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Sox vs. Twinks -- Garcia vs. Radke

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The White Sox have had six different 3-game losing streaks this season. None of them have extended to 4 games. The Sox have always had a stopper just around the corner with their top-ranked pitching staff. Tonight is the exception.

Freddy Garcia has been poor in his outings at USCF, going 2-4 with a 5.01 ERA there this season. Both he and Twins starter Brad Radke are known for their predeliction to giving up first inning runs. Radke, specifically, gives up a lot of first inning home runs.

Knowing this, Ozzie stacked his first inning line-up with power hitters like Timo Perez. Jermaine Dye gets the day off in RF making way for Brian Anderson's major league debut.

Radke and Garcia tend to settle down and put up zeros for the remainder of the game. With these two offenses, and the teams' respective bullpens, expect the team who scores first to win. Should they be tied after one inning, the likely winner will be determined by whichever manager blinks first, running out their worst reliever, Jon Adkins or Terry Mulholland.

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