Tuesday, March 18, 2008

3-17-08: Sox 4 - Brewers 4

The White Sox finally tied a game. Maybe it was because they didn't wear their traditional green uniforms on St. Patrick's Day. The Brewers got to wear their green caps, but the Sox were sans green this year. That was a bit dissapointing. I love the green uniforms on St. Patrick's Day. I always thought it was cool that the Sox would auction off the uniforms for charity afterwards.

Javier Vazquez had another strong outing. Out of the four runs that crossed the plate, only one was earned. The bullpen was outstanding. They kept the Brewers scoreless in relief through the tenth inning.

The good:
Javier Vazquez was decent on the mound and a demon at the plate!

Pablo Ozuna was 2 for 5.

The bad:
Alexei Ramirez was caught stealing. It's bound to happen from time to time.

Brian Anderson's hot hitting spring cooled for this game. He went 0 for 4.

The ugly:
Josh Fields' error led to three runs.

This was definitely a winnable game, but anything can happen in baseball. This is proven game after game. The pitching staff was solid. The hitting was a little sketchy, but still there. I'm still bummed that there wasn't a stitch of green to be found on the Sox. If you haven't guessed, it's my favorite color. I'm always in a good mood when the Sox wear it.

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