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flavum, July 7, 2013 in 2013 Season in Review
Atta boy, Josh!
About a foot away from 2 HR against him.
He can def generate some power.
Overall Phegley has shown a pretty good approach at the plate in an admittedly very small sample size.
Tyler Flowers just texted his agent: Get me outta here.
Brian Anderson laughs and says "I hit two bombs against a Cy winner as a rookie"
In no way, shape, form or fashion am I blaming Danks.
Bad call. Tekotte call was questionable too
I hate Luke Scott
Rios continues to be hopeless playing balls near the wall
Today's lineup is one of the worst ever put on the field by a White Sox team I feel. That lineup screams lousiness. I realize injuries play a part in it but wow.
Phegley 2-6, .333. Flowers 2 for his last 6 starts.
When I think of bad lineups, I think of this one: http://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/CL...200510010.shtml
People were pissed that Oz called off the dogs after we clinched and we still beat their ass
Alexei is far from perfect, but one day we'll miss having a shortstop that makes those plays look easy
Do you think if the front office announced all tickets the rest of the season at the Cell would be 10 bucks with free parking that the Sox would draw a ton of fans? It'd be like going to a movie. I assume movies in Chicago are about 10 bucks now?
It probably would anger season ticket holders, though. I guess if you are rich ticket prices don't matter even if the product is abysmal.
Just another day in the office for our guys....
I've been saying it for a while, but we've been spoiled with good play at SS for about a decade.
Ramirez might be the most under appreciated Sox player of my lifetime. Seriously.
5/9 were everyday starters
How the hell did Baltimore lose 2 of 3 to the anemic White Sox? The guy threw what, 90 pitches today to beat this pathetic team?
Um, maybe because even bad teams don't go 0-162?
I agree, and that's what makes moving Alexei so hard. Maybe he is more respected / appreciated among GMs themselves, but I just don't see it likely that the SOX will win a trade involving Ramirez, short term or long term. With that said, Alexei has been one of the SOX biggest problems this year, while he at times is one of the most valuable players on the team. Hard to understand.
I'd personally keep Alexei, Alex and Peavy around if the SOX cannot get 1 major league ready prospect who is ready to legitimately contribute in return for each of them. Move everybody else.
If I could turn Alexei into Kolten Wong via trade, I'd do it without much hesitation. Kolten would immediately become our 2B with Gordon going to SS -- you then have a nice young MIF to grow with.
Good lord is our post-game show bad
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