The White Sox won a thriller last week, and I heard it on the radio. The key inning was either the Fifth Third inning or the 5-Hour Energy fifth, I can’t recall for sure—I think it was before the Beggar’s Pizza eighth, because the Binny’s Beverage Depot Attendance hadn’t yet been announced.

I knew the Sox were about to score. The Mercy Hospital heart-of-the-order was up, and the opposing pitcher was only throwing 85 mph on the Xfinity-Comcast radar gun. After a Waste Management walk and a Pit Crew Barbeque Sauce fielder’s choice, the Sox took the lead on a Lowe’s double, and then a Community Hospital homer gave them two Safeco insurance runs, and forced an Orland Park BMW pitching change.