White Sox pitcher Chris Sale is being sent to the bullpen because of a sore elbow, the Chicago Tribune reports.
A clever Cubs fan has taken a new approach to help his favorite team out.
It’s safe to say this hasn’t been the start to the season Cubs fans were hoping to see from veteran reliever Kerry Wood.
Jake Peavy’s second DL-stint of the season sparked conversation about the former Cy Young winner moving to the bullpen to take strain off of his arm.
Injuries and poor performances int he starting rotation has added to the work load of the Chicago Cubs’ bullpen. It’s a problem that the organization didn’t foresee coming into the season.
The return of Jake Peavy, as well as the solid pitching of Phil Humber has presented the Chicago White Sox with a tough decision regarding their starting rotation.
It’s has been a tough season so far for the White Sox and their fans. Both thought the team would have a good chance to win the division and make a deep run into the playoffs, but through 32 games Chicago is stuck in last place.
The Chicago White Sox are off to a respectable 7-5 record, but if it weren’t for a shaky bullpen things could be looking much better on the South Side of Chicago.
The bullpen isn’t just blowing saves. It’s blowing a golden chance to fill seats.
Every half inning of a baseball game ends when three outs are registered, not more and not less.
Ozzie Guillen finally lost his cool after Wednesday’s 7-4 loss to the Athletics. Frankly, it’s about time and he had about six good reasons to do so.
The White Sox have announced they will bring in designated outfielder Lastings Milledge, and are buying the minor-league contract of pitcher Jeff Gray.
Despite what the early results have been, the fact remains that the White Sox bullpen is an embarrassment of riches.
The Chicago White Sox’s offensive power was on full display during their Opening Day victory over the Cleveland Indians.
One of the biggest stories for the Chicago White Sox during spring training has been the battle for the closer role. The perception is that it will come down to with Chris Sale or Matt Thornton.
For most of his professional baseball career Jeff Samardzija hasn’t exactly what his role would be. But this year was different, he entered spring training knowing he’d be in the bullpen, and for that he’s grateful.
Over the offseason it wasn’t clear if Chris Sale’s role for the 2011 season would be as a starter or coming out of the bullpen.
Jake Peavy updated his health status on Wednesday. The 2007 Cy Young Award winner is coming of a 2010 in which he underwent season-ending surgery to repair a detached lat muscle in the shoulder.