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  • #31
    April 22- White Sox 9,Twins 2


    Jermaine Dye (left) rounds third after hitting a three-run homer in the first. (Jeff Roberson/AP)

    Jermaine Dye and AJ Pierzynski each had 3 hits apiece as they helped lead the White Sox to thier 11th win in thier last 12 games with a 9-2 pounding of the Minnesota Twins at US Cellular Field tonight.

    Dye got things going in the 1st inning when he belted a 3-run homer off Brad Radke(2-2) and the Sox never looked back.

    Tadahito Iguchi made it 4-0 in the 2nd when he doubled to score Rob Mackowiak.

    The Twins finally got on the board in the 5th when after Lew ford singled,stole 2nd,and stole 3rd,Luis Rodriguez grounded out,scoring Ford to make it a 4-1 Sox lead.

    Dye struck again in the Sox half of the 5th when he doubbled to left,scoring Jim Thome to make it 5-1.Then afer AJ Pierzynski walked to load the bases,Joe Crede grounds out to the shortstop scoring Paul Konerko to make it 6-1.

    Torii Hunter homered in the 6th inning to make it 6-2 Sox.

    The Sox scored 1 in the 7th on Crede's RBI single scoring Dye to make it 7-2.

    But Jim Thome would save the best for last in the White Sox 8th when he smoked an 0-1 offering from Twins reliever Jesse Crain deep into the right field seats for a 2-run bomb,his 9th of the season,making it a 9-2 game.

    White Sox starter Freddy Garcia went 6 2/3 innings,running out of gas in the 7th.In that inning,the Twins loaded the bases on 3 Sox pitchers(Garcia,Boone Logan,and Brandon McCarthy) before McCarthy got torii hunter to fly out to end the inning.

    Bobby Jenks pitched the 9th inning,giving up a hit,and striking out tony Batista to end it.


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    [COLOR="Navy"]Minnesota[/COLOR] 0  0  0  0  1  1  0  0  0- 2 11 0 
    WHITE SOX 3  1  0  0  2  0  1  2  X- 9 16 0
    WP- Freddy Garcia(3-1)
    LP- Brad Radke(2-2)

    HR- MIN;Hunter(5)-SOX; Dye(3),Thome(9)

    T: 3:01.
    Att: 38,955(sellout)
    Weather: 60 degrees, cloudy.
    Wind: 10 mph, L to R

    TWIN KILLINGS; Jim Thome scored in his 17th consecutive game to start the season,a Major League record.Thome also tied the White Sox record for most homers in the month of April with his 9th of the season.Only Frank Thomas in 1996 hit 9 homers in April.

    Thome also walked twice,extending his ML lead to 20 this season.

    Freddy Garcia picked up his 102nd ML victory,tying former Sox hurler Wilson Alvarez for most career wins by a Venezuelan native.

    Jermaine Dye has 9 hits in his last 15 at-bats with runners in scoring position.

    White Sox record;12-5,1st place, 1 1/2 games ahead of Detroit
    Last edited by Chisox73; 04-22-2006, 09:09 PM.

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    • #32
      April 23- White Sox 7,Twins 3

      White Sox swat to sweep


      Juan Uribe watches the flight of his three-run homer in the sixth. (Jeff Roberson/AP)

      Juan Uribe went deep twice this afternoon to help propel the Chicago White Sox to a 7-3 win to complete a 3-game sweep of the Minnesota Twins at US Cellular Field this afternoon.

      The win now extends the White Sox current winning streak to 8 games,and 12 of the last 13 games.

      After the Twins jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the 1st inning off starter Jose Contreras,the Sox tied it up in the 3rd inning against Twins starter Carlos Silva.Scott Podsednik led off with a double,then went to 3rd on Tadahito Iguchi's single,then Pods came home on Jim Thome's sac fly to tie the game at 1.

      The Sox took the lead for good in the 4th inning on back-to-back homers from Joe Crede and Juan Uribe to make it 3-1.

      After Joe Mauer homered in the 6th to bring Minnesota to within 1 at 3-2,the Sox exploded for 4 runs in the bottom of the frame.Highlighted by back-to-back blasts by Uribe,who hit a 3-run shot,and Brian Anderson,his 1st of the season,making it a 7-2 game.

      The Twins added a single tally in the 9th inning off Cliff Politte.

      Code:
      [COLOR="Navy"]Minnesota[/COLOR] 1  0  0  0  0  1  0  0  1- 3  8 0 
      WHITE SOX 0  0  1  2  0  4  0  0  X- 7 14 0
      WP- Jose Contreras(3-0)
      LP- Carlos Silva(1-3)

      HR- MIN; Mauer(1)- SOX; Crede(3),Uribe 2(3),Anderson(1)

      T: 2:24.
      Att: 38,102(sellout)
      Weather: 65 degrees, sunny.
      Wind: 17 mph, Out to LF.

      SWEEP DREAMS; This was the 1st White Sox sweep of the Twins at home since June 30-July 2,2003.

      The Sox hit back-to-back homers today was the 1st time that they have done this since June 11,2000 when Frank Thomas and Magglio Ordonez followed by Ray Durham and Jose Valentin did it aginst the Chicago Cubs.

      Jim Thome failed to reach base today,going 0-4 and snappping his Major League record 17 games at the outset of the season scoring a run.Thome had an RBI sac fly and hit the ball hard every time.

      Jose Contreras went 8 innings for his 3rd win of the season,extending his personal winning streak to 11 regular season games dating back to August 21,2005.Contreras gave up 2 runs on 6 hits,walking 3 and striking out 2.

      Uribe and Anderson combined for 5 hits from the bottom of the lineup this afternoon.Both were coming into today's action hitting below .200 on the year.

      The Sox have now won 10 straight against AL Central opponents this year.

      White Sox record;13-5,1st place, 2 games ahead of Detroit

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      • #33
        White Sox 2006 slogan

        Kind of lame but how about "There can be only one and they're on the South Side":gt :gt

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