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Jose Quintana...Signs with Angels (1YR 8M)

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5 minutes ago, HOFHurt35 said:

The camp disappointed the Sox aren't in on Bauer is the delusional portion of our fanbase. 

If you haven't figured out the White Sox (shitty) business model by now then you haven't been paying attention.

Anyone who knows my posts knows that's not me. I'm realistic. 

I'm merely sad because of what could be but won't. 

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14 minutes ago, EloyJenkins said:

An Edwin Jackson type so to speak. I just don't see it. 

2018 gives me glimmer of hope.  If not SP, maybe give him a shot at long R.  But if he's traded, I'd get over it quickly.

Added: if he's traded and does well then no fault to RH.  ReyLo got chance after chance.

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2 hours ago, southsider2k5 said:

From the guy who complained about the swear filters not working...

No you don't get it...I'm complaining about the inconsistency. If it was up to me I wouldn't give two shits about people saying fuck. 

I know it's broken, so my argument is to turn it completely off. 

The warning was for people browsing at work. 

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Lopez's stuff isn't very good. They did correct some of his fastball which now has more rising movement than running, which was part of his command problem. But that's a lot of his issues, every thing moves laterally rather than getting good rise or sink, and hitters don't have as much issue with that, especially when they can't locate it.

It's partly why getting a curve back will help. Like even if Katz finds a curveball with him, he needs one much better than this.

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His stuff looks like Quintana except Q is an artist with command and pitching feel.

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Just now, Jack Parkman said:

No you don't get it...I'm complaining about the inconsistency. If it was up to me I wouldn't give two shits about people saying fuck. 

I know it's broken, so my argument is to turn it completely off. 

I think we can agree this is one forum that really doesn't need a swear filter.

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1 minute ago, Jack Parkman said:

No you don't get it...I'm complaining about the inconsistency. If it was up to me I wouldn't give two shits about people saying fuck. 

I know it's broken, so my argument is to turn it completely off. 

Oh I get it.  You are just going to keep poking at it until someone does something about it.  Don't treat me like I am stupid.

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5 minutes ago, bmags said:

Lopez's stuff isn't very good. They did correct some of his fastball which now has more rising movement than running, which was part of his command problem. But that's a lot of his issues, every thing moves laterally rather than getting good rise or sink, and hitters don't have as much issue with that, especially when they can't locate it.

It's partly why getting a curve back will help. Like even if Katz finds a curveball with him, he needs one much better than this.

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His stuff looks like Quintana except Q is an artist with command and pitching feel.

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Is it just my perception or isn't notorious for getting ahead early in the count then picking at and missing the edges until 6-7 pitches later 2-2 & 3-2 counts?   If so, this seems like it could be easily corrected by STOP DOING THAT!

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Good luck Jose. Happy he’s not back as I always want fond memories of him. Can’t wait for Sox to destroy him opening week.

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Just now, fathom said:

Good luck Jose. Happy he’s not back as I always want fond memories of him. Can’t wait for Sox to destroy him opening week.

I wouldnt have mind a reunion but hope Sox are simply aiming higher. 

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Sox must have something else in mind they did not get him for 8m

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I would just laugh hard if nothing else happens this offseason.

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6 minutes ago, justBLAZE said:

I wouldnt have mind a reunion but hope Sox are simply aiming higher. 

This is where I'm at. 

Quintana fan club for life.

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1 for 8 is less than many thought......they better not be done. 

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I would think this puts more legs on a Burnes trade. It seems like dominos are falling. It could be a scenario where Sox were Q's preferred destination, but Sox pivoted to Burnes instead and a deal is near, so he went for the Angels. 

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1/$8M seems pretty ideal for Q.  Very curious what else Hahn has up his sleeve to fill out the rotation. 

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4 minutes ago, Tony said:

1 for 8 is less than many thought......they better not be done. 

And within their theoretical $8M budget!  So either something is close on Burnes, they got their sights on Richards, or these foodies are full of shit.

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....God Damn, well hopefully the Angels are out of the Bauer sweepstakes (let me dream!)

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1 hour ago, thxfrthmmrs said:

I would think this puts more legs on a Burnes trade. It seems like dominos are falling. It could be a scenario where Sox were Q's preferred destination, but Sox pivoted to Burnes instead and a deal is near, so he went for the Angels. 

This has to be it. By all accounts, Quintana enjoyed being a White Sox and at this point would probably have loved to stay in Chicago. He might have been waiting for a final word from the Sox. And they might have just told him no because of something else about to happen....

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8 minutes ago, South Sider said:

This has to be it. By all accounts, Quintana enjoyed being a White Sox and at this point would probably have loved to stay in Chicago. He might have been waiting for a final word from the Sox. And they might have just told him no because of something else about to happen....

I really hope you are on to something

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This really surprises me - this move just made so much sense to me. Hopefully Sox really are thinking bigger and bigger will work out and be the right move in the long run!  

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