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2011: A Retrospective

I’m a realist; I call it like it is. The season ended far before the Sox were mathematically eliminated. We all knew it, the fight was never there. But, in typical White Sox fashion they kept you in it until the bitter end, by winning just enough to get you back into it and then going back on losing. What went wrong? What can change for next year? I will look at your 2011 White Sox position by position and ...

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White Sox Weekly Wrap up

Stewart Called Up The White Sox called up newly acquired RHP Zack Stewart after one AAA start. in that start for AAA Charlotte he went 6 innings surrendering 3 runs. This year for the Blue Jays Stewart started in AA going 5-5 with a 4.20 ERA over 16 starts. He was called upon to start as Peavy was pushed back a day. To make room on the roster, RHP Brian Bruney was designated for assignment. Sox vs Yankees S ...

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Sox vs Yankees Recap

The Yankees rolled into town on all cylinders. The Sox were swept in the four game series dropping by scores of 3-2, 6-0, 18-7, 7-2. the Yankees dominated in all aspects of the game. The bats were quiet much of the series with the exception of the 3rd game in which the Sox were able to score 7 runs, unfortunately, the Yankees scored 18. Juan Pierre continued his late season surge going 5/15 and De Aza went ...

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Sox @ Twins recap

The Sox were able to redeem themselves after the horrid showing against the Yankees as they swept the Twins at home, finally!!! The Sox pitching surrendered only 1 earned run over the series. Mark Buehrle went 8 excellent innings giving up 0 ER on 4 hits and lowering his season ERA to 3.04. Zack Stewart, newly acquired righty, went 6.1 good innings giving up 1 run on 8 hits and Jake Peavy went 8 shutout inn ...

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Sox @ Orioles

The Sox have gone 1-3 vs the Orioles this year and have had troubles with them in the past. John Danks LHP (4-9, 3.90) @ Jeremy Guthrie RHP (5-15, 4.34) Guthrie is 1-2 over his last 3 with a 4.29 ERA and has gone 3-5 vs the Sox with a 4.45 ERA in his career and has faced them once this year giving up 4 earned runs over 7 innings. Danks has a 2.37 ERA over his last 3 with a 1-1 record. John is 4-3 in his car ...

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White Sox Weekly Wrap

Edwin Jackson and Mark Teahen, they gone!!! Looking to make a dent in payroll Kenny Williams finalized a deal that sent RHP Edwin Jackson and 3B/OF Mark Teahen to the Toronto Blue Jays for RHP Jason Frasor and Zack Stewart. Toronto will pick up 100% of the remainder of Teahens contract. the deal should save the Sox about 9 M over the next 2 years. Edwin Jackson was flipped for Colby Rasmus. Frasor, 33, is a ...

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Sox @ Rockies

The Sox begin a 6 game road trip in Colorado for 3 vs. the Rockies ending with 3 @ Wrigley. The Rockies are in 3rd place in the NL West and have been hovering around .500 much of the year. The team is lead by SS Troy Tulowitzki (.273/14/50) and LF Carlos Gonzalez (.280/10/43). The Sox are 19-21 on the road this year overall and are 2-1 in NL ballparks. The Sox last faced Colorado in 2008 in which the Sox lo ...

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Danks to the 15 Day DL

White Sox southpaw, John Danks, left Saturdays start after only 1.2 innings due to an oblique strain. The decision was made prior to Sundays game to place the 26 year old on the DL, said Ozzie of the decision "It was easy this morning …The doctor made the decision that he can't pitch”. Danks was understanding of the decision, "I didn't think I would be able to make my next start, there's no sense in me taki ...

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Sox vs. Cubs Recap

The Sox were able to win 2/3 against crosstown rivals Cubs, dropping the first game 6-3 and winning the final 2 with scores of 2-3 and 3-4. The deepest a starter went in the series was 5.1 innings. Gavin and Peavy went deep into counts and Buehrle exited early due to a 1 hour and 44 minute rain delay in the middle game. Gavin took the loss in the opener after having one of “those” innings; Buehrle was pitch ...

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Sox vs. Nats

The Sox welcome in the Nasty Nats an ever improving team in the NL East. The Nats are 3rd in their Division and have been hovering around .500 all year. They are lead by big offseason acquisition Jayson Werth. Former Nat Adam Dunn will face his former team for the first time Edwin Jackson almost became a Nat last year in a deal that would have landed the Sox current DH Adam Dunn. The Nats will have a new ma ...

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