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Matt Garza To the Rescue For the Cubs While The White Sox Offense Finally Gets Going

  Both the Cubs and White Sox snapped losing streaks on Friday.   Regardless if your a Cubs fan or a White Sox fan, Friday was a good day for both sides of town. It started on Friday afternoon with the Cubs opening up a three game series with the Houston Astros at Wrigley Field. The Cubs came in losers of two in-a-row and four of their last eight. The game started with a 3 hour and 18 minute rain ...

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Bad Luck Robin: Wrong Year to have “Manager of the Year” Candidacy

In most seasons, a manager that takes a team that disappointed the prior season, was expected to be “rebuilding” during the current season and was only picked to win 65 games would be a shoe-in to win the Manager of the Year award for their league. Robin Ventura fits that description, and when added in the fact that he’s a first year manager, it gives him even a stronger resume for the award. However, 2012 ...

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Pierzynski’s 2012 more than just “pretty good”

For pretty much his entire career, AJ Pierzynski has been known as a guy who has one of the best baseball IQs in the game, has the demeanor and confidence that irks opposing teams and relishes in the idea of being hated by opposing fans and being the most hated player in baseball amongst his peers. Now, AJ Pierzynski can add another attribute to his description: one of the best power hitting catchers in bas ...

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Who’s the Best in the AL Central?

With the Cleveland Indians in first place and the Detroit Tigers 3 games under .500 (at the time of this writing), White Sox fans have to be wondering, two months into the season, who is the best team in the AL Central? On paper, the Tigers are the best team. But we all know how much value “on paper” doesn’t have (see: 2011 White Sox). So, how can we determine who the best team is? By looking at each team’s ...

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