Francisco Liriano Wins Much Deserved National League Comeback Player of the Year
Francisco Liriano Comeback Player of the Year

To be the favorite to win Comeback Player of the Year is surely a bit bittersweet. Nonetheless, Pittsburgh Pirates lefty Francisco Liriano was declared the winner today of the Sporting News National League Comeback Player of the Year award. Liriano […]

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CHICAGO WHITE SOX

Frank Francisco

Countless baseball executives have said on record that constructing a bullpen is the most difficult task that they have to undertake heading into a season. Assembling seven or eight arms that all must have successful, healthy seasons is a tall order. It […]

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Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports

During the course of a 162-game season, there are a few games where a team winning or a team losing is not the main story. On Tuesday, the Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox played one of those games. […]

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Alexei Ramirez

Chicago White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez is an April anomaly so far in 2014. A .248 career hitter in March and April, Ramirez is off to the strongest start of his career. He has a .420/.463/.680 slash line and has hit […]

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Conor Gillaspie

What is the most important spot in a lineup? Most people either respond with the leadoff hitter or the cleanup hitter. The most overlooked spot in a batting order is the third place hitter. While the cleanup hitter allows the […]

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Alexei Ramirez, Chicago White Sox

The Chicago White Sox took a 2-1 lead into the top of the ninth inning, and it looked as if their much-maligned bullpen was going to once again let them down against the Cleveland Indians. Fortunately for the Sox, the […]

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Carlos Carrasco

The Cleveland Indians tried to play catch up the entire night and dropped their second-straight game of their four-game series to Central Division rivals Chicago White Sox. Carlos Carrasco‘s (0-2) struggles continued and it took the Tribe five innings to […]

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John Danks

John Danks is not Mark Buehrle. Besides both being lefties and at one point in time Chicago White Sox teammates, the two southpaws have nothing really in common when it comes to baseball. Buehrle is the former ace who pitched […]

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Felipe Paulino

Entering the 2014 season, Felipe Paulino stood out as one of the biggest question marks in the Chicago White Sox‘ starting rotation as he sought to return to the mound after being sidelined with an injury since the middle of […]

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White Sox Team

With the exception of  Barney Stinson from How I Met Your Mother, having a perfect week is one of the hardest accomplishments to achieve. In regards to baseball, winning every game in an individual week takes great skill and for […]

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