Tag: pitching

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. ...

Starting Rotation Restores Faith in White Sox Rebuild and Baseball Fun

Remember last season when the White Sox were throwing out David Holmberg, Mike Pelfrey, Chris Volstad, Derek Holland, and Miguel Gonzalez to start games? Those were some good times. Well, not really but either way, it seems like such a long time ago that the White Sox appeared so far away from being any kind ...

Carlos Rodon Starting to Win His Battle with Inconsistency

Throughout his four-year career, Carlos Rodon has fought two major battles. The first, injury, eluded him in his first two seasons, allowing him to get some experience in the majors. The second however, inconsistency, struck right off the bat, and the 26 year-old lefty has been battling it ever since. Admittedly, all pitchers struggle with ...

What’s Up With The Sox Starters?

The White Sox, as of Wednesday morning, are 9-24. They have struggled to get anything going as a team, and even with the team focused on a rebuild, this year has been a special type of painful thus far. So what's been the issue? The bullpen, sure. The offense, yeah. But those things are expected ...

Is Hector Santiago Making His Case to be in the White Sox Starting Rotation?

After a week and a half of White Sox Spring Training games, there have been a mix of both good and bad pitching performances. On one end of the spectrum, we have potential starting pitcher Carson Fulmer. Unfortunately for the right-hander, his performances would have to be placed under the "bad" category. Fulmer has struggled ...

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