Posts tagged "felix doubront"

Saving up for the weekend

Saving up for the weekend
Philip Humber made his return to the starting rotation Tuesday night.  It wasn’t spectacular, but perfect game aside, all the best memories of Philip Humber are of him being unspectacularly effective.  He threw strikes, and didn’t compound any of his problems with extra base-runners. In fact, it was Humber’s only walk-less outing of 2012 besides... Read more »

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 »

Instant Rationalization - Red Sox bludgeon America's Sweetheart, White Sox

Instant Rationalization - Red Sox bludgeon America's Sweetheart, White Sox
It was wondered whether the combination of moving forward from the cathartic punch of a perfect game, spending the week dealing with frenzied press coverage and the birth of his child, and transitioning from facing a crappy offense in a brilliant pitcher’s park to facing a good offense in a band box might have some... Read more »
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White Sox Week That Was - 4/16-4/22: Sweep away the pain

White Sox Week That Was - 4/16-4/22: Sweep away the pain
(We’re going to try to make these weekend chunks of information, and WSO in general, more split up and easier to digest.  So expect the weekly recaps to be more team-centered, and rather than splitting off about random storylines, those will now get their own posts) It’s amazing how a distracting bit of weekend entertainment... Read more »