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off subject, i know but who is this pitcher theyre referring too..or maybe i just forgot..

whitesox.com

 

It was Guillen who apologized to the White Sox fan base last year for putting a relief pitcher into a game against Boston who had been regularly getting hammered and got crushed once again by the Red Sox on that night. That particular pitcher no longer is with the team.

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QUOTE (Melissa1334 @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 05:19 PM)
off subject, i know but who is this pitcher theyre referring too..or maybe i just forgot..

whitesox.com

 

It was Guillen who apologized to the White Sox fan base last year for putting a relief pitcher into a game against Boston who had been regularly getting hammered and got crushed once again by the Red Sox on that night. That particular pitcher no longer is with the team.

 

I think it was Boone

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with alexei playing in the B game i imagine we'll see more of gordo in the real game

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QUOTE (daa84 @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 11:35 AM)
with alexei playing in the B game i imagine we'll see more of gordo in the real game

 

Maybe. Could be Lillibridge. Could be a few other NRI players they have in camp.

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QUOTE (flavum @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 11:14 AM)
Poreda rough start so far...Homer by Furcal, single by Hudson, according to Joe Cowley.

 

Updates here:

 

http://twitter.com/cst_sox

He's working alot on his secondary pitches probably, but the kid still has growing to do to get professional hitters like Furcal and Hudson out.

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QUOTE (RockRaines @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 11:46 AM)
He's working alot on his secondary pitches probably, but the kid still has growing to do to get professional hitters like Furcal and Hudson out.

Which is why I hope he is starting in AAA this season, to work those things out. We have no need to rush him into the bullpen, where we have plenty of talent available. Besides, at this point without the necessary good secondary pitches, he is basically Matt Thornton, which we already have.

 

Is there any way to get udpates on this game, other than Cowley's irritating twits? I don't see a box score on MLB.com.

 

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QUOTE (NorthSideSox72 @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 09:49 AM)
Which is why I hope he is starting in AAA this season, to work those things out. We have no need to rush him into the bullpen, where we have plenty of talent available. Besides, at this point without the necessary good secondary pitches, he is basically Matt Thornton, which we already have.

 

Is there any way to get udpates on this game, other than Cowley's irritating twits? I don't see a box score on MLB.com.

better than nothing for a b game

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QUOTE (The Ginger Kid @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 12:00 PM)
better than nothing for a b game

 

 

There's no box score on MLB.com.

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QUOTE (The Ginger Kid @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 12:00 PM)
better than nothing for a b game

 

Not much...

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Poreda threw 21 pitches, 18 fastballs, two breaking pitches and a change-up. His fastball was clocked from 91-93 mph.

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QUOTE (flavum @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 12:39 PM)
Poreda threw 21 pitches, 18 fastballs, two breaking pitches and a change-up. His fastball was clocked from 91-93 mph.

Where'd you find that? He must either be taking it easy or was working on cutting his fastball.

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QUOTE (RockRaines @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 02:49 PM)
Where'd you find that? He must either be taking it easy or was working on cutting his fastball.

first outing of ST, im sure hes just getting going and working on location...

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QUOTE (RockRaines @ Feb 27, 2009 -> 12:49 PM)
Where'd you find that? He must either be taking it easy or was working on cutting his fastball.

 

Mark Gonzalez' blog.

 

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I don't think we can expect Matt Thornton velocity. Everyone's (DJ said it during the radio broadcast of Game 1) said a tick or two under that, so, when the season comes around, he should be at 93-96 pretty consistently.

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