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Stinky Stanky

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About Stinky Stanky

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    Lake County, IL

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  • Favorite Sox player
    Eloy Jimenez
  • Favorite Sox moment
    Luis steps on second, fires to first, the Sox win the pennant!
  • Favorite Former Sox Player
    Luis Aparicio
  1. Stinky Stanky

    The TLR Manager Thread

    Len and Jason didn't know the rule either. I wonder if Stoney did.. Either way, TLR was taking it in the rear with tornadic force on the 670 postgamer.
  2. Stinky Stanky

    GT 5/4: SOX at CIN

    Funny and serious at the same time. I might substitute Ditka for Yerminator, but right on the money. We have some nasty pitching.
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    The TLR Manager Thread

    If you leave the politics out of it, it becomes just another cheap shot. Stories are hard to come by in the Journalism Business nowadays. I cranked my pixels to the max and was able to see my old Chicago home. It's the bluest spot of all! ๐Ÿ˜
  4. Stinky Stanky

    The TLR Manager Thread

    Isn't TLR's mother's side Cuban? That explains it! ๐Ÿ˜
  5. Stinky Stanky

    White Sox Game 1 Winner!

    Hendriks looks so much better when he has more than one pitch going. The slider was working today. Don't forget to bring it along next game, Liam.
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    Ethan Katz

    That would be too much like the losing politicians taking analyst jobs on TV to criticize the winners. Except this would be uglier. I'd avoid listening to it.
  7. Stinky Stanky

    Tigers @ Sox 4/29 Game 2

    If Grandal wants to play offense with half a field, what's the defense supposed to do? Yas has to adjust. The old "Where's he gonna play" story. An embarrassment of riches.
  8. Stinky Stanky

    White Sox (Hendriks) v. Twins (Colome)

    If anyone enjoys watching Alex Colome pitch, then they enjoy rain delays. At least Hendriks throws the ball fairly frequently.๐Ÿ˜
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    White Sox (Hendriks) v. Twins (Colome)

    Making bigtime sense here, just 'cuz it's so, so true. Not going to get an audience from the "You always get what you pay for" crowd, but it's still true. You and I must belong to the "You always get what you pay for, except when you don't get what you pay for" crowd. Remember when the bozo we called Juan Disgusto added a new pitch and became the hottest reliever in the NL? RP's are a tricky bunch to evaluate.
  10. Stinky Stanky

    Tigers @ Sox

    Take it back to G2 and 3 of the 2020 playoffs. He gets a hit in either one and it's a different world.
  11. For certain, it's very good at preventing fatalities.
  12. Stinky Stanky

    Madrigal.

    It wasn't even a safety squeeze because he didn't take off as soon as the bunt hit the ground, but delayed until the fielder tuned to first base. Good baserunning. Wears #1, reminds me of Lance Johnson in the 9 hole.
  13. Stinky Stanky

    Thatโ€™s a Nicky Two Strikes Winner!!

    A big part of his "bad luck" is that he's hitting into half of a baseball diamond covered by four infielders. I'm not being sarcastic here, but I don't know if the advanced stats consider that. OK, I am a Neanderthal. ๐Ÿ˜„
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    Thatโ€™s a Nicky Two Strikes Winner!!

    If this is supposed to make me think that a .130 hitter is good, it isn't working. So call me a Neanderthal. ๐Ÿ˜
  15. Stinky Stanky

    Thatโ€™s a Nicky Two Strikes Winner!!

    Exactly what I was thinking. Tony watched Grandal bunt during spring training and knew that he could, two sac bunts for his career be damned. A few of our bunting bozos could take a lesson from Yas. More importantly, this thread has degenerated into The Big Bunting Argument Revisited, which is why I love White Sox fans in general and you guys in particular.
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