The White Sox were looking for a hero. Again.
They also were looking for justice for
They got neither. Again.
Wait, is this last year?
I was hoping for a change. I’m sure the Sox were, too. I’ll bet they expected it.
Same act, different year.
The Sox looked as if they had found some heroes in their opener against the two-time AL champion Rangers in Texas.
hammered a prodigious homer to right center to get the Sox within 2-1. Then
came up big with a two-out, full-count single that scored
on a blessedly aggressive decision by third-base coach
We’ve seen this movie before. Everybody dies in the end.
Especially Danks’ record. After starting 0-8 last year when he didn’t totally deserve it, Danks has an 0-1 record he didn’t totally deserve. He allowed three earned runs in six innings, allowing six hits while striking out six and walking none.
The Sox needed Danks to provide a shut-down inning after they tied it in the top of the sixth, and he nearly provided it. But a bad hop at
on a likely double play put the Rangers up a run, and, well, one run late appears to be too much for these Sox.
At least, it will be until they prove it isn’t.