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Morning Kids,.rab2{position:absolute;clip:rect(453px,auto,auto,476px);}approval cash advance It’s game one of a three game series with the Toronto Blue Jays with the Sox giving the mound pass to Dylan Axelrod. Grab a coffee and see you for the first pitch. ***First Inning *2 – 0 (Jays lead) Jays - (single)(HOME RUN)(Popped out to Catcher)(ground out to second)(walk)(fly out to right) Sox – De Aza(single)(stolen base), Ramirez(pitcher to first), Rios(fly out to right), Konerko(third to first), ***Second Inning *3 – 2 (Sox lead) Jays - (popped out to third)(ground out to pitcher)(ground out to second) Sox -  Dunn(single), Viciedo(fly out to right), Keppinger(single to left), Beckham(single to right), Gimenez(Sac Fly,run scores), De Aza(Single,runners scored), Ramirez(single to left), Rios(ground out to second), ***Third Inning *4 – 2 (Sox Lead) Jays - (single)(walk)(struck out)(flied out to left)(walk)(fly out to center) Sox - Konerko(lined out to first), Dunn(HOME RUN), Viciedo(double), Keppinger(lined out to second), Beckham(hit by a pitch)(picked off at second), Gimenez(walk), ***Fourth Inning *7 – 5 (Sox Lead) Jays - (single)(fly out to left)(single,runners at first and second)(popped out to second)(HOME RUN)(walk)(fly out to deep left) Sox -  De Aza(lined out to second), Ramirez(double), Rios(popped out to second,Ramirez to third) Konerko(hit by pitch), Dunn(HOME RUN), Viciedo(ground out to pitcher), ***Fifth Inning Dylan Axelrod passes to Nate Jones *7 – 6 (Sox Lead) Jays - (HOME RUN) (single)(struck out)(hit into double play) Sox - Keppinger(fly out to left), Beckham(fly out to right center), Gimenez(ground out to pitcher), ***Sixth Inning Nate Jones passes off to Matt Thornton *7 – 6 (Sox Lead) Jays - (single)(single,runners at first and second)(struck out)(pop out in foul territory first base side)(struck out) Sox -  De Aza(struck out), Ramirez(single), Rios(single to right), Konerko(flied out to right), ***Seventh Inning Matt Thornton passes to Matt Lindstrom passes to Jesse Crain *7 – 6 (Sox lead) Jays - (struck out)(fly out to right)(single)(walk)(walk)(bases loaded)(struck out) Sox - Dunn(walk), Viciedo(hit into double play), Keppinger(ground out to third), ***Eighth Inning -  *10 – 6 (Sox Lead) Jays - (popped out to third)(single)(double,runners at second and third)(ground out to pitcher)(ground out to short) Sox - Beckham(single to left),Gimenez(single,runners at first and third)(Casper Wells in to run) De Aza(struck out), Ramirez(single,Beckham scores) Rios(struck out), Konerko(single)(Ramirez scores), Dunn(single), Jordan Danks(ground out to first) ***Ninth Inning Jesse Crain passes to  Addison Reed, Tyler flowers behind the plate *10 – 6 (Sox Lead) Jays - (ground out to third)(struck out)(ground out to first) I made the cardinal sin today when working the game. I did not check a spelling before writing something and I can’t apologize for the mistake enough. The White Sox showed a video of former Sox Pitcher Mark Buehrle who is now with the Toronto Blue Jays. It was on the fly that the video was announced and I just wanted to get the word out.  I am human and I do make mistakes. So one again to the Sox fans out there my apologizes. That is the game kids, The Sox win a Fog delayed game by a score of 10 to 6. Jose Quintana is on the mound tomorrow for the Sox in-game two of the three game series. Be careful driving home. See you on the field Cricket This article has been read (2) times

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