Four homers in one game is now a new, new White Sox postseason record, breaking the one that was all of an hour old. Jeremi Gonzalez has joined the party now by allowing Scott Podsednik to take him deep for a three-run shot. The White Sox now have a 10-run lead, 12-2.
As if that weren’t bad enough, the bomb to right field was Scott Podsednik’s first home run since Sept. 30. Of 2004.
Where’s Shannon Sharpe to call in the National Guard when you need him?
As Podsednik took his spot in left field for the top of the seventh inning, he tipped his hat to the crowd after receiving what amounted to a huge standing ovation, with the crowd chanting, “Scott-y, Scott-y.”
— The Cell has a rolling scoreboard in right field that lets you know in which sections you can purchase certain concession items. Sections 110 and 164 are your burrito headquarters for future reference.