The White Sox as usual decided today would be a great day to mess with the fans again. They played a doubleheader against the Twins and wouldn’t you know they took both games?! It was the first time they did it in Minnesota since 1976. The afternoon game featured a pitching performance by Philip Humber that resembled how he had looked at the beginning of the season.
There wasn’t much offense in the game, but it’s ok as the Sox scored that “one more run than the other team” to take the game. Sure, there were seven hits and Big Donkey did have a strikeout in his first game since August. What else is new? At least they didn’t lose any ground. In the process, they got back to .500. AGAIN. » Continue reading “A Good Day With Near Perfection”