A little bit of advice for White Sox fans out there.
Get yourself a time-share cave from July 8-10, Aug. 5-7, Aug. 29-31 and Sept. 5-7.
Make sure said cave is void of cable, and leave the radio, laptop and any other wireless device at home.
If you follow these steps, you won't have to witness the Sox play the Twins for the rest of the season.
How painful is it to watch the White Sox play Minnesota, even when the Twins are currently fielding a Triple-A lineup due to key injuries?
In case you missed the latest slice of misery, the Sox lost to Minnesota 1-0 Thursday afternoon at Target Field.
A day after Carl Pavano stuck it to the White Sox, Nick Blackburn shut them down and Mark Buehrle's standout effort went to waste.
Waiting on what could an explosive reaction from Ozzie at Target Field. In the meantime, here are some numbers to ponder:
-The Sox are 0-4 against a Twins team that had the AL's worst record (27-39) heading into Thursday.
-In the four games this season, the White Sox have scored a grand total of 3 runs.
-The Sox have seven in a row to Minnesota. They've also dropped 14 of the last 16 and 28 of the last 35.
If you do locate a cave, send me the address.