Posts tagged "Donny Lucy"

You missed so much stuff!!!

You missed so much stuff!!!
This would be one of those lulls of sorts in the White Sox news cycle.  So much so that I don’t even have anything to add to that thought.  It’s a lull.  Luuuullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllz. Waiting for trades has offered a lot of time to ponder just what kind of pie-in-the-sky type scenario with the current roster... Read more »

Thankful for the White Sox

Thankful for the White Sox
Happy Thanksgiving!…still.  In keeping with the spirit of the holiday, I’m going to take this special time out to try to say something nice about every player who donned a White Sox uniform in 2011.  Here goes! (holds breath) Thanks Dylan Axelrod!: For providing the thrill of seeing someone who looks exactly like my friend Joe... Read more »

This Awful Moment in Time - A Live Game Chronicle of White Sox vs. Royals

This Awful Moment in Time - A Live Game Chronicle of White Sox vs. Royals
I haven’t written any live game blogs this year, and for good reason.  It’s a cumbersome, goofy gimmick that doesn’t allow me much time to gather my thoughts and provide cogent analysis.  Also, it’s an idea I picked up from reading Bill Simmons as a teenager, and I’ve been trying to strip his influence away... Read more »
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Well, get used to Tyler Flowers

Well, get used to Tyler Flowers
Ramon Castro’s hand is all jacked-up, man.  Mark Buehrle threw a fastball at the hand that didn’t have a glove on it, and now Ramon is projected to miss the rest of the season.  As left-handed pitchers across the AL breathe a sigh of relief, the sad tuba blows for Blastro. Having the ability to... Read more »

White Sox player wrap-ups - Donny Lucy & Tyler Flowers

White Sox player wrap-ups - Donny Lucy & Tyler Flowers
Pictured: Donny Lucy touching the sky There are few great catchers in this league.  Well, perhaps there are great catchers, but few catchers are great players, because there’s no reason for them to be.  It’s a physically demanding position not conducive to long careers and demands frequent days off.  If you’re a player who is... Read more »

Mid-Season White Sox Grades - Catchers.........and Mark Kotsay too

It’s better left unsaid. Back in the olden days where wearing your socks low the way Ramon is in the above picture was considered morally reprehensible; catchers were expected to do little but provide defense at a position that no one who didn’t hate himself or wanted to be able to play with his grandkids... Read more »
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