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CrossTown Classic Continues

With the Sox pulling off a long 13 inning victory and the Cubs coming off a tough sweep from the Detroit Tigers, these 2 teams get ready to pull out all the stops and face off again in this series.  With the all time series tied at 34-34, these two teams are looking to catch up in their divisions and see if they can start a win streak to pull them closer to their hot division leaders.

With the Sox now 6 games behind Detroit and Detroit on a 7 game win streak, they are looking to keep the W's rolling and hope for a little magic from the Houston Astros.  Hopefully the Sox can continue their hard hitting ways at home as we have seen the past 2 days... The Sox could use some more wins at home, as that is where they have struggled this year, after going 54-28 at home in 2008.

In the first game of this series it will be Jose Contreras (2-6, 5.23 ERA) taking the bump for the White Sox as he will be facing Randy Wells (1-3, 2.57 ERA) of the Cubs.

I will predict this game as a White Sox winner, with the way Jose has been pitching after his minor league stint and the score will be 6-2, White Sox Winner!

GO SOX!!!

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