Posts tagged "Zach Stewart"

The curious comings and goings of Zach Stewart, professional pitcher

The curious comings and goings of Zach Stewart, professional pitcher
Reaching the major leagues is a dream come true for young men from New York to Miami to Los Angeles to San Juan to Santo Domingo to Tokyo. In the ideal scenario, their dreams are realized and they live happily ever after in the very exclusive community of big leaguers who enjoy the spoils of... Read more »

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 »

South Siders will Benefit from Youkilis's Change of Sox

South Siders will Benefit from Youkilis's Change of Sox
On Saturday, with rumors running rampant that the White Sox were in the driver’s seat to acquire Kevin Youkilis from the Red Sox, I couldn’t have been more clear in my opinion: Youkilis was the right man at the right time for our Sox. Within about 72 hours of the post, my wish became reality... Read more »
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Some Trouble in Paradise, but Sox Still in First Place

Some Trouble in Paradise, but Sox Still in First Place
The euphoria over the White Sox’s nine-game winning streak in May/June has pretty much disappeared now that the Sox have lost their last four series after claiming the rubber game vs. the Mariners on June 3.  And, with the disaster that was last night’s 12-3 hammering by the Cubs, a fifth straight series loss will... Read more »

Sox Bullpen to the Rescue in 5-4 Triumph over Dodgers

Sox Bullpen to the Rescue in 5-4 Triumph over Dodgers
Through their first 65 games, The White Sox have demonstrated a resiliency to come from behind and stay in almost every game. It’s a quality that every contending team has to have and it’s primarily a result of a persistent offense and a stellar bullpen. Take last night, for instance. The Sox jumped out to... Read more »

Lowly Astros Too Much For Sox; World Champion Cardinals and First-Place Dodgers Up Next

Lowly Astros Too Much For Sox; World Champion Cardinals and First-Place Dodgers Up Next
If losing two of three to the youthful, lowly Astros this weekend weren’t bad enough for the White Sox, consider three things that make matters even worse: 1. They were beaten by Sox castoff Lucas Harrell, who never showed enough to stick in Chicago. 2. The scores of the two losses were of the embarrassing... Read more »
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