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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Sarge's Sports HOLY SHIT CUBS WIN the goat must not have been around

It is a miricale Cubs beat the Reds 6 to 1. Oh my God. Harry would be rolling over in his grave if they acctually go to a world series. Harry has seen the team win the division and penenant.But no matter what the Cubs will and forever be LOSER"S

Stupid ass trys to escape Cook County

Cook County jail



A Cook County Jail inmate locked up only five days ago jumped into a construction pit and was trapped as he and other inmates were escorted to kitchen duty this afternoon, a jail spokesman said.

The man, 40, was expected to be given a psychological evaluation at Cermak Hospital after being treated this afternoon at Mount Sinai Hospital following the incident about 2:30 p.m. in a yard at Cook County Jail, 2715 S. Sacramento Ave., said Frank Bilecki, a spokesman for the Cook County Sheriff.

The man is being held in lieu of $50,000 bail on a retail theft charge out of the Rolling Meadows Branch Court after being booked into the jail on April 16, records show. He was one of a group of jail inmates being escorted by guards from one domitory to another for an afternoon work detail in a jail kitchen when he ran out of line, jumped over a plastic construction barrier and jumped into a ditch, Bilecki said. The ditch, about 5 to 6 feet wide and about 8 feet deep, was recently dug by construction crews working to replace a water connection at the jail, Bilecki said.

Guards, who were at the front and back of the column of prisoners as they walked through the yard, had the prisoner in sight the whole time, and it’s unknown whether the man actually was trying to escape, Bilecki said. Once the man was in the ditch, he was unable to get out on his own, as he became stuck in earth and gravel, and firefighters were called to the jail, officials said.

Once in the hole, the inmate became trapped in soft earth but was brought out of the hole about 2:55 p.m., according to the Chicago Fire Department's media office.

After the rescue, the person was alert and suffering minor injuries but taken to Mount Sinai Hospital via Fire Department ambulance, according to the Fire Department.
Originally, the Fire Department reported the person trapped was a construction worker but later revised that and said the injured person was an inmate.

Sarge' Sports:. Burlehe not the only one to throw a perfect game, Humber throws perfect game, Sox beat Seattle 4-0

 
 
 
 
 
SEATTLE -- Now that Philip Humber is back to a normal five-day schedule, Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura expects a more efficient effort from his starting pitcher Saturday against the Seattle Mariners.

Humber simply exceeded Ventura's expectations by throwing a perfect game as the Sox beat Seattle 4-0.

"I can't even put it into words," said the 29-year-old Humber, who dedicated the win to his wife, back home in Tyler, Texas. "I'm just so happy. There's so many good things happening right now."

In his second start of the season, Humber struck out nine. The closest the Mariners have come to a hit occurred with one out in the fourth when Dustin Ackley hit a line drive that Alex Rios reached high to grab in right field.

Humber seized the perfect game when pinch-hitter Brendan Ryan checked his swing on a 3-2 pitch that home plate umpire Paul Runge ruled he swung at. Catcher A.J. Pierzynski threw to first to complete the 21st perfect game in major league history.

"I don't know if I dominated them," Humber said. "Balls were hit at people. It was a well- pitched game and one I'll never forget. ... This is awesome. I'm so thankful."

Humber needed only 57 pitches to get through the first six innings. In the bottom of the seventh, Chone Figgins hit a hard grounder just a few inches wide of the first base line on a 1-2 count, then struck out on a 93 mph fastball. Ackley popped to short, and Ichiro Suzuki grounded to first.

In the eighth, Humber struck out Justin Smoak on an 84 mph slider. Brent Lillibridge, who entered the game in the bottom of the inning as a defensive replacement in left field, made a running catch near the left field line of Kyle Seager's drive, and Jesus Montero grounded to second to complete the inning.

The closest Humber came to a no-hitter occurred on April 25, 2011, at New York. Humber threw 6 1/3 no-hit innings before Alex Rodriguez hit a single.

Twenty perfect games have been thrown, and Philadelphia's Roy Halladay completed the feat against Florida on May 29, 2010. The last Sox pitcher to throw a perfect game was Mark Buehrle against Tampa Bay on July 23, 2009.

Paul Konerko led off the second with his 398th home run, and he barely missed another homer in the third when he hit an RBI single off the left field wall.A.J. Pierzynski followed with an RBI single.