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(April 20)

Short Take:  Ain't got nuthin' on Brad Radke   

Sox bats again were AWOL and the Pale Hose inevitably went down to defeat, once again to the Minnesota Twins.  Was it Brad Radke pitching so well or was it the ongoing slump of Sox bats.  Either way it was another fat ugly loss for the Sox, 4-1 to start a nine-game homestand.

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Both Radke and Sox starter Jim Parque went the full nine innings.  The only real difference was Parque falling apart in the sixth inning.  Up till then the young Sox southpaw had allowed just four hits, one a dinger.  You knew this inning would be different when Parque walked the leadoff man.

Next the roof caved in.  A two-run homerun was the answer greeting Parque's very next pitch.  The Twinkies then beat him up for a triple and an RBI sacrifice.  4-1 Twins, and the game was over.

The anemic Sox offense fell dead after Paul Konerko grounded into a double play to end the first inning.  Three singles and a sacrifice had Sox Fans dreaming about a big lead early in the game.  Instead the Sox squeezed just one run out of the rally.  They would never mount a serious threat after that.  

Do really want to know about all the other pathetic offensive numbers?  Didn't think so.  Let's blame it on Brad Radke's great pitching.  Yeah, that's the ticket.

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