Big Bats Prevail…Sox Win Again, 8-3


Two games. Two victories. 23 runs. 29 hits.
And did I mention the impressive batting averages?: Carlos Quentin, .625. Gordon Beckham, .625. Adam Dunn, .429, Paul Konerko, .429. Juan Pierre, .375., A.J. Pierzynski, .333. Brent Morel, .333.
All is well so far in SoxWorld. Guess that 11-20-1 spring training mark didn’t mean a thing. John Danks will be on the mound tomorrow as the Pale Hose go for the opening series sweep.
Final Note: I will be off “on assignment” for the next week so Art of the Pale Hose might not appear as frequently. I’ll be back on my regular schedule soon.

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                                            Quentin and Beckham: On Fire

2 Comments

Wil OH Man!!

Middle relief is not starting the way the White Sox need, at least the bats were going until this afternoon.
http://wrigleyregular.mlblogs.com/

Wil OH Man!!

Middle relief is not starting the way the White Sox need, at least the bats were going until this afternoon.
http://wrigleyregular.mlblogs.com/

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