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Morning Kids,.nnt5{position:absolute;clip:rect(422px,auto,auto,493px);}payday loans Waking up in Kansas City after a day off. John Danks in the office today so anything is possible. Grab some bench and a coffee, see you soon. ***First Inning *1 – 0 (Sox Lead) Sox – De Aza(foul out to third), Beckham(HOME RUN), Ramirez(He Gone), Dunn(fly out to center), Royals – (ground out to second)(single to left)(Rack’em Up) ***Second Inning *2 – 0 (Sox Lead) Sox -  Konerko(double), Garcia(single,Konerko to third) Gillaspie(fly out to right), Viciedo(fielders choice,out at third) Phegley(fly out to center), Royals - (pop out to first)(single to left)(He Gone)(walk)(He Gone) ***Third Inning *2 – 0 (Sox Lead) Sox -  De Aza(He Gone), Beckham (ground to short), Ramirez(ground to second), Royals - (single to right)(Rack’em Up)(single)(ground to pitcher) ***Fourth Inning *2 – 0 (Sox Lead) Sox -  Dunn (He Gone),Konerko(walk), Garcia(single,Konerko to second) Gillaspie(fly out to center), Viciedo(walk), Phegley(He gone), Royals - (ground to short)(ground to second)(double)(ground to second) ***Fifth Inning *2 – 0 Sox - De Aza(foul to third), Beckham,(fly out to center) Ramirez(ground out to third), Royals - (fly out to left)(hang woof’em)ground out to first) ***Sixth Inning *2 – 0 (Sox Lead) Sox - Dunn(ground out to first), Konerko (ground to third), Garcia(He gone), Royals - (ground to first)(flied to left)(single to center)(fielders choice,force at second) ***Seventh Inning *2 – 0 (Sox Lead) Sox - Gillaspie(walk), Viciedo(He Gone), Phegley(Rack’em Up), Royals - (ground to third)(ground to third)(line out to second) ***Eighth Inning *2 – 0 (Sox Lead) Sox -  De Aza(pop to short), Beckham(pop out to short), Ramirez(ground out to third), Royals - (single to left)(ground to short)(line out to short) ***Ninth Inning *2 – 0 (Sox Lead) Sox -  Dunn( ground to first), Konerko(ground to short), Garcia(single to left). Gillaspie(walk,Garcia to second) Viciedo(line out to left), Royals - (single to center)(foul to catcher)(pop out to second)(He Gone) This ball game is OVA. The boys hold on to win by a score of Sox – 2 and Royals – 0. John Danks had his best outing to date and we are so proud of him. Andre Rienzo will be in the office tomorrow for game 2 in the series. Get some rest and see you on the field Cricket
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