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Remember last week when the Chicago White Sox organization said that John Danks would be in rehab soon and possibly returning? Well it isn’t looking like that is going to happen anytime soon.
The injured Sox pitcher threw 61 pitches in a rehab start down in Charlotte and things were looking up. However, a couple days later, Danks experienced major shoulder pain and team doctors set him up for another MRI. The result was “a mild Grade 1 strain of Danks’ subscapularis muscle.” While I’m not exactly quite sure what that means in medical terms, I know what it means for White Sox fans. No John Danks for at least another three months.
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While this news is unfortunate, there is a bright side. And his name is Jose Quintana. The 23 year-old Sox call-up has pitched 35.1 innings this year and is the proud owner of a 1.53 ERA. Quintana’s dominant performances since Danks’ injury has some people even saying “John who?”
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After Kevin Youkilis was reportedly traded to the White Sox on Sunday, his brother Scott took to Twitter to rip the city of Boston and Bobby Valentine.
The pitching seemed to be the least of Chicago's problems Friday, especially following a 1-0 loss to Milwaukee in 10 innings in which Chris Sale continued his dominant season by throwing eight scoreless innings and lowering his ERA to 2.24 in the no-decision. But that performance came in the wake of the news that Philip Humber was placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive...
The Chicago White Sox have pitcher Philip Humber on the 15-day disabled list because of a right elbow flexor strain and designated outfielder Kosuke Fukudome for assignment.
They have also purchased the contract of right-hander Brian Bruney from Triple-A Charlotte. The White Sox announced the moves before Friday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers.
Humber, who was scheduled...
After several days of speculation, the Red Sox reportedly traded Kevin Youkilis to the White Sox after their win over the Braves on Sunday.
Dayan Viciedo homered and drove in four runs, Alex Rios delivered a tie-breaking single in the seventh inning, and the Chicago White Sox rallied to beat the Milwaukee Brewers 8-6 on Saturday night.
With the game tied 6-6, Gordon Beckham led off the seventh with a single and stole second. After an intentional walk to Paul Konerko, Rios put Chicago up for good.
Addison Reed got Corey...
Pinch hitter Eduardo Escobar lined an RBI single in the 10th inning and the Chicago White made it an adventuresome afternoon, beating the Milwaukee Brewers 1-0 Sunday.
The win moved the White Sox past Cleveland into the AL Central lead. Chicago also announced it had acquired All-Star infielder Kevin Youkilis and cash from Boston in a trade for infielder Brent Lillibridge and right...
Youkilis to White Sox for Zach Stewart, who can start or relieve. Not sure if any other pieces. Don’t believe so.
— Gordon Edes (@GordonEdes) June 24, 2012
That’s one tweet from WEEI’s Rob Bradford and there are many more like it on Twitter. It looks as if Kevin Youkilis has been traded to the Chicago White Sox.
Everyone at Fenway Park from the moment the game started had...
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Chicago TribuneMultiple sources are reporting that the White Sox have acquired Boston 3B Kevin Youkilis and an announcement will be made after the Sox-Brewers game.The Red Sox will get utility player Brent Lillibridge and pitcher Zach Stewart.The Red Sox will also pick up a good portion of the $8 million that Youkilis is owed.Leave your thoughts on the trade in the comments section below.
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Sunday after his start for Boston, fan favorite Kevin Youkilis was trade to the Chicago White Sox. Great news here at The Great Rabbino. Youuuuuuuuk!