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  • *OFFICIAL* 6-27-21 Split Doubleheader Postgames Thread

    Lambert made Game 2 more interesting than necessary.

    Even so, we gain half a game on Cleveland.

    Maybe Mercedes and Collins have...
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  • *OFFICIAL* 6/12/21 Good Pitching, Good Hitting, GoodWin SOX 15 DET 2 Postgamer

    Cease could have gone longer but it’s prudent to save his arm given the amount of time he had to spend in the dugout when the Sox were hitting. Burr...
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    started a topic *Official 4/12 Cleveland Throws It Away*

    *Official 4/12 Cleveland Throws It Away*

    Bizarre night, from Len on the TV call to Keuchel starting to the wild walkoff ending..

    What in the hell was with the flashing lights after...
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  • Playoffs!!!


    Sox fans have been waiting twelve years for today - twelve long frustrating years. Along the way we've seen our share of bad baseball. We've had to endure so many bad players, partial rebuilds and finally a full tear down to start from scratch with a bunch of kids. Last year we started to see some of the fruits as young players came on to show promise and help give a glimpse of the future and then everything got put on hold. The whole world got put on hold and all we could do is scratch our heads and say, "what now?" As Bill Veeck once quipped ""If there is any justice in this world, to be a White Sox fan frees a man from any other form of penance."

    But the season finally got going in late July and after a slow start and a lot of hand wringing and questions, much of it brought on by our nemesis from Minnesota in the first week of the season, the Sox took off. The young kids started hitting and the defense looked solid and they had not one but two or even three MVP candidates at various times. Entering these final two weeks against much tougher competition the Sox were the #1 team in the American League, but standing in our way was that very same Twinkies team. Some were convinced this would be the moment the Sox proved to be pretenders, getting fat on weak competition and now the butchers bill was due. Monday they won a squeaker. Tuesday was easier as rookie Pitcher Dane Dunning in only his 5th start rose up and led the team to victory. Wednesday our ace let us down a bit and the offense couldn't get anything going and the Sox took a painful loss, more so with the match-up coming Thursday day with Minnesota sending an ace to the mound as the Sox went with Renaldo "Mr. Wishy-Washy" Lopez. ...
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