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Jimmy Cordero Has TJ Surgery

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He should leave a flaming bag of shit on Ricky's porch for ruining his arm. 

Edited by Jack Parkman
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That came out of nowhere.  It’s a hit to the depth department, but probably the best area to take a hit.  Also, one less 40 man roster spot to open up.

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9 minutes ago, Jack Parkman said:

He should leave a flaming bag of shit on Ricky's porch for ruining his arm. 

What a shame. Ricky made fans hate Jimmy by overusing the hell out of him and putting him in a bunch of crappy situations. And now he's gotta get TJS.

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Team player. Wish him the best in his recovery.

As others have said, Ricky abused him and it ended up tanking his stats. Whether it was coming into a jam, coming in for mop up work or putting one in Contreras' ribs, Jimmy always did what he was asked.

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9 minutes ago, raBBit said:

Team player. Wish him the best in his recovery.

As others have said, Ricky abused him and it ended up tanking his stats. Whether it was coming into a jam, coming in for mop up work or putting one in Contreras' ribs, Jimmy always did what he was asked.

100%. Feel badly for him. 

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White Sox hurler Jimmy Cordero had successful Ricky Renteria surgery. 

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If 28 innings did him, it was probably inevitable anyway

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Was Kopech TJ Ricky's fault as well? 

The biggest competition this Spring is not who will win the final roster spots. but rather who will serve as scapegoat for this season and beyond. Certainly can't be La Russa or Hahn, they are among the GOATs of MLB, if not HOF human beings. Guess Kenny Williams will resume his role from Hahn's first four seasons, when the Sox were "trying", and by golly they almost finished .500 that one year but fell only six games short. Oh, I forgot, Ricky was the bench coach in 2016, definitely his fault.

 

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Very under-appreciated piece of the bullpen last year regardless of his stats.  Answered the bell every time called.    

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19 minutes ago, Vulture said:

If 28 innings did him, it was probably inevitable anyway

Thank you for this freezing cold take, my drink had gotten warm and this saved me a trip to the kitchen for ice.

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1 hour ago, pcq said:

White Sox hurler Jimmy Cordero had successful Ricky Renteria surgery. 

He had his Renteria removed but it was too late to save the patient ..... 

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I hope they can cure his boneitis while they're at it

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I hope everyone donated to unicef this Halloween so Jerry can afford to pay some unfortunate islander to buy a baseball glove and fill a roster spot. 

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2 hours ago, raBBit said:

Team player. Wish him the best in his recovery.

As others have said, Ricky abused him and it ended up tanking his stats. Whether it was coming into a jam, coming in for mop up work or putting one in Contreras' ribs, Jimmy always did what he was asked.

Ricky had 3 and a half starters and Cordero was one of the guys who had to fill out for that. 

Not saying Ricky managed the pen great but that starting pitching situation always meant some guys would be overused. Somebody needed to throw those innings. 

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1 hour ago, Dominikk85 said:

Ricky had 3 and a half starters and Cordero was one of the guys who had to fill out for that. 

Not saying Ricky managed the pen great but that starting pitching situation always meant some guys would be overused. Somebody needed to throw those innings. 

C’mon man they had detwiler who was pitching pretty damn good and Ricky refused to use him. It was very obvious that Cordero was his whipping boy

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31 minutes ago, HahnsKiddieTable said:

C’mon man they had detwiler who was pitching pretty damn good and Ricky refused to use him. It was very obvious that Cordero was his whipping boy

Hahn cut Detwiler before the playoffs in favor of calling up Rodon, a lifelong starter, for to pitch out of bullpen when the games meant the most.

Cordero was the second best Sox pitcher during the playoffs, only topped by Giolito. 

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11 minutes ago, South Side Hit Men said:

Hahn cut Detwiler before the playoffs in favor of calling up Rodon, a lifelong starter, for to pitch out of bullpen when the games meant the most.

Cordero was the second best Sox pitcher during the playoffs, only topped by Giolito. 

Time to get your eyeglasses prescription updated ya old coot

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16 minutes ago, ron883 said:

Time to get your eyeglasses prescription updated ya old coot

Still waiting for your first meaningful post, troll. Not holding my breath.

Cordero pitched 3 2/3 scoreless over two games in the playoffs.

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Looks like Jimmy gas can hit empty. Shame what renteria  did to him last season

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9 hours ago, South Side Hit Men said:

Hahn cut Detwiler before the playoffs in favor of calling up Rodon, a lifelong starter, for to pitch out of bullpen when the games meant the most.

Cordero was the second best Sox pitcher during the playoffs, only topped by Giolito. 

Obviously SSS, but Detwiler was starting to be exposed before he was cut (declining K rate, with increasing BB & hard hit rates).  This is where is scouting comes into play and I’m fairly confident our scouts didn’t feel Detwiler could replicate his flashes of success going forward.

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15 hours ago, Vulture said:

If 28 innings did him, it was probably inevitable anyway

He had 14 outings in September. If he pitched that much every month, that would be an 84 appearance year. No pitcher has appeared in 84 games since 2011. 

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