Posts tagged "Carlos Beltran"

A Classic Pitchers' Duel, but the Wrong Team Won

A Classic Pitchers' Duel, but the Wrong Team Won
A pitching duel between two aces doesn’t often live up to expectations. Many times the 1-0, 2-1, 3-2 game that is predicted turns into a slugfest. It wasn’t the case last night, however, in the 1-0 St. Louis triumph over the White Sox. The matchup of the Cardinals’ Lance Lynn, now tied for the major... Read more »

As Sox Begin Road Trip in St. Louis, Here's a Mini-Preview of the World Champion Cardinals

As Sox Begin Road Trip in St. Louis, Here's a Mini-Preview of the World Champion Cardinals
Are the White Sox of “First Place” caliber? During the recent nine-game winning streak we would have said a defiinite “yes.” Now, after a disappointing 4-5 homestand in which we faced the Mariners, Blue Jays and Astros, we’re not quite so confident even though we still enjoy a slim 1/2 game lead over the Tribe.... Read more »
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