Is anyone better right now than Jake Peavy in the AL? Well maybe so. His own teammate Chris Sale is certainly doing well. But for the White Sox, Jake Peavy is showing why they gave him a new contract to be a top of the rotation starter. On Tuesday, Peavy went deep into the game throwing seven solid innings, allowing just two runs on five hits, walking none and striking out six. His performance gave his team a chance to win. Plain and simple.
When he left the game the White Sox had regained the lead and by the end, Peavy’s record improved to 5-1 on the season with a 2.96 ERA.
Early on in the game Adam Dunn and Dayan Viciedo went back-to-back with homers giving the Sox a 2-0 lead in the 2nd inning. The Twins would fight back to tie the game at 2-2, but the White Sox would give Peavy the victory as Tyler Flowers gave the Sox the lead with an RBI double in the 8th and then Flowers came around to score himself on an RBI single by Alexei Ramirez. The team had 12 hits in the game and did well despite going 2-for-8 with runners in scoring position.
On Wednesday the White Sox got another win on a big day for the offense. They collected 9 runs on 14 hits on their way to a 9-4 victory. The offense was led by Adam Dunn who went 3-for-4 with two homers and 5 RBI. Dunn and the Sox were down 2-0 early in the game until the big man blasted a 2-run shot to center to tie the game in the 3rd. After the Sox took the lead in the 4th on a solo shot by Dayan Viciedo, Dunn would add another RBI to his total with a double to left scoring Alexei Ramirez.
The Twins would cut the lead at one point to 5-4, but Jeff Keppinger’s 2-run double in the 7th, followed by a 2-run blast to center by Dunn in the 8th put the game out of reach. It would give Dylan Axelrod his 1st win of the season despite pitching well thus far.
Tonight the White Sox will start a 4-game series in Anaheim with the Angels. The Sox are 17-21 and still trying to get back to .500 on the year.
LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
With the White Sox ahead 2-0 in the 3rd inning things were looking pretty good for the South Siders. In the 1st inning the Sox had scored two runs thanks to singles by Alejandro De Aza and Alexei Ramirez to begin the game. They both came around to score in the inning. Alex Rios plated one home on an RBI double and then Ramirez would score on a sacrifice-fly by Dayan Viciedo.
Then came the miscue. Another fielding error. With the bases loaded and one out, Justin Morneau was at the plate for the Twins with a full count. He hit a ground ball to Alexei Ramirez at short in what looked like a normal double play ball for Ramirez. In trying to field the ball with his glove, he was unable to pick the ball up. A run would score on the play and it would open up the big inning for the Twins. They would tie the game at 2-2 on a sacrifice-fly to center and then take the lead with a 2-run double by Trevor Plouffe. The Sox have now given up 17 unearned runs on the season. Gross.
The Sox would try to come back and almost did it. Down 5-2 after a solo homer by Minnesota’s Aaron Hicks in the 4th inning, the Sox would get a run back on an RBI ground-out by Alex Rios in the 6th and almost tie it two batters later. With Alexei Ramirez at third, Adam Dunn was at the plate with two outs. He crushed a ball to deep center field on what appeared to be a homer. But Aaron Hicks leaped up and at the top of his jump robbed Dunn on a game tying two run homer as he pulled the ball back over the wall.
That seemed to take the momentum out of the sails of the White Sox. Hicks would add his 2nd homer of the game with a solo shot in the 6th and then the Twins would add four more runs in the 8th to put this game out of reach.
On a good note if their was one, I love that Alexei Ramirez has been moved up in the batting order. He is killing the ball right now. He went 3-for-4 last night and gives our team a chance to score early and more often. The top of the order is much more solid with De Aza and Ramirez and Rios at the top. Hopefully having Viciedo, Konerko and Gillaspie in the middle will lead to some RBI chances if the top 3 get on base. Then having guys like Dunn, Keppinger, and Flowers, who are all struggling, near the bottom will put less pressure on them and they will begin to hit. Greene, Gimenez, Wells and Wise should be and are platoon guys.
Hopefully Gordon Beckham (2B) and John Danks (P) return by the end of the month to help the lineup and pitching rotation. The team sure needs it. Being in last place in the AL Central by six games with a record of 15-21 is not fun.
Tonight the game with the Twins begins at 8:10pm with Jake Peavy (4-1, 3.03 ERA) taking the mound against Kevin Correia (4-2, 3.09 ERA). LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
It’s been a week and a long one at that. Meanwhile, the White Sox had some good games.
Monday: 2-1 win over Kansas City Royals
Tuesday: 1-0 loss to the New York Mets
Wednesday: 6-3 win over the New York Mets
Thursday: Day off
Friday: 7-5 loss to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Saturday: 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Sunday: 3-0 win over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Monday’s win was a walk off winner in extra innings. The White Sox were down 1-0 going into the 9th inning as Chris Sale and James Shields were in a pitching duel. Sale threw 7 1/3 innings, allowed just one run on six hits, walked none and struck out five. Shields threw 8 solid innings allowing no runs on two hits, walking two and struck out nine batters.
In the 9th, the White Sox finally got what they needed as Greg Holland entered the game and allowed three straight singles to load the bases to begin the inning. Yet it looked as if another disaster would come the White Sox way as Paul Konerko grounded right back to Holland who threw home to get the force out and the catcher Perez threw to first base of the double play. After intentionally walking Conor Gillespie, Alexei Ramirez came through with a clutch RBI single to tie the game at 1-1. Jordan Danks was caught in a rundown rounding third base to end the inning, but the Sox tied the game!
Danks would redeem himself with a solo homer with two outs in the 11th to give the Sox the 2-1 lead. Addison Reed would then enter the game and pitch a 1-2-3 inning for his 11th save of the season after blowing the game the night before.
On Tuesday the Sox were dominated by Matt Harvey of the Mets. The ace of their staff and an early Cy Young candidate threw 6 2/3 perfect innings before allowing an infield single to Alex Rios who just barely beat the throw to first for what would be the White Sox only base runner of the entire game. Harvey threw 9 shutout innings, allowed the one hit, walked none and struck out 12 Sox batters. He would not get the win though as this one would be scoreless heading into extra innings.
That was in large part to Hector Santiago. He threw seven shutout innings, allowed just four hits, and walked only two while striking out eight. Nate Jones would surrender a lead-off walk on the mound in the 10th that would eventually come around to score the winning run on a one-out walk-off single by Mike Baxter.
Wednesday the Sox bats finally showed up. Collecting six runs on 13 hits which was plenty of support for Jake Peavy. Peavy was pitching for the first time since April 26th, throwing 6 2/3 solid innings. He allowed just one run on three hits, walking two and striking out six for the win.
Alejandro De Aza had three hits on the night including a lead-off homer, Alex Rios was 3-for-5 with 2 RBI and three runs scored, and Conor Gillaspie who was moved into the cleanup spot for the first time was 2-for-4 with 2 RBI. Paul Konerko also added an RBI in the game on his only hit.
The Sox began a series with the Angels on Friday and the first two games didn’t go as planned. On Friday, with the game tied at 5-5, the Sox errors haunted them again. The fielding error by Gillaspie in the 7th led to two Angels runs and ultimately the loss for the White Sox. It was the Sox 24th error on the season.
On Saturday the Sox had three more errors and lost 3-2. The three errors gives them 27 for the season which is the worst in the American League.
On Sunday though–thank goodness for Chris Sale. Sale had a perfect game going into the 7th inning before it was broken up on a one out single by Mike Trout. At that point the game was still scoreless. Then Alexei Ramirez came through with a two out 2-RBI single to put the Sox ahead 2-0. That received a huge cheer from the home crowd. Ramirez would score on a RBI double by Alex Rios to put the Sox ahead 3-0 before the inning was over.
That is all Sale would need as he would throw a complete game one-hitter. He walked no batters and struck out seven as it was a dominant performance. With the game on ESPN it was great to see Sale receive some more national recognition.
Tonight the White Sox will begin a 3 game set with the Twins in Minnesota.
LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
Robin Ventura’s face was one of sheer disgust. He was waiting for the disaster to occur. You could see it in his expression. I was doing the same thing.
It’s Kansas City. The team that has haunted the Chicago White Sox for 2-plus seasons now. So many things added up in this one that you could just tell a loss was coming.
(1) Lack of clutch hitting. With one out in the 3rd inning, the White Sox loaded the bases but were only able to get one run as Alex Rios grounded into a force out at third base. Mike Moustakas made a great diving grab on, got up, then tagged third base. Adam Dunn would then pop out to third base to end the inning. The Sox were just 2-for-8 with runners in scoring position in the game and left 7 runners on base.
(2) The error. In the bottom of the 5th with one run already in tying the game at 1-1 on a Miguel Tejada RBI single and the bases loaded, Alex Gordon would reach base safely on an error by Jeff Keppinger to give Kansas City the lead at 2-1. It should have been an easy double play to end the inning. Instead it opened the door to yet another run on an Alcides Escobar RBI single. That is the 21st error the Sox have committed in just 29 games. No wonder they have the worst fielding percentage in the AL.
The White Sox did take the lead in the 7th as Hector Gimenez and Dewayne Wise led off the inning with singles. They were then driven in by a Dewayne Wise double to tie the game at 3-3. Jeff Keppinger would then move Wise to third on a ground out to 2nd base and then Wise would come in to score on a wild pitch to give the Sox the 4-3 lead. With Alex Rios still batting, he would give the Sox a 5-3 lead with a deep solo blast to left field. Yet the comeback had to happen to complete the Sox trifecta.
(3) A bullpen collapse. In the 9th inning with a two run lead I could tell this game was not over. Addison Reed was due. He was 10-for-10 in save chances this season. But this was Kansas City. He would walk the first two men he faced and this is where you could just read the expression of Robin Ventura. After Alex Gordon and Alcides Escobar flew out to Alex Rios for the first two outs the biggest nemesis stood at the plate in Billy Butler. Butler would double to the gap in right tying the game at 5-5.
It would go to extra innings where the Sox would lose yet again. With Lorenzo Cain on 2nd base after getting a single and then stealing second with two outs, Brian Omogrosso would intentionally walk Chris Getz. But then he would walk the man he wanted to face in George Kottaras to load the bases. That would bring up a man he didn’t want to see in Alex Gordon. Gordon would crush the ball over the head of Alex Rios to give the Royals the 6-5 walk off win. Rios misplayed the ball in the wind and it was over.
Ventura must feel like he is in the movie Groundhog Day. He is watching the same stuff over and over and having the same press conference day after day. It’s just frustrating.
Today at 2:10pm the White Sox will conclude their 3-game set in the new “house of horrors.” The old one was Minnesota’s Metrodome which is now no longer in existence. This is the makeup game for Friday’s game that was rained out. Jake Peavy will not start as hoped so the White Sox will start Chris Sale (3-2, 3.83 ERA) on normal rest in hopes to avoid a 3-game sweep against the 1st place Royals. James Shields (2-2, 3.00 ERA) will take the mound for the Royals.
As if things couldn’t get worse, Jake Peavy may go to the DL and Gavin Floyd has been declared done for the season. Floyd may have pitched his last game in a White Sox uniform. This adds to the pile of injuries for the Sox that have seen Leyson Septimo transfered to the 60-day DL on April 29th, Jordan Danks now day-to-day with knee soreness, his brother John Danks still in on an injury rehab assignment in AAA (due back late May), Gordon Beckham still on the DL till late May, and Angel Sanchez and Dayan Viciedo still on the 15-day DL.
Can the team just have something good happen please?
LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
I swear if Jeremy Guthrie pitched only against the Chicago White Sox all season for 32 games he would not only win the Cy Young, but he would never lose going 25-0 with a 1.08 ERA and 13 complete games. The guy just dominates our hitters. It is unreal. It looks like I am watching a video game on expert mode and the Sox just can’t touch him.
Yesterday Guthrie threw 9 shutout innings, allowing just four hits, walking one and striking out three. Since joining the Kansas City pitching staff, Guthrie is 3-0 against the Sox in six games, with a 0.40 ERA allowing just two runs in 44 1/3 innings. Paul Konerko had two hits against Guthrie on the day and Tyler Flowers and Alejandro De Aza produced singles in the 8th inning to have the Sox closest threat to scoring. Guthrie was able to get Jeff Keppinger on a forceout to end the threat. Guthrie threw just 106 pitches on the day for the 2-0 victory.
The sad thing in all of this for the Sox was not only did they lose, but they got a fantastic performance from their starting pitcher, Dylan Axelrod. Outside of the 1st inning where the Royals scored two runs off Axelrod, he matched Guthrie pitch-for-pitch. With two outs in the 1st inning Billy Butler was hit by a pitch then Eric Hosmer singled. Lorenzo Cain then hit a liner to right that barely eluded a diving Alex Rios for a two-run triple scoring two runs. It was all Kansas City would need. Axelrod threw 7 2/3 innings, allowing two runs on eight hits, walking one and striking out none on 113 pitches.
The silver lining in this I guess would be that Guthrie won’t pitch against the Sox in the next two games. Thank goodness. Today the game begins at 2:10pm EDT with Jose Quintana (2-0, 3.58 ERA) taking on Wade Davis (2-2, 5.55 ERA). Looking up some stats though, over the last 2-plus years, since 2011, these teams have met 40 times, Kansas City has won 25 of those games. Today could be another loss. I sure hope not.
LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
Thursday night may not have gone as planned for Chicago as Jake Peavy was unable to make his scheduled start due to back spasms. Yet Hector Santiago made the start instead and stepped up in a big way. Santiago threw 5 1/3 solid innings, allowing just one run on two hits, walking two and striking out six Texas batters. The only run Santiago allowed was a solo homer from Adrian Beltre, that gave Texas an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the 2nd inning.
Early on the White Sox and Rangers were locked in a pitching duel. Former catcher A.J. Pierzynski was calling a solid game behind the plate for Texas. Justin Grimm had allowed just three hits and three walks through the first five innings. Then the offense got a boost. With two outs in the inning Conor Gillaspie and Alexei Ramirez got on base with back-to-back singles then Tyler Flowers stepped up and blasted the ball deep into the seats in left to give the White Sox a 3-1 lead.
The lead was just enough. Despite loading the bases in the bottom of the 6th, Matt Lindstrom was able to get Adrian Beltre to ground into an inning ending double play. And despite runners getting on base against Matt Thorton, Jesse Crain and Addison Reed, the Sox were able to hold off the Rangers to get the series victory. It was the first time this season the Rangers had lost a series and the first time since April 7th against Seattle that the Sox were able to lay claim to a series victory. Addison once again got the save.
Last night’s game in Kansas City was postponed due to rain. It is the 3rd such game this season for the Sox. This one does have a makeup day scheduled for Monday at 2:10pm EDT. The scheduled starter for the White Sox in that game is yet to be determined, but they could see Jake Peavy return from injury. The 3-game set will go as follows:
Saturday at 7:10pm Dylan Axelrod (0-1, 3.95 ERA) vs Jeremy Guthrie (3-0, 3.06 ERA)
Sunday at 2:10pm Jose Quintana (2-0, 3.58 ERA) vs Wade Davis (2-2, 5.55 ERA)
Monday at 2:10pm TBD vs James Shields (2-2, 3.00 ERA)
Tonight’s game will be a tough one as Chicago faces off against a pitcher who is not only on a record setting roll, but someone who has been dominant against them as of late. Guthrie has not lost in 16-straight starts, a record dating back to last August. He has tied the Royals team record in that department with Paul Splittorff, who went 16 straight starts without a loss from Aug. 13, 1977, to April 22, 1978. Guthrie currently holds the longest active undefeated streak in the Majors.
Since August 8th of 2012, Guthrie is 8-0 with a 2.43 ERA. He has also dominated the White Sox going 2-0 with a 0.50 ERA and having five quality starts in 35 2/3 innings against them dating back to 2011. His streak began against Chicago and I hope it ends with them too. LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
Chris Sale was brilliant on the mound last night.
He threw with ace-type stuff in Arlington last night. Outside of the 2nd inning where Sale allowed two runs while throwing 34 pitches in the frame he was fantastic otherwise. After that rough 2nd inning where he allowed the Rangers to tie the game at 2-2, Sale allowed just one hit and walking one. Sale threw a total of seven strong innings, allowing two runs on six hits, walking two and striking out seven in the game.
Sale’s cause was assisted by a defense that made NO ERRRORS, and by an offense that was able to get some key hits. Early on the White Sox jumped on top of Texas by staking a 1-0 lead on an Alex Rios RBI single in the 1st. Then in the 2nd the Sox loaded the bases with no outs. In typical 2013 White Sox fashion, Tyler Flowers grounded into a double play. The run did score from 3rd base, but it was a missed opportunity for Chicago. Dewayne Wise then grounded out to end the inning giving the Sox just a 2-0 lead when they could have had more.
Thankfully though in the 7th inning, with the game still tied at 2-2, Conor Gillaspie led off the inning with a solo blast into the Rangers bullpen to give the Sox a 3-2 lead. Then with Tyler Flowers on 1st and two outs, Dewayne Wise hit a 2-run blast to right to add two more runs on the board and give the Sox and Chris Sale a comfortable 5-2 lead.
Jesse Crain had a big strikeout of Nelson Cruz with two on and one out in the 8th before Matt Thorton came in to retire David Murphy on a sweet bare-handed grab to end the minor threat the Rangers had in the inning. Addison Reed entered the game in the 9th and the last man standing in his way was former White Sox hero, A.J. Pierzynski. To add a bit more drama to the game, Reed hit A.J. on the elbow with a fastball that was up and in. Pierzynski of course didn’t like it and threw his bat in disgust. He then was seen on camera having a discussion with former teammate Paul Konerko at 1st base. The Sox eventually did record the final out to win the game. A.J. may have thought he was on purpose, but Reed, catcher Tyler Flowers and Sox manager Robin Ventura say there was no intent. Regardless it may serve for some drama tonight.
Pierzynski has been injured as of late and last night’s pinch-hit appearance was his only thus far in the series against his former team. However, he is scheduled to start against right-handed Jake Peavy (3-1, 3.38 ERA). The Rangers will counter with Justin Grimm (2-0, 1.59 ERA) who has had a good start to his season.
There are many interesting story lines to this game. Not only do you have the Pierzynski vs his former team story, you have the Rangers who have yet to lose a season series this year. If the Sox win, the Rangers will have lost a 3-game set for the first time in 2013. Yet it won’t be easy. Jake Peavy has yet to beat the Rangers in his career. He is 0-2 against them with a 6.46 ERA at the ballpark in Arlington. That is his worst ERA against any team. The weather in this one could also be a story as thunderstorms are expected.
Another minor note is that outfielder Casper Wells, acquired from the A’s on Monday by the White Sox is scheduled to make his first appearance in a Sox uniform. Right handed pitcher Brian Omogrosso was also called up from AAA-Charlotte yesterday as the White Sox sent the struggling Deunte Heath down to AAA to work on his mechanics. That leaves Matt Thorton as the only left-handed pitcher in the bullpen for the Sox. The game begins at 8:10pm if it begins on time or at all.
Wish I didn’t have to work till 9pm tonight…
LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
I am honestly debating if I should write a post about every single game. This season has been the same story, different day. The White Sox struggle to score runs with runners in scoring position. They were 2-for-10 with runners in scoring position last night. They make key errors that cost them runs. Last night two errors in the 5th led to two runs and they also had two wild pitches from Nate Jones last night that led to two more runs in the 6th. Lately they have had a shaky bullpen here and there from all sorts of pitchers not named Addison Reed. Nate Jones, Donnie Veal and Deunte Heath were the contributors last night. The injury bug has plagued the team all season and there is no consistency in the lineup from day-to-day.
They have no one to blame but themselves for their 10-15 start. They are costing themselves runs. They must lead baseball or be near the top in the AL in worst batting average, worst hitting with runners in scoring position, most errors, most unearned runs…ugh. It is just sick.
As of late Hawk Harrelson, White Sox tv broadcaster, has been in a verbal spat with Brian Kenny, well known sabermetrics guru for MLB Network. Look, I love Hawk and I love sabermetrics. Hawk has said that it is one of the most over-rated things in baseball. I don’t think that is true. But I do think like Hawk that other factors are just as important as hitting. Hawk has said that pitching and defense are more important. I do believe that those are key factors. That is where I will agree with Hawk. You can see that in the White Sox season. The defense has let them down and clearly cost them runs and games. The starters have been solid and the bullpen has had its good and bad moments. Hawk also mentioned that players need to have the “The will to win.” It even is a trend on twitter as #TWTW. Here is where I disagree with Hawk. You can have a will to win in a ton of players, but those guys may not have the talent to compete even though they have the desire.
I think that most of the White Sox players have “the will to win” but they may not have the ability. Or at least at this moment, other teams have more of ability than they do.
So tonight–show me some ability guys. Plain and simple. Beginning at 8:10pm the Chicago White Sox (10-15) will once again take on the Texas Rangers (17-9). Chris Sale (2-2, 4.09 ERA) will take on Nick Tepesch (2-1, 2.53 ERA).
LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
Chicago was in good shape and ahead of Tampa Bay 3-1 through the first five innings. Adam Dunn put the Sox ahead 1-0 with an RBI single in the 1st and then Paul Konerko gave the Sox a 3-1 lead with a 2-run blast in the bottom of the 3rd inning. It was Konerko’s 426th homer of his career, putting him in a tie with Billy Williams of the Cubs for 45th all-time.
Dylan Axelrod had pitched well to that point but in the top of the 6th he allowed a lead off double to Desmond Jennings and then a game tying two-run homer to Matt Joyce. Axelrod would leave the game at the end of the inning with a no-decision allowing three runs on just four hits, walking one and striking out three. It was the home run ball that hurt him though as the only other run he allowed was in the 3rd when Jose Lobaton took him deep.
The game was tied at 3-3 going into the top of the 8th when Nate Jones was on the mound for his 2nd inning of work. Jones allowed a single to Sean Rodriguez and then allowed him to get to 2nd base on a wild pitch with one out. He then would walk Matt Joyce before allowing a RBI single by Ben Zobrist to put the Rays up 4-3. He would walk Evan Longoria to load the bases before exiting the game.
Matt Thorton entered the game and got the 2nd out in the inning and Jesse Crain appeared to get the 3rd, but on the fly ball to right Alex Rios dropped the ball allowing two runs to score on the play. It was yet another error that cost the Sox.
The Rays would add two more runs to put the game out of reach and win 8-3. It drops the White Sox record to 10-14 on the season. Tomorrow night the White Sox will begin a 3-game set on the road in Texas against former teammate A.J. Pierzynski and the Texas Rangers (16-9).
A.J. is still a fan favorite in Chicago and will always be. I will be wearing my A.J. jersey tomorrow night.
This match up will not be any easier than the latter as the White Sox will have to face off against one of the best in baseball on Tuesday night in Yu Darvish (4-1, 1.65 ERA). The White Sox will counter with Jose Quintana (2-0, 2.78 ERA) who has had a solid start to the season.
LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!
I am watching the game now as I type this blog. Last night I was immersed in Columbus Blue Jackets hockey, since I live here in Columbus, Ohio. Proud of those boys and the season they had. Now back to baseball…
Seems like last night was just one of those nights. Gavin Floyd just didn’t have it and Matt Moore of the Rays did. Floyd ended up leaving the game after just 2 2/3 innings pitched, allowing two runs on two hits, walking two and striking out one. The two runs he allowed were off a 3-run blast by Ben Zobrist in the 1st. Floyd left the game due to a flexor muscle strain in his throwing elbow. Thus was an injury that Floyd dealt with on two separate occasions last season as he was on the DL from July 8th-July 23rd and then again on August 27-September 12th. That is not a good sign if he is having the same problem again in April. It is time to send him to the minors and have someone else in the rotation.
Meanwhile Matt Moore was great throwing six solid innings, allowing one run (a solo blast to Adam Dunn) on just three hits, walking one and striking out nine. He improves to 5-0 on the season.
The Sox offense, outside of Dunn’s solo homer in the 4th didn’t do much. They did score three runs in the 8th, but by then the game was decided. Hector Santiago gave up four runs on 10 hits in his 3 2/3 innings on the mound. Donnie Veal gave up two runs (one earned) on four hits in his 1 2/3 innings of work. And finally Matt Lindstrom gave up two runs on three hits in his one inning of work. It was by far the worst the bullpen has done. Yet sometimes you will have a game like this. The starter leaves early, therefore the bullpen has to come in ahead of schedule. They are not ready and warmed up and it shows.
Let’s shake off the 10-4 loss and move on the the next game boys. Today at 2:10pm, Dylan Axelrod (0-1, 3.80 ERA) will face off against Tampa Bay’s ace and last years AL Cy Young winner in David Price (0-2, 5.52 ERA).
LET’S GO WHITE SOX!!!