Posts tagged "David Price"

Instant Rationalization - Can't stop the bleeding

The White Sox playoff hopes are just a notion these days, but a notion everyone would like to keep alive into next week.  Games in Cleveland don’t need to be made anymore lifeless than they are naturally. But Jose Quintana–the little soft-tossing control artist that could–was unable to keep the illusion going past the first... Read more »

If Chris Sale has a shot at the All-Star Game, what other White Sox have a chance?

If Chris Sale has a shot at the All-Star Game, what other White Sox have a chance?
Chris Sale or David Price would probably be the AL All-Starter as of today. — Scott Merkin (@scottmerkin) June 3, 2012 It’s a surprising but fair statement. It’s hard to make the transition from viewing Sale as ‘in development’ and ‘promising’ to acknowledging him as a premier pitcher in the here and now.  But as... Read more »

Oh, another shutout

He was safe. This is your highlight. // Tim Heitman, US PRESSWIRE The White Sox got shutout 4-0 by the Texas Rangers Monday night…no, this Monday night.  Like all shutouts, it seemed eminently possible after the first time Rangers starter Alexi Ogando got through the batting order.  White Sox hitters couldn’t line up Ogando’s 95... Read more »
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White Sox Week That Was - 4/18-4/24: THE DAMAGE IS QUITE SEVERE

White Sox Week That Was - 4/18-4/24: THE DAMAGE IS QUITE SEVERE
The White Sox run per game average // Chris Sweda, Chicago Tribune (h/t: The Dugout) Well, skin me alive and call me lunch.  The White Sox are 8-14. After posting a 1-5 week, most teams would reflect on their deeds, be horrified beyond measure, and steel themselves to ensure it didn’t happen again.  Not the... Read more »

Buzzsaw of awfulness continues

Buzzsaw of awfulness continues
He looks contemplative…that gives me some comfort. Jeez, am I reaching or what? // Jeff Griffith, US PRESSWIRE It be’s that way sometimes. Statistically, it’s not especially significant that the White Sox lost by being shutout for the first time all season in a dreary, flattening defeat to the possibly resilient Tampa Rays.  Even if... Read more »

Edwin Jackson saves the day, the bullpen, and the lives of every man on that transport

Every. Last. Man. On. That. Transport. // Brian Casella, Chicago Tribune With the White Sox bullpen weakened from 25 innings of battling a lineup that features Jeff Francouer and Melky Cabrera, and the offense weakened because Adam Dunn revealed himself to be the type of guy who realizes he has a health problem after seeing... Read more »
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At Least It's Not The Indians

The (Devil) Rays roll into town tonight with their perfect road record, their five guys slugging over .500 on the year, their pretty hair, their snobby attitude, and are fresh off annihilating the Boston Red Sox for four straight games.  Just yesterday they roughed up John Lackey, a pitcher widely regarded as being better than... Read more »