White Sox (28-33) v. Brewers (33-27)

In game one against the other team located 90 miles south of us; Jeff Suppan gets the start for the Brewers.  Soup’s last 2 outings have been pretty good.  He weaved in and out of trouble every inning in Atlanta, but managed to escape.   He gave up zero runs in 5 1/3 innings en route to his 4th win of the year.  The outing before this he pitched 5 innings against the Marlins and gave up only 2 runs.  The Brewers had the lead until Jorge Julio took the mound.  Now Julio’s flipping burgers at a joint near you.  The Brewers are 7-5 in games started by Suppan.  Clayton Richard goes in game one for the White Sox.  My Dad always told me never to trust a man with 2 first names.  Anyway, Richard began the year as a reliever, but has moved into the rotation.  Tonight will be his 7th start of the year.  Richard has been effective in 3 of his 6 starts so far.  As a starter, he is 2-1 with a 4.05 ERA.  Let’s see the brewers break out of this nasty funk and get back into the win column!  Go Brewers!!

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One response to “White Sox (28-33) v. Brewers (33-27)

  1. too much bullpen!!!!! everyone is tiring with no starters going deep again. same as last few years. starters start to struggle, bullpen tires, and look out

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