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Morning notes: Uncomfortably large divisional lead edition

Morning notes: Uncomfortably large divisional lead edition
Now that the Indians have sank down to .500 after being swept in New York–which is somewhat troubling since that’s where the next series is–the White Sox are up in the AL Central by two and a half games.  That margin ties June 3rd for the biggest lead they’ve held all season, which seems small,... Read more »

Afternoon notes: big night looming for Quintana

Afternoon notes: big night looming for Quintana
Tuesday night is a large opportunity for Mr. Jose Quintana. A quality outing versus a solid St. Louis lineup could do wonders for his major league future.  Throwing three peripherals-defying quality starts is a lot more impressive than throwing two, and the man who stands in his way–Philip Humber–has never been more vulnerable. Of course,... Read more »

White Sox buck their own conventions, take two high schoolers in 1st round

White Sox buck their own conventions, take two high schoolers in 1st round
The last time the White Sox selected a high schooler in the 1st round of the draft, it was RHP Kris Honel.  Honel had injury problems, and never made it to AAA.  That was 2001. Monday night the drought was broken, as the White Sox selected OF Courtney Hawkins from Carroll High School in Corpus... Read more »
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