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White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 3, Athletics 2

Brent Lillibridge robs the Oakland’s Coco Crisp of a home run in the eighth inning. (Nuccio DiNuzzo, Chicago Tribune / June 11, 2011) Lillibridge with catch!! Jesse Crain comes in to close Danks wins second straight

White Sox in Haiku: Athletics 7, White Sox 5

Sergio Santos sits alone on the bench after blowing the save in Friday night’s loss to the A’s. (Chris Sweda, Chicago Tribune / June 10, 2011) Two outs in the ninth And two strikes on next batter Santos falls apart

White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 9, Athletics 4

Adam Dunn makes his way through the White Sox’s dugout after hitting a two-run home run during the third inning, his first homer since May 24. (Scott Strazzante, Chicago Tribune / June 9, 2011) What? Dunn gets a hit? What? Dunn’s hit is a home run? Now Oakland is Dunn!
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White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 4, Athletics 3

West Coast trip success End up with six-three recordBy beating the A’s

White Sox in Haiku: Athletics 6, White Sox 2

A young A’s pitcherSubdues the Sox once againNow they face Cahill

White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 4. Athletics 3

Humber pitches six Then the bullpen saves the day Sox beat A’s four three
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White Sox in Haiku: Athletics 7, White Sox 4

(Phil Velasquez, Chicago Tribune / April 13, 2011) Ozzie Guillen pulls reliever Jesse Crain in the 9th. “I don’t have closer” Closer collapse continues Another lead blown

White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 6, Athletics 5

(Chris Sweda, Chicago Tribune / April 12, 2011) Teammates mob Alexei Ramirez as he crosses the plate after hitting a game-winning home run in the 10th inning. Home run then home runRamirez then Ramirez White Sox win in tenth

White Sox in Haiku: Athletics 2, White Sox 1

Buehrle dominantPierre, Thornton, offense aren’t Sox lose in extras
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Cubs In Haiku: Great Weather, Bad Baseball

    Sunny in Mesa85 degrees, clear skiesAbysmal baseball We’ve seen two games so far, and while the weather’s been great the Cubs have not looked good.  Remember when Alfonso Soriano would throw out runners trying to score from third on fly balls to left?  On Tuesday he threw the ball into the third base... Read more »