White Sox ST, Day 12 — Part 2
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Kissing Your Sister, 0-0-1
Two eighth-inning Angels runs knotted the score at 4-4 and it ended there Thursday as the White Sox and Angels tied their Cactus League opener in Tempe.
The Sox had taken a 4-2 lead in the fifth inning when A.J. Pierzynski — still consistently booed at all Angels games — connected on a three-run homer to right center field.
RHP Sergio Santos was impressive in his one inning or work for the Sox.
A lack of extra pitchers caused managers Ozzie Guillen and Mike Sciosica to call the game after nine complete innings.
Today’s game (game time temp was 70 degrees), featured a fairly stiff wind out to right. In fact, my committment to keeping score literally went out the window in the second inning when my scorecard blew out into the fans below. If anyone caught it, I hope they completed innings 2-9.
If You Missed It
We tweeted (@InsideTheSox) video today of John Danks having his head scalped to gain attention for St. Baldrick’s Day. Check it out here and watch FOX32 tomorrow for the story.