After dropping their first two games of the season, there wasn't wide spread panic in the White Sox clubhouse, but there was concern. Some of that was put to rest today with a win, but now they have concerns about one of their star pitchers.
Scary moment, for starter Mark Buehrle. Ryan Garko lines it right back at Buehrle, it hits him in the piching arm. Ozzie would come out, and Buehrle would leave and head for x-rays, which were negative, but his next start is in question.
In the ninth, Roberto Hernandez in a bit of a perdicament, has to walk Tadihito Iguchi to load the bases, Hernandez looking for the double play balk, instead he plucks A.J. Pierzynski, pinch runner Rob Mackowiak doesn't have to do much running, he walks home. Sox win 4-3.
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