Sunday, August 8, 2010

Show #20-I'm Holding My Own

Are you done with Bobby Jenks as your closer? Can the Sox hold off the Twins? Why is Ed Farmer always so grumpy? All these questions and mores on the new Oral Sox Podcast! You can download the show by right-clicking and saving target,here.
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A series win against division rival Detroit and a poor start against the lowly O's still find the Sox in 1st and still find Adam and Jeff in good moods. They'll cover the games in This Week in White Sox Baseball along with the usual segments. We'll also have a highly acclaimed Bobby Jenks parody song, along with some in depth discussion of his numbers and the inaugural voicemails on the new Oral Sox Hotline!
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Thanks go out Mike DePilla at White Sox Mix for some of our Bobby Jenks info.
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shane said...

I don't know why, but I'm going to go out on a limb this week and take Ramon Castro as the cinch for stench.

Mike DePilla said...

Good stuff again guys. Thanks for the shout out (it's pronounced De-PIL-a, by the way- Italian not Spanish).

Dan B. said...

Hey guys, nice job on the show but never again should you say that I live in Baltimore. That is the only city on the Eastern Seaboard that is trashier than its southern neighbor. I don't have enough jean shorts and tank tops in my wardrobe for that shitbird.

Northern Virginia by way of Northwest Indiana. More advanced degrees but fewer pierogis and Slovak clubs. I'm still deciding whether the trade-off is worth it.

Adam and Jeff said...

Oh Dan B...good stuff. I do apologize for the Baltimore mistake. I was too distracted by Jeff's racism. Good to hear from ya buddy.
And apologies to Mike for saying his name wrong. The spaniards have forever brainwashed me into pronouncing double L's that way.