@Roll_Fizzlebeef Even the X-Men fail ... sometimes.
Interestingly enough ... still, all the runs in tonight's game have come via the home run.
Gregg loses Carlos Quentin to a walk.
Still nobody out - Mark Teahen at the dish for the White Sox.
Kevin Gregg keeping a close eye on Carlos Quentin at first base. Waiting to employ the Optic Blast.
Mark Teahen bunts foul. Strike one.
Correction: not all runs scored tonight have been via the home run. There was the one run that was walked in from Mark Buehrle in the 8th.
Teahen advances the runner up to second base. He's out at first base, but Quentin moves up to second base. One out.
And Kevin Gregg will intentionally walk Mark Kotsay.
Cito saunters out of the dugout to bring some words of encouragement to Kevin Gregg.
Here's Alexei Ramirez ... fouls first pitch.
Cyclops needs a tweek in his ruby quartz visor.
For a second there, I thought Ozzie was showing the umps the size of his prostate.
Weak grounder to second base ... runner advances to third base. Runners at the corners now for the White Sox. Two out.
Juan Pierre steps in with two out. CONFUSION IN THE FIELD!
Pierre tries to bunt, pops it up right into Gregg's glove. It wasn't an Optic Blast, but that will do. On to the 10th!
@HumandChuck If any other White Sox hitter had made that home run, it wouldn't have felt so dirty. Stupid Pierzynski.
I don't think Gregg will be coming back out for the 10th. Maybe Janssen or Roenicke to come in?
@Chris@ work Throw on the radio on your way, and try to make it before it's over!
Matt Thornton in for Bobby Jenks. Thornton was DEADLY against the Jays at home a couple of weeks ago.
Just like that, Overbay is down on strikes.
Once again ... first pitch swinging from Alex Gonzalez. No luck, out at first.
There are no tricks from Thornton ... just fastball all the way. You either can hit it, or you can't.
I guess you can consider him the White Sox version of Rick Vaughn.
Lind connects but fouls away, even count at 2-2.
Thornton misses high ... Lind backs away. Even count. Lind will be sitting fastball.
Well, he doesn't strike out the side, but Matt Thornton is impressive once again - striking out Overbay and Lind.
It's been a great game so far - lots of give and take, lots of home runs, and both closers who can't shut the door.