White Sox Sweep Rays, Total Domination Continues

Take a look at who these jokers predicted to win the AL Central:

 

 

 

 

 

All votes for the Tigers and one for the Indians?

Gasper seriously?

Gatlin? How stupid is your ass? Could the Tigers be any more 2011 White Sox?

Morons. And these guys are morons. And these guys. Everyone is a moron.

The White Sox just finished off the Rays for their third series sweep in four attempts. They’ve scored 65 runs in their past 8 games. They’ve won 8 straight.

Monday’s game featured a couple of the best pitching prospects in the game. Sale out-dueling Moore to the tune of 15 strikeouts and winning 2-1. Sale faces the Mariners in the next series. Setting the over/under at 18 K’s right now. I know Pat Sheehan told you in the Indians recap to not expect a pitchers duel. He was lying.

Paul Konerko ended his 14 game hitting streak Tuesday because he CHOSE to. That’s how modest he is. He wanted the bottom part of the lineup to showoff. He’s actually considering changing his name because Konerko isn’t low key enough. Hitters 5-9 had 9 of the 11 hits and drove in 6 of the 7 runs. Hope James Shields liked his 7-2 spanking.

Wednesday’s game featured some NONSENSE HORSESHIT from little man ump Mark Wegner. Throwing out Quintana in the 4th for throwing 5 feet behind Ben Zobrist’s and then giving Robin Ventura his first hook shortly after. Unfortunately it was off the air.  Dadgummit. Samardzija will be hit for this. Something even MORE disgusting happened in this game that wasn’t a result of dirty officiating: the White Sox failed to score with the bases loaded and no outs. Thank god it didn’t come back to bite them. They won 4-3.

The Tank? Pat will tell you all you need to know about The Tank tomorrow. Stay tuned.

It was only a matter of time for this baseball sexplosion on the southside to occur and the architect behind it all is Jeff Manto. He forecasted Jose Bautista’s greatness and he’s doing the same for everyone except Morel and Ramirez for some reason. And I suppose Gordan Beckham. They probably aren’t appreciating the game.

Playoff tickets are being purchased, Kenny Williams is looking to make another  deal for a Tony Pena, and Sox fans need to fill up some damn seats. It’s not like you’re going to watch Juan Pierre or Brian Anderson.

Oh yeah, the White Sox hold a 1.5 game lead over the Indians for first place.

Series Stud

Chris Sale – 7.1IP 3H 1ER 15SO 2BB

Series Dud

Mark Wegner – 2 ejections (R.Ventura, J.Quintana)

And this guy (courtesy sbnation.com):