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  2. joesaiditstrue

    Abreu and Grandal tanked this game.

    also would be interesting if somebody looked at Abreu's hitting lines per game and then listed the game time temperature with each one, lol
  3. joesaiditstrue

    Abreu and Grandal tanked this game.

    both guys who are typically slow starters I reckon. sucks but we don't currently have anyone in the lineup other than Yermin and Eaton who can pick them up until it starts warming up, just try and hover around .500 like has been said
  4. joesaiditstrue

    The Andrew Vaughn LF Thread

    that's true but Eloy seems more athletic and probably runs faster and is a bigger guy honestly it's probably a wash between them in LF, though Vaughn probably won't make as many boneheaded mistakes
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  6. hi8is

    The Andrew Vaughn LF Thread

    Maybe I’m already used to seeing Eloy flub plays like that and break his pinky every other day.
  7. Stinky Stanky

    The Andrew Vaughn LF Thread

    Lotta cheap shots at Eloy for a Vaughn thread. His routes weren't that bad. All right, coming in on a short ball you may have a point.
  8. Dominikk85

    The Andrew Vaughn LF Thread

    Yeah it wasn't super difficult to get there as he was playing deep already and the ball was hanging up a long time but the wall was well timed.
  9. greg775

    Abreu and Grandal tanked this game.

    Abreu seems to be pressing at the plate. Maybe not, just seems that way. Unfortunately he may not heat up til the weather does. I'm just gonna stay patient. As long as team doesn't fall five under .500 or something. That would be really bad. Better only be 1 or 2 under .500 or 1 or 2 over til Sox get hot. None of this five under .500.
  10. chitownsportsfan

    Madrigal.

    Bruh. One thing in Nick's favor is that he's the rare bird that takes walks despite swinging a wet noodle of a bat. I don't know if he can sustain a 360-370 OBP with a .30 ISO. I guess we'll find out.
  11. Greg Hibbard

    Madrigal.

    He has 0.5 bWAR through 40 games, a pace of 2.0+ per 162. As long as he makes improvement enough to get to 2.5/162 I’m good. I think he can get there.
  12. manbearpuig

    Lets Not Panic

    Benneti has pointed out a few times that if you look at standings, only a couple games really separates all the teams (minus Red Sox and Dodgers). Everyone is close. Just continue playing close games, .500 ball until the offense heats up (hopefully soon).
  13. Jerksticks

    Lets Not Panic

    No man, I’m saying look at the standings. Pretty much every team that was supposed to be really good this year is about .500 or under. Only the Dodgers and Padres seem to be walking the walk. Seriously take a look. Seems to me that the Twins, Sox, Tribe, Jays, Yankees, Rays, Astros, Braves, Mets, Phillies and the entire NL Central must all be blowing some games too. Seems like most of the league is working out the kinks to start the year, including us. I wouldn’t trade our roster with any of those. Ownership, yes. But I said roster. If you can’t see that we’re stacked compared to almost every team I don’t know what to tell you except...maybe take some drugs to relax 😂
  14. RagahRagah

    The Andrew Vaughn LF Thread

    Lol why did I laugh so hard at that.
  15. RagahRagah

    Lets Not Panic

    Other teams are bad, therefore we shouldn't be bothered about being bad. Um, no. Doesn't work, sorry. And again, the Yankees have a history of great scouting, development, investing, and winning. Who cares about their roster this year? There's not a fan alive that wouldn't switch ownership with the Yankees. If we were the Yankees we would all be quite happy.
  16. lostfan

    Who Is "Mr. White Sox?"

    Who do you consider the team leader, face of the franchise, heart of the team, whatever you want to call it, however you define it. We had Frank Thomas, then Paul Konerko. Who's that guy for you, currently?
  17. caulfield12

    Sox resign Rodon 1 yr /3m official, Vargas DFA

    Quintana was amazing for most of 2012 and helped carry their unexpected charge at the Tigers. He was one of the best #2/3 starters in baseball until 2017, when things started to go south. Arguably, on some bottom 10 teams, he would have been the ace or best pitcher. But a solid #2, definitely. His weak points were not always going long in games (past the 5th or 6th, especially near the end of his Sox career), and not being able to put away hitters because he lacked one true "plus" strikeout pitch that he could always call forth in pressure situations. Always overlooked because he was never a dominant stuff pitcher, but got by on guile, location and was in many ways similar to Mark Buehrle (or a Glavine with less control), except for sometimes slowing down the game a bit more with runners on base.
  18. DirtySox

    2021 MLB Draft Thread

  19. There's some straight up haters in this thread.
  20. What the fuck is a "3 year hot streak" lmao
  21. chitownsportsfan

    Abreu and Grandal tanked this game.

    We really need a "I'm pissed about this loss and want to spout off" thread. 1/162 fellas. Act like ya 'been there before.
  22. SCCWS

    The Andrew Vaughn LF Thread

    The Fenway wall will be fun this weekend. Eloy might have put some dents in it w his body.
  23. hi8is

    The Andrew Vaughn LF Thread

    Oh give me a break man it was a good play by any standard.
  24. SCCWS

    Abreu and Grandal tanked this game.

    Robert has been struggling in the 2 so they moved him to 7 and he had 2 hits. Now you want to move him to the 3. That makes no sense.
  25. manbearpuig

    CLE @ SOX, 1:10 PM Central

    Like I said earlier: just hover around .500 until then.
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