Monday, September 29, 2008

Tiebreaker tomorrow - White Sox stay alive to face the Twins



The Minnesota Twins must be shaking right now. The Chicago White Sox won yesterday, forcing a makeup game against Detroit to actually matter, and won that game tonight by the score of 8-2. Chicago 2nd baseman Alexei Ramirez hit a grand slam off of the Tigers' relief pitcher Gary Glover in the 6th inning, essentially sealing the White Sox victory.




The White Sox will host the Minnesota Twins tomorrow - the winner goes into October (um, literally a few hours later), and the loser goes into the off-season. I love this time of year.




(C'mon, Ken Griffey... oh, and I'm also pulling for the White Sox if only because I think baseball should be played outdoors. Sorry, Metrodome fans - in all fairness, I'll try and visit it before it closes next year)

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