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

Nate Jones

I wrote earlier that the Chicago White Sox shouldn’t worry about reliever Nate Jones’ slow start to the 2014 season. But shortly after the White Sox lost to the Minnesota Twins, reports surfaced that the gluteal strain that dragged Jones […]

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Jose Quintana

The New York Yankees do not make mistakes — or at least that is what they tell themselves. Once upon a time they were considered not just the best team that money could buy, but the best farm system anyone […]

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Felipe Paulino

The Chicago White Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 7-6 in 11 innings, making the South Siders 2-0 in 2014 and sending shots of joy throughout White Sox Nation. However, the game was rife with little issues that, if not corrected sooner rather […]

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Matt Lindstrom

The Chicago White Sox waited until the last possible moment to reveal who will be their closer to begin the 2014 season. With a two-run lead still intact, Robin Ventura called upon Matt Lindstrom to close the door. In came the veteran […]

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Alejandro De Aza

Predicted left fielder Dayan Viciedo was noticeably absent from the Chicago White Sox opening day lineup as they readied themselves to start the 2014 season in Chicago against division rival the Minnesota Twins. The team announced shortly before the game that […]

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Tyler Flowers

As the Opening Day lineups are announced throughout ballparks all across America on Monday, cheers will follow after every player’s name is heard over the loudspeakers. This usually occurs because of the fans’ sincere optimism that every player on their […]

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Rick Hahn

When moving into a new role of leadership in a company, one will undoubtedly be compared to his or her predecessor at the beginning. This was true last year when Rick Hahn took over for Kenny Williams as the GM […]

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Chris Sale

On Monday, all will seem right with the world. Across the country, teams will embark on what they hope will be a seven month journey to a championship. Stands will be filled. Kids will miss class to be with their […]

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Marcus Semien

During the course of a 162 game baseball season, injuries are inevitable. Teams know that they must stockpile depth at all positions in order to be ready for an abrupt injury. More playing time for the person taking over could […]

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