Posts tagged "Delmon Young"

Here are a few of my favorite things...from last night's White Sox victory over the Tigers

Here are a few of my favorite things...from last night's White Sox victory over the Tigers
Eight memorable moments from a very satisfying 6-1 win over the Tigers, which has moved the Sox to three games ahead of their rivals from Detroit: 1.  The poise of Jose Quintana as he emerged from a rough start to allow only a run, seven hits and a pair of walks while striking out seven... Read more »

A Sox fan's fantasy: 10 things I'd like to see in this week's showdown vs. the Tigers

A Sox fan's fantasy: 10 things I'd like to see in this week's showdown vs. the Tigers
Please indulge me while I fantasize about this week’s four-game series with the Tigers. 1. Jose Quintana rebounds with a solid outing tonight, the Sox win the opener and take a three-game division lead over their A.L. Central rivals from Motown. 2. Brett Myers returns to being Brett Myers and gives us uneventful eighth innings... Read more »

As the White Sox's Division Lead Lessens, Questions Remain About a Less-Than-Potent Offense

As the White Sox's Division Lead Lessens, Questions Remain About a Less-Than-Potent Offense
On the surface of last night’s tough 4-2  loss to the Tigers, it was a hit batsman and a balk by starter Jake Peavy that accounted for the fact that the White Sox are now a mere half-game ahead of the Detroit in the A.L. Central. The real culprit, however, was NOT Peavy, despite his... Read more »
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