Found April 10, 2013 on Suicide Squeeze:
Morning All What an interesting game that was yesterday. Anything that could happen did and I am almost afraid to see what today bring. Gavin Floyd is the starting pitcher and with the injury to Gordon Beckham I have no clue what the lineup will be for the game. The batters hit a large amount of foul balls, putting the pitchers on both side through a real workout. My link is fired up so Cinch it up and hunker down and let’s win this thing. Have a delay in the game starting, so as soon as I have info, will fill you in. (Umpires stuck in traffic) First Inning - Alejandro De Aza, Jeff Keppinger (single to center) Alex Rios (double) Adam Dunn (grounded to first,Keppinger scored) Paul Konerko. Score 1 – 0 SOX  Second Inning - Alexei Ramirez, Conor Gillaspie, Tyler Flowers, * 1 – 0 White Sox Third Inning –  Gavin Floyd, back to the top with De Aza, Keppinger * No change in score Fourth Inning – Rios (single) ,Dunn, Konerko (single) Ramirez Nationals – home run, run scored from second * 2 – 1 Fifth Inning – Gillaspie (single)  Flowers (hit into double play)  Floyd Nationals – run scored from second *3 – 1 Sixth Inning –  De Aza (double) Keppinger (out,moving Runner to third)  Rios (Out,  De Aza  scores) Dunn Nationals-run scored (Donnie Veal up throwing in Bullpen)(run scored) *5- 2 (Donnie Veal now on the mound)(Nate Jones on mound) Seventh Inning – Konerko, Ramirez, Gillaspie (single) Flowers Time for a stretch *5-2 Eighth Inning – Dewayne Wise (single)(stole second)  De Aza, Rios *5-2 Hector Santiago now on the mound Ninth Inning – Dunn, Ramirez (single) Gillaspie *5-2 Washington Nationals hold on to WIN Washington leads the series 2 – to 0 with the final game of the three game series tomorrow night. This article has been read (1) times
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