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Key Stats: For the second straight season, Gio Gonzalez was ranked between 100th and 115th in the Yahoo player rater. That’s solid consistency from a guy that is only 25 years old and now moving into the land of no DH. Gonzalez’s greatest strength to fantasy teams is his strikeouts. He was 17th last year in strikeouts and 35th in 2010. The innings were essentially the same...
The Chicago White Sox agreed to give John Danks a five-year contract extension worth $65 million on Thursday, keeping the starting pitcher on the South Side until 2016.
The 26-year-old lefty, who more or less sucked last season, went 8-12 with a 4.33 ERA in 2011. Obviously, this prompted general manager Ken Williams to give him an immediate $2 million raise for $8 million next...
The Chicago White Sox and left-handed pitcher John Danks have finalized a five-year, $65-million contract.The deal was agreed to in principle last week, but wasn't made official until Danks passed a physical.Danks posted an 8-12 mark with a 4.33 ERA and 135 strikeouts over 170 innings in 2011.
The 26-year-old saw his numbers dip across the board, as he fell
seven wins shy...
John Danks relishes his new responsibility as the Chicago White Sox ace. He says he just can't shoulder the load alone.
The Chicago White Sox and starting pitcher John Danks agreed on a five-year contract extension worth $65 million.
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The White Sox and John Danks made their five-year, $65 million deal official Thursday.
ANALYSIS/OPINION Landing left-handed starter Gio Gonzalez was a big move for the Washington Nationals, addressing one of two major goals as outlined by general manager Mike Rizzo. Prince Fielder wouldn't address Rizzo's second objective — an outfield bat, preferably in center field and atop the lineup. But the rotund first ...