Saturday, July 7, 2007
The White Sox lost a double header to the Minnesota Twins yesterday in what can only be called a rout. They were not only outscored by 18 runs, but out-pitched. Usually reliable Jon Garland gave up 12 runs all by himself. The Twins won both games with scores of 20-14 and 12-0. The losses are further symbols of a lost season. How the Mighty have fallen.... in other Sox news, Mark Buerhle is still refusing to sign a 4-yr. $56 million deal without a no-trade clause. His agent says if he is traded, he will play out the season and test the free-agent market.