Posts tagged "charlie leesman"

Gavin Floyd has tendinitis, and now things get extra dicey

Gavin Floyd has tendinitis, and now things get extra dicey
Gavin Floyd was scratched from Monday’s start in Boston due to soreness in his elbow and forearm. It was enough to prompt a flight back to Chicago for an MRI, which was clean.  That’s a relief, but also puts Floyd in the position of waiting and seeing if the hurt goes away, a territory that... Read more »

Ventura drops some hints on the lineup/roster/future

Ventura drops some hints on the lineup/roster/future
Monday brings about the first competition against an actual other professional baseball club for the 2012 White Sox.  While it will still be a functionally useless Spring Training game with the thousands of factors that compromise the results that every Spring Training game has, it will at least be more exciting to see Dayan Viciedo... Read more »

The best White Sox news is fake

The best White Sox news is fake
It’s too bad that the Gavin Floyd-to-the-Blue Jays trade rumor never got picked up by any credible media outlet.  Rumors are a blast, especially ones that would blatantly indicate a full-scale rebuild, and especially one that comes in January, the month where fun dies in the cold, because it turns out fun was homeless this entire... Read more »
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The White Sox let you know exactly how bummed out you should be about their farm system

The White Sox let you know exactly how bummed out you should be about their farm system
As it were, Friday was the White Sox day for adding vaguely promising minor-leaguers to the 40-man roster.  With the winter meetings looming, these additions specifically indicate who the White Sox will be protecting from the upcoming Rule 5 draft.  Every minor league player not on the 40-man roster who was signed at age 18... Read more »

White Sox Spring Training defers its first set of dreams

White Sox Spring Training defers its first set of dreams
The White Sox said ‘no’ to this face? This face? This ****ing face!!? // Jose M. Osorio, Chicago Tribune We would all like to think that we love baseball for the intrinsic qualities of the game.  Its wonderful mix of trends, probability, and random chance, the athleticism, the strategy, its raw visual splendor.  But if... Read more »

Chris Sale officially in the bullpen, let the White Sox 5th starter race begin

Sale is headed to the bullpen, which is good because there could be some long relief work available // Jose M. Osorio, Chicago Tribune In a move perhaps more foreshadowed than Harmonica (Charles Bronson) killing Frank (Henry Fonda) at the end of Once Upon a Time in the West after three hours of shooting all... Read more »
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