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Farewell Santiago, Hello Eaton

Every time something new pops up on my Sox feed, I hear the song “Changes” by Tupac in my head.   Today we say goodbye to the entertaining lefty hurler, Hector Santiago (last season went 4-7 with a 3.51 ERA in 23 starts. 0-2 with a 3.93 ERA in 11 relief appearances), as he heads off to the Los Angeles Angels.   Personally, I’ll miss him being around. Sox fans will argue that his stats weren’t too ...

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White Sox fall short of sweep in 6-2 loss to Boston

Just when we started to see the life come back to the Chicago White Sox (21-24), they fell 6-2 last night in their final game against the Boston Red Sox (28-19). It wasn’t a bad series though—with the White Sox winning the first two games against Boston—it’s just that a sweep would have been a solid way to move in to this weekend’s games. Undefeated Boston pitcher Clay Buccholz was doing something right, be ...

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Preview: White Sox @ Angels

Finally the White Sox walk away with a series win after defeating the Minnesota Twins in two of three games in Minnesota. However, Robin Ventura and the boys will look to keep things rolling as the Pale Hose head to Anaheim to take on the Angels for the second time in a week. The first series didn't go the way the Sox would have liked as it took a one-hit performance from Chris Sale to knot the Sox their on ...

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Danks May Begin Season On DL

John Danks may begin the 2013 season on the disabled list as his velocity is in the low 80's and he has not impressed in his three Spring Training appearances. According to HardBall Talk's DJ Short Don Cooper said: "John is aware if he’s ready he’s going to be with us, if he’s not, we’ll give him more time. It’s not something we are going to rush or force feed. We can’t say, ‘Hey, we need you to throw harde ...

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Position Battles to Watch for At Sox Camp

There are thirty-nine more days until pitchers and catchers report to Camelback Ranch. Baseball will be back, and we can all emerge from the disappointment of the Bears collapse. The new season will provide hope that the White Sox can step up and win a championship to relieve the pains of the Roseless Bulls, the locked out ‘Hawks, and the lovable losers on the North Side. However, before the Sox can get the ...

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Looking Towards 2013: The Starting Rotation

For most of the 2012 season, starting pitching was one of the strengths of this White Sox team. Chris Sale emerged into an ace, Jake Peavy stayed healthy the whole season, and Jose Quintana came out of nowhere to have a stretch of two months that were as good as any rookie pitcher in the game. However, the rotation was also in a state of flux at times this season. John Danks was lost for the season in May, ...

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Ventura finally has chance to determine bullpen roles

More than in any sport, champions in baseball have their differences from year to year in the way each team is constructed. However, the one thing mostly all of them have in common is that they not only have good bullpens, but ones where everyone knows their roles. The 2012 White Sox not only have yet to find out who has what roles in that bullpen, but they haven’t had a chance to. Two weeks ago, the White ...

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