White Sox Have Fireworks, Fireworks

Thursday, July 10, 2008

The White Sox played a wild game on Wednesday night, overcoming a five run deficit to defeat the Kansas City Royals 7-6. Carlos Quentin got the fireworks started with 2 home runs, while Jermaine Dye and Orlando Cabrera created some of their own fireworks in the dugout. During Dye's 8th inning at bat, Cabrera stole 3rd, apparently distracting Dye from his current at bat and leading to them exchanging words in the dugout. Before things could escalate, OF DeWayne Wise stepped in and separated the two. While many will look at this as an ominous sign for the first place team, I think I would rather have my team showing some fire than playing without passion in the thick of a pennant race. The White Sox have arguably the most fiery manager in the league and their players seem to be following suit.


Anonymous 10:23 AM CDT  

A teammate steals third, increasing the possibility of scoring a tying run and giving you an opportunity for an RBI, and Dye is MAD?!! What a total dweeb!

KevinGillman 6:27 PM CDT  

yeah Dye is totally at fault in that situation. No question.

Anonymous 5:58 AM CDT  

Cabrera is a tool at all times. Teammates hate him so this instance was pretty much just about the fact that he is a tool.

Anonymous 4:38 PM CDT  

dye sucks