Found August 24, 2013 on
I never understand why baseball players chose to treat water coolers like their own personal piñatas, they just sit there, waiting to quench the thirst of their assailants, it’s a thankless existence.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sales, had a rough night last night. He gave up eight hits and eight runs in 7 innings against the Texas Rangers, and after exiting the game, he chose to take out his frustrations on the first available water cooler like many players before him.
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AROUND THE WEB
The White Sox continued a series winning streak on Sunday.
Who knew passing out the lineup card in the beginning of a game could be so interesting. Chicago White Sox bench coach Mark Parent was ejected during the ritualistic exchange of the lineup cards between the two teams and the four umpires on Sunday. Apparently, Parent had a problem with some of the calls from the previous...
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale was not in a good mood after Friday's start versus the Texas Rangers.The southpaw suffered arguably his worst outing of the year en route to giving up eight runs in an 11-5 loss.Sale also surrendered four home runs in his seven innings of work.Naturally, Sale was quite angry with himself afterward, and decided to take out some of his frustrations...
OVER BEFORE IT STARTED
Tweet The Chicago White Sox and Texas Rangers met for the final game of weekend series on Sunday, but what took place before the game is what many people were talking about afterward. White Sox bench coach Mark Parent came out to hand in manager Robin Ventura’s lineup card prior to first pitch and […]
Home plate umpire Jerry Layne didn’t waste any time getting down to business on Sunday afternoon, throwing out a Chicago White Sox bench coach during the lineup card exchange.
Mark Parent was tossed from the game — before the game even started — after trading a few words with the crew chief. Parent was not in the clubhouse after the game to explain what led to the dismissal...
Home plate umpire Jerry Layne didn't waste any time getting down to business on Sunday afternoon, throwing out a Chicago White Sox bench coach during the lineup card exchange.
Mark Parent was tossed from the game -- before the game even started -- after trading a few words with the crew chief. Parent was not in the clubhouse after the game to explain what led to the dismissal...
From time to time Jordan Danks asks his brother John if he’s done any more “brother interviews.”
Although it’s rare that two brothers find their way onto the same big-league team the Danks duo don’t figure to have anything new to say when asked about playing with each other for the umpteenth time.
But that changed Sunday when Jordan hit a go-ahead home run in the fourth...
Love him or hate him, Chicago White Sox broadcaster Hawk Harrelson is a national treasure and worthy of respect at the bare minimum. For those who disagree, the above funkified and fantastic photo of Hawk (full photo here) from his playing days should learn ya a thing or two about the guy. Sure, the abject confusion […]The post Hawk Harrelson didn’t know what the hell was going...
CHICAGO (AP) -- Ian Kinsler raced around the bases for a bizarre inside-the-park homer and Adam Rosales had a conventional two-run shot, helping the Texas Rangers beat the Chicago White Sox 11-5 on Friday night.
The AL West-leading Rangers (75-53) had five homers in all while winning for the 19th time in 23 games to move a season-high 22 games over .500. Jeff Baker and pinch hitter...
It's a lesson every kid learns day one in Little League — the play isn't over until the umpire makes a call. Chicago White Sox leftfielder Dayan Viciedo finally learned that lesson to his dismay. A ground ball down the left-field line eluded Vicedo and got lost behind the wall allowing Ian Kinsler to round the bases for a bizarre inside-the-park homer. While logic...
Josh Phegley got the Gatorade bath. The happy beating from his teammates. And a special something Gordon Beckham had learned from A.J. Pierzynski.
Which was fitting because the former Sox catcher was behind the plate when Sox rookie catcher Phegley delivered the first game-ending hit of his career.
Phegley’s two-out single in the ninth Saturday night scored Avisail Garcia to...
The White Sox earned their first three-game sweep at Kauffman Stadium since their championship season in 2005 beating Kansas City 4-3 in 12 innings on Conor Gillaspie’s solo home run.
The ball bounced up over the wall and looked like it may have been ruled a double but no one disputed it as Gillaspie rounded the bases.
“I don’t know exactly what happened on that but at least...
While Chicago and Houston find themselves at the bottom of their respective divisions, the White Sox's Andre Rienzo and the Astros' Brett Oberholtzer have been rare bright spots since coming up late last month.
Rienzo looks to build on his first career win and Oberholtzer goes for a fourth victory in five tries as the surging White Sox face the visiting Astros on Monday...
CHICAGO (AP) -- Rookie Josh Phegley singled home the winning run with two outs in the ninth inning to lift the Chicago White Sox to a 3-2 victory over the Texas Rangers on Saturday night.
Texas had its four-game winning streak snapped and wasted another strong outing by Yu Darvish, who gave up two runs in seven innings while striking out 11.
Avisail Garcia singled with one out...
It is game one in a three game series with the Texas Rangers. Chris Sale has the office duties today.
Grab some bench and a coffee and see you soon
*0 – 0
Rangers – (He Gone)(He Gone)(He Gone)
Sox – De Aza(single), Beckham(Hang Woof’em), Ramirez(single to shallow right,De Aza to second), Konerko(Hang Woof’em), Dunn(He Gone),