Much has been made of the Chicago White Sox Adam Dunn, and just how pathetically incompetent he's been at the plate this season. Yes. it's been analyzed and over analyzed, but the numbers are still STUNNINGLY BAD! Think about it, it's almost August. So nearly four full months of the season has gone by and Dunn, after going o-2 last night with a K and a BB against Detroit Tigers … [Read more...] about White Sox Adam Dunn is Hitting .029 vs. Lefties this Season
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The Chicago White Sox are "All in." It's the marketing slogan for 2011 and it reflects what the front office did this past offseason; sacking up, buying more chips and shoving 'em towards the middle of the table with authority. A lot of MLB teams did likewise. The Detroit Tigers did some heavy very short term investing. The Oakland Athletics bought themselves some power … [Read more...] about White Sox Opener Mirrors Offseason, Organization Mantra: AGGRESSIVE!
Two months into the off-season, Chicago White Sox brass offered no clue as to the direction they were taking the team in 2011. This week, they not only revealed their plan, but made roster moves with the passion and vigor of a Black Friday shopper seeking a $300, 40-inch TV. Bobby Jenks? He gone! Scott Linebrink? Traded to Atlanta. J.J. Putz, declines arbitration and … [Read more...] about White Sox Signings Show Sights Set on Series Run in ’11
That Elusive Lefty Hitter Might be Costly But Cheaper Options Are Available. The Sox could afford to be active in a trade for a DH\1B type as it is almost a certainty Paul Konerko or Mark Kotsay (most likely) will not return in 2011. If not traded for a slugger, Viciedo is likely to assume one of those positions next year. So while a multi-year player of this … [Read more...] about Which Left-Handed Hitter Should the White Sox Land?