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Instant Rationalization - Sox win, I guess

Instant Rationalization - Sox win, I guess
There were nine innings in this game.  Nine of them.  All of these innings matter equally–in that no inning is statistically more significant than the other–but in a one-game situation, they don’t.  Innings become what you make of them. The first eight innings were dominated by the White Sox.  Peavy threw seven quality, walk-free frames,... Read more »

Instant Rationalization - Sox finally play poorly enough to lose one

Instant Rationalization - Sox finally play poorly enough to lose one
Four home runs allowed by Gavin Floyd, two errors, Zach Stewart, Hector Santiago and Jesse Crain combining for three walks in a combined 1.2 innings. And yet, it wouldn’t take much convincing of any White Sox fan in attendance that their team would pull it out once more.  At least until the 12th inning. Despite... Read more »