Chicago’s Opening Day as Mixed as Can Be

Posted: 6th April 2010 by Geoffrey Clark in MLB
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It was a tale of two Opening Days for Chicago's two Major League Baseball teams.  One club impressed in every way possible, the other not so much.  All of it took place before the sun even went down. The White Sox were the first team to show off their 2010 selves and their premiere couldn't have been more perfect.  A combination of solid pitching, hitting, and defense translated into an easy 6-0 win over the Cleveland Indians.  Every Sox fan in the stands at sold-out U.S. Cellular Field would tell you afterwards that they got their money's worth. Mark Buehrle was the star of the game.  Making his club-record eighth Opening Day start, the veteran southpaw threw 95 pitches over seven shutout innings and showed why he won a Gold Glove last year when he recovered a bal ...

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