Posts tagged "Washington Nationals"

Everybody's Getting Williams'd

Everybody's Getting Williams'd
It’s the second week of February, pitchers and catchers don’t report until next Wednesday.  There’s nothing, man.  Nothing. That in mind, there’s only one recourse for the highly professional White Sox blogger to find a story; type in “white sox” into Google and see if something legit comes up.  Or, see if something else comes... Read more »

The Oakland A's being ridiculously poor really did not help the White Sox trade market

The Oakland A's being ridiculously poor really did not help the White Sox trade market
Initially I had this titled “I hate the Oakland A’s”, but I realized that was too harsh.  It’s more that I’m cross with the A’s due to their current situation–dirt poor, selling all their shiny things for breadcrumbs.  Also, while hating people for being poor may feel as comfortable as slipping into a warm bath for... Read more »

Hot Stove Watch - Day 52 Recap

Hot Stove Watch - Day 52 Recap
First and foremost, news was passed down by the man with his ear to the street, the inside source on all things White Sox–team beat writer Scott Merkin!  Surely his article responding to reader emails has a scoop buried in it! “…don’t think Williams will move players just to move them. However, after looking at... Read more »
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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 »

Who needs Buehrle when we have each other?....and Brian Bruney

Who needs Buehrle when we have each other?....and Brian Bruney
It’s odd to realize that Buehrle is a first-time free agent.  The stress-athon of will-he-or-won’t-he be traded in 2007, where a couple starts in a row had the potential to be Mark’s last with the franchise far out-rivaled Tuesday’s news that Buehrle was meeting with the Miami Marlins as far as a source of anxiety.... Read more »

FOUND: One Arnie Munoz...and more White Sox notes

FOUND: One Arnie Munoz...and more White Sox notes
Back in 2004, the White Sox went through a period commonly referred to as “5th starter hell”, when they stretched into late June without a win from the last slot in the rotation. In fairness, this team entered the year with Scott Shoeneweis as their No. 4 starter, and skipped spots on enough occasions to... Read more »
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Biggest moments of White Sox' 2011 season

Biggest moments of White Sox' 2011 season
Welcome, gullible person who puts too much stock in article titles! I’ve been preparing for this day for some time.  Ever since I decided that exhaustive reviews of every player wasn’t worth it this year since I’ve been doing post-mortems on 2011 since late August, I knew the White Sox would offer up some nothing... Read more »

White Sox Week That Was - 6/20-6/26: Mediocrity fits like a glove

Harold take this helmet offa me, I can’t use it anymore. It’s getting dark, too dark to see….// Jose M. Osorio, Chicago Tribune The White Sox clocked in at 3-3 on the week, and perhaps if a few more of the losses weren’t of the “that could have been prevented” variety, it would have been... Read more »

Danks injury leads to bizarrely excellent relief...almost makes me forget about Friday

And with that touch, the demon Azazel finds a new host body // Chris Sweda, Chicago Tribune Thanks to the 6-man rotation, Jake Peavy was able to step in Saturday at a moment of need for the bullpen, and toss 4 excellent shutout innings (7 Ks!) while earning the win in a 3-0 White Sox... Read more »
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White Sox Season Preview 2011 - The War on Southern Regression - Adam Dunn

David Santiago, McClatchy-Tribune The first televised Spring Training game for the White Sox isn’t till the 28th, and I’m not even sure I have MLB Network.  From now until I try to explain to my father over the phone how to use his DVR, I’ll be getting the previewing started by covering what the big... Read more »