Posts tagged "chris perez"

Rios' triple off Chris Perez wins it in extras

Things were not going so great for the Sox by the time Alex Rios dug his spikes into the dirt inside the batter’s box in the 10th inning on May 8th in Cleveland. They had recently taken their ace pitcher out of the rotation and placed him in the bullpen, then watched him blow his... Read more »

Afternoon notes: Hopefully Quintana can roll

Afternoon notes: Hopefully Quintana can roll
Jose Quintana is making the start against the 1st place Indians tonight, and who can know what will happen. He’s a left-handed pitcher facing a predominantly left-handed lineup, and he sports a 2.77 ERA in AA Birmingham.  His strikeout rate is average, suggesting he’s not overpowering.  His walk rate is good, but not great enough... Read more »

Team at a crossroads, or hungry for attendance

Team at a crossroads, or hungry for attendance
In the wake of a three-game sweep of the Cubs, there’s as much reason to be optimistic about the 2012 Sox as there ever has been. They’re back to .500, the starting rotation is healthy and performing well, and the AL Central looks to be up for grabs with projected powerhouse Detroit sporting a losing... Read more »
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Indians Preview with Matthew Van Wormer of DTTWLN

Indians Preview with Matthew Van Wormer of DTTWLN
This Monday brings about the third series of the season for the White Sox against the Cleveland Indians.  They just so happen to be leading the division, despite the AL Central being betrothed to Detroit at the beginning of the season. To figure out why Cleveland’s been rolling recently, I contacted Matthew Van Wormer of... Read more »