Posts tagged "Pedro Hernandez"

Trade Deadline Recap: Did the White Sox do the Best Job of All?

Trade Deadline Recap: Did the White Sox do the Best Job of All?
Beginning earlier this month and right up until the MLB trade deadline this afternoon, there was a flurry of wheeling and dealing. Among the most significant deals included the Angels trading for Zach Greinke, the Tigers getting Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante, the Dodgers acquiring Hanley Ramirez and Shane Victorino, the Giants obtaining Hunter Pence,... Read more »

Kenny Williams Doesn't Disappoint in White Sox's Quest for Division Title: Youkilis, Myers and Now Liriano

Kenny Williams Doesn't Disappoint in White Sox's Quest for Division Title: Youkilis, Myers and Now Liriano
It’s nothing new. Jerry Reinsdorf and Kenny Williams want to win and it’s reflected in the moves they make. They may not always succeed in making the right deal or have the resources to get premier players, but they always give it a shot. And it’s never been as apparent as this season despite a... Read more »

White Sox Need a More Consistent Offense to Compensate for a Pitching Staff in Flux

White Sox Need a More Consistent Offense to Compensate for a Pitching Staff in Flux
No mystery here. If you don’t pitch and don’t hit, you’re not going to win many ballgames. So it was on Wednesday night as the Sox, the White version, got pummeled 10-1 by the Sox, the Red version. Although the South Siders lost a game in the standings to the Tigers, who they will face... Read more »
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Youk and Humber and a Guy Named Pedro

Youk and Humber and a Guy Named Pedro
Philip Humber has pitched in just 67 major league games over a seven-year span, but compared to eight of his White Sox rookie mound teammates he is a grizzled veteran at age 29. The big news from last night’s 7-5 Sox victory in Boston was Kevin Youkilis’s three-run, fourth inning homer against tough lefty Jon... Read more »

White Sox's "Baby Bunch" Needs to Hold Down the Fort Until the Cavalry Arrives

White Sox's "Baby Bunch" Needs to Hold Down the Fort Until the Cavalry Arrives
We have gotten familiar with their names: Starters Jose Quintana and Dylan Axelrod plus relievers Addison Reed (pictured above), Nate Jones, Hector Santiago and to a lesser extent Leyson Septimo, Brian Omogrosso and Jhan Marinez. They are the rookies who have dominated the White Sox pitching staff while John Danks, Philip Humber, Jesse Crain and... Read more »