Tag: don cooper

Southside Delivery Mailbag: May 1, 2019

Our Southsiders find themselves at 12-14, and playing much better ball as of late. Things are getting more and more exciting. Yoan Moncada has shown his potential, Jose Abreu is heating up, and a star has been born in Tim Anderson. While it is great to see the club playing better ball, it's just as ...

The 2005 White Sox complete-game record will be untouchable for years

Every postseason brings along an opportunity for something truly special. Milestones, memorable moments, and records are reached, made, and broken every October. But to do something that may never be done again, that is truly special. The 2005 White Sox have become the most under-appreciated World Series Champion in the media and even around Chicago. ...

Should the White Sox consider going after Matt Harvey?

The Matt Harvey era in New York came to a tumultuous end this weekend as the Mets announced they were designating the right-hander for assignment. The former ace struggled mightily this season, going 0-2 with a 7.00 ERA in 21.0 innings pitched, and made the headlines for all the wrong reasons. After being bumped from ...

Jon Garland Contemplates a Comeback

Jon Garland was back on the South Side for Mark Buehrle's jersey retirement ceremony on Saturday. The day after celebrating his former teammate, he threw a bullpen session for White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper at Guaranteed Rate Field. Garland has been out of baseball since 2013. However, over the past year, he has been ...

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