19th Hole

19th Hole

Chicago White Sox Tadahito Iguchi is cheered by teammate Brian Anderson after Iguchi hit the game winning RBI single against the Boston Red Sox in the 19th inning of a baseball game Sunday, July 9, 2006, in Chicago. The White Sox defeated the Red Sox 6-5.

(AP Photo)

Sox Lose Sweep Over It As Seanez Succumbs in 19th

Long Story, Bad Ending: White Sox 6, Red Sox 5
Win Blown City: Papelbon, Timlin Can't Close in Chicago
Rumor Has It Tiant Was Warming Up in the Pen
Way Back When: Schilling Pitched a Nice Game, Delcarmen Delivered
5th Starter Material? Tavarez Goes the Extra Mile Perfectly
Star Shines: Loretta Did What It Takes to Win
Nice Catch Nixon with the Ugly 0-for-9 Line
Let It Be Noted: Jason Varitek is Hitting .232 at the Break
Time to Move Hot Coco Back to Leadoff?

"It was mentally and physically exhausting trying to concentrate for that many pitches. It's grueling. It's emotionally draining. It becomes really an endurance match after a while. ...It's deflating when you have a lead and they come back a couple of different times." -- 7.9.06, All-Star 2B Mark Loretta on the Longest Game

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Boston Globe:

Red Sox agree to deal with Pierzynski > Sox non-tender Bailey, Kalish > Sox face arbitration decisions

Boston Herald:

Sox set Bailey, Kalish free > Doug Fister dealt to Nats > White Sox agree to 1-year contract with C Flowers


Pierzynski reaches deal with Red Sox > Kalish, Bailey non-tendered > Mike Napoli still ideal at first base > Middlebrooks, Red Sox both looking for improvement

NY Post:

Cashman pessimistic on Yankees re-signing Cano > Report: A-Rod called PEDs 'Food'

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