Last year, injuries and a lack of experience left the White Sox with a somewhat inconsistent, yet mostly effective starting pitching staff. Led by the breakout season of Chris Sale and the reemergence of veteran Jake Peavy, the unit did a solid job as a whole against the tough American League.
Here are our predictions for how each of the team's starters will fare in 2013 (plus collaborative mock headlines) ...
Zach: 15-9; 3.09 ERA; 201 K's; 1.09 WHIP
Luke: 13-8; 3.50 ERA; 180 K's; 1.15 WHIP
Matt: 18-8; 3.32 ERA; 200 K's; 1.14 WHIP
Reva: 20-6; 2.25 ERA; 215 K's; 1.10 WHIP
GSB!: 17-8; 3.04 ERA; 199 K's; 1.12 WHIP
Mock Headline: "Chris Sale overcomes mechanical questions and continues providing hope for White Sox fans that he'll be a team leader for years to come. Like in 2012, this season will see its fair share of highlight-worthy starts against some of the American League's best from S...