And It’s A Sweep

Great game tonight to close out the White Sox series.  A few observations from the game:  Beyond getting on base three times, which was great, Denard Span seemed to be in the perfect position every time a ball was hit his way.  And the wind was tricky tonight.  That same wind also kept 2 White Sox balls in the ballpark, which was nice.  But it got even with us, by keeping 2 potential homers in the park from, of all people, Steve Lombardozzi.

Interesting interleague observation:  did Robin Ventura forget that he could pull a double switch mid-inning?  It’s understandable since these games are pretty rare for him, but it forced him to have to bat a pitcher at leadoff after he came in to get just one out the prior half inning.

Another random observation:  it didn’t matter in the end, but because of a lazy tag by Chicago , it looked like Werth was actually safe at third on Harper’s final hit.  Now it’s on to what should be a great series with the Braves.

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