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Black & blue and the flu

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TUCSON, Ariz. – The body count continued to pile up for the White Sox on Wednesday, as Josh Fields left the game with Colorado after getting plunked on the right forearm by pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez.

The Sox said that the injury did not require an X-ray and the third baseman was day-to-day.
Earlier in the morning, the Sox had to scratch scheduled starting pitcher Jose Contreras as he battled flu-like symptoms for a second consecutive day, and second baseman Danny Richar was erased from the lineup with his injured back flaring up. Richar was sent for an MRI to see if there is more damage than first thought.

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This team is HORRIBLE

We are in So much trouble

Dude. Chill. It's early. Good things will happen.

Im with you. This team is horrible. I blame this pathetic organization

I cant take it anymore. I have been a fan for over 30 years.

I will no longer support this HORRID organization!

Than you really haven't been a fan! Maybe you should be a cubs sound just as intelligent as they do!

Another ignorant fan who cant say anything unless it relates to the CUBS!!!

What is this fantasy with the CUBS????? I dont care aboiut the CUBS. But it seems that evrtime i state a factual point of how bad this organization is --oh well---go root for the CUBS.


The CUBS are handeling their business,,,,,Are WE??? NO!! we are NOT!!!

REAL White Sox Fans will not be attneding any games in 2008!!!!

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