Rule 7.13 has everyone in baseball confused and angry.
Even though they no longer play in the same division, Chicago White Sox starter John Danks is still being haunted by Austin Jackson. The former Detroit Tigers outfielder went 3 for 4 with a career-high four RBIs against Danks as the Seattle Mariners beat the White Sox 4-2 on Sunday.
Pitching coach Don Cooper is absent with a case of vertigo and isn’t traveling to Seattle.
Tyler Flowers started 2013 great, then struggled mightily and now has found his way again.
Tyler Flowers went 3-for-3 with a triple, a home run, and drove in three runs, and combined with rookie slugger Jose Abreu, who had two hits and two RBIs, to lead the White Sox to a rain-shortened 5-3 victory over the Rangers.
At 54-58, Chicago is 5 1/2 games out of the second-wild card spot.
Tyler Flowers couldn’t handle the throw home, and Mike Moustakas scored the game-winner.
What began as a promising season for White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers has turned into a mess over the past 45 games.
Jose Abreu homered for the second straight game after coming off the disabled list, and Tyler Flowers also went deep to lead the Chicago White Sox to a 4-1 victory on Tuesday night.
Rick Hahn has seen a transformation of his offense that he hoped for but probably didn’t expect.
Remember to keep your head up when sitting in the front row, folks.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura questioned the effort of his players after a 5-1 loss to Arizona on Sunday in Chicago, and he spoke about the “uninspired” effort again before playing at Oakland on Monday night hoping for a spark. All he could complain about after the latest loss is that the comeback came too late.
The fantasy baseball experts at CBSSports.com break down who to start and who to sit for the upcoming week.
Let’s not forget that Ryan Braun tried to ruin an innocent man’s reputation.
Chris Sale says the “sky is the limit” when asked about room for improvement.
On his way down to the minors, Josh Phegley says, “We all had our opportunities” to win the starting job.
In an attempt to regain his starting catching job, Tyler Flowers will get the first shot from manager Robin Ventura this spring.
Flowers, 27, hit .195 (50-256) with 10 home runs and 24 RBI over 84 games last season, his fifth in the White Sox organization.
The position is talent-poor, but it’s also essential to the White Sox’s recovery.
These projections aren’t perfect, but they are illustrative and worth discussing