White Sox Pitching
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.
After a horrific injury that forced Jake Peavy into surgery and 10 months of rehabilitation, he made his 2011 debut on Wednesday night as the Chicago White Sox beat the Los Angeles Angels 6-4.
The return of Jake Peavy to the Chicago White Sox rotation was a welcome sight for the team’s coaches, players and fans. But his return also makes for an expanded starting rotation as the team tries to get back into division race.
The Chicago White Sox are off to a surprisingly bad start to the 2011 season, and the same can be said for starting pitcher John Danks.
The Chicago White Sox are still struggling through the 2011 season, looking to get some consistent offense to back up their solid starting pitching.
Through their first 32 games of the season, the White Sox have the worst record in all of baseball. This clearly wasn’t the season that fans had expected, and becuase of that, they’re now looking for somewhere to place the blame.
No one is more surprised by the funk they’ve fallen into than the Chicago White Sox.
Mark Buehrle picked up a big win on Monday night. His 6.2 innings of shutout baseball helped the Chicago White Sox break their five-game losing streak, but it was the 150th win of Buehrle’s career.
The Chicago White Sox losing streak has reached seven games. And over the course of this slump, Chicago hasn’t been able to score more than four runs in a game.
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.
Jake Peavy will make a second rehab start at Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday. He’s trying to work his way back to the Chicago White Sox after being shut down with rotator cuff tendinitis on March 19.
Before last season’s trade deadline, the Chicago White Sox acquired Edwin Jackson from the Arizona Diamondbacks. At the time it was thought that the move was made in order to flip Jackson and get Adam Dunn.
Just three games into the season, and it’s the Chicago White Sox offense that’s stealing most of the attention, but that’s not due to under-performing starting pitching.
A.J. Pierzynski has a reputation of being a player you hate to play against, but love as a teammate. Well newly acquired Jesse Crain is going to find out just how true that really is.
Jake Peavy’s injury has been given a good amount of the attention this spring training. While it’s important to discuss the injury, the Chicago White Sox will still have a very effective starting rotation without Peavy.
Jake Peavy’s most recent injury raises a lot of questions. How big of a setback will this be? Were the White Sox rushing him back? Was Peavy rushing himself back?
The expectations for the Chicago White Sox are high this season. The organization has already declared that they’re “All In,” in their pursuit of a championship.
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.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle is in the final year of his contract. And he admits that there’s a chance this could be his last season in Chicago.
Mark Buehrle has been the opening day starter for the Chicago White Sox for eight of the last nine seasons, but if you ask him, this year should be the first that John Danks gets that honor.