the gap in the 8th inning when Polanco's groundout scored Omar Infante to make it 13-9 White Sox.

                              The Tigers did not go away quietly in the 9th against Matt Thornton,as the Tigers loaded the bases on 3 singles until Curtis Granderson,representing the tying run at the plate was called out looking to end a wild game in Detroit.

                              Whew!

                              Code:
                                        1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9   R  H E 
                              White Sox 2  0  5  2  1  0  3  0  0- 13 17 1 
                              Detroit   1  0  0  2  4  1  0  1  0-  9 21 0
                              WP- Jon Garland(1-0)
                              LP- Justin Verlander(1-1)

                              HR-SOX;Iguchi(1),Thome(6)-DET;Shelton(7),Ordonez(3)

                              T: 3:12.
                              Att: 14,027
                              Weather: 75 degrees, sunny.
                              Wind: 15 mph, Out to LF

                              HITSVILLE USA; The 38 hits by the 2 teams this afternoon is a Comerica Park record.15 individual players recorded at least 2 hits.Both teams left 10 men on base in the game.

                              The last time the Tigers had 21 or more hits,and lost was back in 1934.

                              In 2 starts so far this season,Jon Garland has pitched 10 2/3 innings,giving up 16 earned runs on 23 hits for an 13.94 ERA.

                              Jim Thome has homered in 4 consecutive games,tying AJ Pierzynski for 2nd on the all-tim White Sox consecutive game HR list.Carlo Lee went deep in 5 straight games in April,2003.

                              Alex Cintron became the 1st Sox player to hit 2 triples in a game since Jose Valentin did it on June 18,2004 against the Montreal Expos at Olympic Stadium.

                              Struggling Scott Podsednik(.059) and Brian Anderson(.154) were the only starters to not get a hit.Bot however did reach base via the walk.

                              Thome was officially 2-3 with 2 walks and 3 runs scored,raising his average to .379. Konerko was 3-6 with an RBI to raise his average to .324

                              The White Sox have won 11 of the last 13 games at Comerica,and are now 35-21 all-time at Comerica.

                              White Sox record;5-4,tied for 2nd place,1 1/2 games behind Cleveland
                              Last edited by Chisox73; 04-13-2006, 06:04 PM.

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