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Old Jun 8th 2008, 11:27 pm
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A look at the upcoming Crosstown Classic

With the Crosstown classic coming up very soon, and both teams being in first place, I thought it would be neat to look at to just where our boys compare numbers with their boys right now......

Position Players:

AJ Pierzynski: Avg .294 HR 4 RBI 23 Runs 25 SB 1
Geovanny soto: Avg .284 HR 10 RBI 39 Runs 23 SB 0
Catcher: White Sox 3-2

Paul Konerko: Avg .211 HR 7 RBI 26 Runs 23 SB 1
Derrek Lee: Avg .283 HR 13 RBI 39 Runs 43 SB 3
First Base: Cubs 5-0

Juan Uribe: Avg .198 HR 3 RBI 15 Runs 13 SB 0
Alexi Ramirez: Avg .280 HR 3 RBI 13 Runs 15 SB 2
Mark DeRosa: Avg .296 HR 7 RBI 32 Runs 37 SB 3
Second Base: Cubs 5-0


Joe Crede: Avg .291 HR 14 RBI 39 Runs 27 SB -
Aramis Ramirez: Avg .298 HR 9 RBI 41 Runs 40 SB 1
Third Base: Cubs 4-1

Orlando Cabrera: Avg .253 HR 3 RBI 22 Runs 36 SB 9
Ryan Theriot: Avg .323 HR 1 RBI 16 Runs 40 SB 11
Shortstop: Cubs 3-2

Jermaine Dye: Avg .292 HR 10 RBI 24 Runs 33 SB -
Kouske Fukudome: Avg .296 HR 4 RBI 24 Runs 40 SB 5
Right Field: Cubs 3-1-1

Nick Swisher: Avg .215 HR 5 RBI 17 Runs 33 SB 1
Jim Edmonds: Avg .212 HR 2 RBI 13 Runs 9 SB 2
Reed Johnson: Avg .265 HR 2 RBI 25 Runs 28 SB 4

Center Field: Cubs 3-2

Carlos Quentin: Avg .283 HR 16 RBI 53 Runs 40 SB 4
Alfanso Soriano: Avg .281 HR 15 RBI 40 Runs 33 SB 6
Left Field: Sox 4-1


In field positions, as of today, the Cubs are up on the Sox 6-2
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The starting staffs are what will decide this one. The sox starting 5 are pitching very well, this should be a good series.
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when it comes to starting pitchers 1-5, I have to give the checkmark to the W. Sox unfortunitly.
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Here's an interesting debate on ESPN.
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I think the Cubs are going to take 3 or 4 games, its not going to be easy like it was last year, I personally think its going to be another series of 1-2 run wins.
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I think the Cubs are going to take 3 or 4 games, its not going to be easy like it was last year, I personally think its going to be another series of 1-2 run wins.
Honestly, these series are always impossible to predict. The way both teams are playing right now, I can see a sweep either way or a can see a split of 3 and 3. I'm just looking forward to some exciting and close games.


Anyone making any friendly wagers with fans of the opposite team? It's always funny to see somebody wearing the wrong shirt or hat and when you question them about it they say "I lost a bet".
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nope, no bets on the series this year
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I can't wait for the series to get under way, both teams are playing some great baseball at the minute so it is building up to be a great series. As for predicting them, i wouldn't like that to be my job.
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The Carlos Quentin trade is looking real good for the Sox.
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I just know this me and my buddy the Sux fan go around and around during these 6 games. He didn't say much to me last year. We usually have the bet of the loser of the series has to wear the winners hat for a week. It was hilarious seeing him in Cubbie blue. Hope to see more of it this year. I don't look good in black.
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