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#61 RSNLoyalty

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 02:26 PM

Just not enough, damn it we needed this win. This week has alot riding on it.

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 02:31 PM

Just not enough, damn it we needed this win. This week has alot riding on it.

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Means just as much as every other week of the year.

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 02:48 PM

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 03:07 PM

Chicago WSox                       ab  r  h  2b  3b  hr  rbi  w  k  avg.

 Podsednik, Scott lf                  3  0  1   0   0   0    0  1  0  .285

 Iguchi, Tadahito 2b                  2  0  0   0   0   0    1  2  0  .284

 Everett, Carl dh                     5  0  1   0   0   0    0  0  3  .261

 Konerko, Paul 1b                     4  2  2   1   0   1    1  0  0  .278

 Rowand, Aaron cf                     3  0  1   1   0   0    0  0  1  .280

 Perez, Timo rf                       3  0  1   0   0   0    1  0  0  .226

 Widger, Chris c                      4  0  0   0   0   0    0  0  1  .235

 Blum, Geoff 3b                       4  1  2   0   1   0    0  0  0  .203

 Uribe, Juan ss                       4  2  3   1   0   1    2  0  0  .256

  Totals                             32  5 11   3   1   2    5  3  5 

 

  Boston                             ab  r  h  2b  3b  hr  rbi  w  k  avg.

 Youkilis, Kevin 3b                   4  0  0   0   0   0    0  0  2  .264

 Renteria, Edgar ss                   4  0  0   0   0   0    0  0  3  .284

 Ortiz, David dh                      3  0  0   0   0   0    0  1  1  .292

 Ramirez, Manny lf                    4  0  1   0   0   0    0  0  1  .285

 Nixon, Trot rf                       4  1  1   1   0   0    0  0  1  .287

 Varitek, Jason c                     4  0  0   0   0   0    0  0  2  .296

 Millar, Kevin 1b                     4  1  1   1   0   0    0  0  1  .276

 Graffanino, Tony 2b                  4  1  1   0   0   1    3  0  0  .307

 Kapler, Gabe cf                      3  0  1   0   0   0    0  0  0  .250

  Totals                             34  3  5   2   0   1    3  1 11 

 

  Chicago WSox      0 0 0  1 2 1  0 0 1  --  5

  Boston            0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 3  --  3

 

     E_T.Iguchi, G.Blum. LOB_Chicago WSox 7, Boston 6. 2B_P.Konerko, 

 A.Rowand, J.Uribe, T.Nixon, K.Millar. 3B_G.Blum. HR_P.Konerko (34) off

 C.Schilling, J.Uribe (11) off C.Harville, T.Graffanino (5) off B.Jenks.

 S_S.Podsednik, T.Iguchi, T.Perez. SB_S.Podsednik (56).

 

  Chicago WSox                IP      H  R ER BB SO  HR  PC-ST   ERA

 McCarthy, Brandon (W 2-1)     7      3  0  0  1  7   0 121-81  5.08

 Politte, Cliff               2-3     0  0  0  0  1   0  18-11  2.20

 Marte, Damaso                1-3     0  0  0  0  1   0    7-4  3.02

 Jenks, Bobby                  1      2  3  0  0  2   1  20-16  2.22

 

  Boston                      IP      H  R ER BB SO  HR  PC-ST   ERA

 Schilling, Curt (L 5-7)     6 1-3    9  4  4  3  4   1 118-80  6.83

 Foulke, Keith               1 2-3    0  0  0  0  1   0  31-22  5.93

 Harville, Chad                1      2  1  1  0  0   1    9-7 13.50

 

 HBP_by C.Politte (G.Kapler), by K.Foulke (A.Rowand). 

 T_3:11. A_35,673.

 Umpires_Home, Larry Young; First, Eric Cooper; 

 Second, Fieldin Culbreth; Third, Marvin Hudson.

 

 

 

 09/05 15:57:51 ET


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Posted 05 September 2005 - 06:46 PM

This is a rather harsh assessment.
What exactly did he "give up"?
--One run in the 4th on a double and then a bleeder two-out single just out of Renteria's reach.
-- two runs in the 5th on a single, double and two straight sacrifices by chicago
-- A deep home run on an hanging curve to konerko

With the exception of the homerun, Chicago wasn't exactly beating the cover off the ball. The four runs he gave up are only magnified because the Red Sox did nothing offensively.
Schilling isn't where he was last year, but he was much improved from his first two starts. Much improved. Don't forget he worked out of a no-out "manny triple" in the third without a run scoring.
To say his starting status should be in doubt because of today's game is just laughable.

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Last outing he started off bad but finished strong. People said "oh, he worked out the early kinks, he's coming around." This time, he started off well, but then gave up runs in three consecutive innings. I appreciate as much as anyone what he did last year, but now, if he was even the fifth pitcher in the rotation, Joe Blow, management should be getting impatient by now. His era is still well over 6. Being Curt Schilling, I suppose he'll get all the chances in the world to work it out. I watch what other teams do, and it seems like when an ace goes out for injury, then comes back, he's the ace again. Hardin, Prior, Sheets, even Wells, for example, came back strong. I know Schilling's injury was more serious, but, at some point you have to call a spade a spade, and an ace an ace. He's no ace, still, and I don't know if he ever will be again.




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