Posts tagged "starting rotation"

White Sox player wrap-ups - John Danks

John Danks; team leader in innings pitched, and beard sweat I very desperately wanted to search for another topic to cover than the last White Sox wrap-up of for the 2010 season.  Ever since things like free agency, arbitration deals, and the convention that the organization itself puts on to hype up the 2011 season... Read more »

White Sox player wrap-ups - Gavin Floyd

White Sox player wrap-ups - Gavin Floyd
Gavin Floyd is the most talented pitcher in the White Sox rotation. The natural response to such an assertion is, “well, clearly talent isn’t everything.”  For reasons varying from high BABIP, a tendency for the calamitous big inning, the occasional injury, bad luck, inconsistencies in his stuff, that one year (’08) where he was on... Read more »

Chris Sale should probably start...I guess

Chris Sale should probably start...I guess
This is annoying for me. Chris Sale would be pretty fantastic in the bullpen.  He can close (setting up that rotating closer scenario), he can go multiple innings, he’s another plus left-hander to hide Will Ohman from any meaningful action, and he’d be a Mauer-killer on-call.  It would be really friggin’ great. But it’s not... Read more »
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