Found May 05, 2013 on The Flagrant Fan:
PLAYERS: Adam Dunn
TEAMS: Chicago White Sox
Adam Dunn does not appear on many lists for the worst contracts in baseball. But he should be. I spell it all out in the new issue of Big Leagues Magazine, which is free this issue. Check it out and read a whole bunch of other great stuff while you are there.

Chicago White Sox: Gavin Floyd will miss remainder of 2013 season

Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Gavin Floyd will reportedly miss the remainder of the 2013 season and possibly next year because he’s set to undergo surgery on his right elbow. On Monday the White Sox announced that Floyd would be out for 14 to 19 months, which would put his 2014 season in jeopardy. The right-hander will have surgery to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament...

Peavy to miss a 2nd straight start

Jake Peavy will miss a second consecutive start for the Chicago White Sox because of back spasms. The team announced the right-hander has been scratched from his start Monday against Kansas City. Peavy has not pitched since April 26 after being scratched from a Thursday start when his back stiffened up while warming up. He is 3-1 with a 3.38 ERA in five starts this season. White...

Jake Peavy unlikely to pitch Monday, DL still a possibility

The Chicago White Sox have been renowned for keeping pitchers relatively healthy in recent years, including the successful rehabilitation of former Cy Young winner Jake Peavy, who made an incredible comeback after completely tearing his latissimus dorsi tendon completely off the bone in 2010. Unfortunately, that trend does not seem to be continuing in to 2013, with Tommy John...

White Sox Gavin Floyd to undergo Tommy John surgery

The Chicago White Sox have announced that right-handed starting pitcher Gavin Floyd will undergo Tommy John surgery to repair his ulnar collateral ligament and a torn flexor muscle in his throwing arm, according to Mark Gonzalez of The Chicago Tribune. Floyd will undergo the procedure -- which will be performed by Dr. David Altchek -- on Tuesday at the Hospital for Special Surgery...

Jake Peavy cleared to make next start

Jake Peavy was scratched from his start on Monday after experiencing discomfort in his back last week but is prepared to make a start on Wednesday. Peavy was originally scheduled to start a game last Thursday when the White Sox moved his start back four days. On Monday the 31-year-old threw a bullpen session and was given a green light by the White Sox medical staff. Last season...

The Grand Slam Single: Robin Ventura Returns To The Scene Of The Crime

The Chicago Tribune discussed Tuesday’s homecoming of sorts for Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura and his coach Joe McEwing. Both were teammates for two seasons with the Mets including the 2000 team that won the National League, but lost to Yankees in the World Series. “It was a great time,” said Ventura, who played for the Mets from 1999-2001. “We enjoyed it as a...

Sunday Afternoon in Kansas City

Morning Gang, Just waiting for the video link to be available. Not able to find a lineup card on Facebook but I do know that its Jose Quintana working the mound today. Sorry Gang, all the links are dead and what I do have is NO SOUND and have given in to visual only. Grab a coffee and get settled, will see you at the top of the first inning. First Inning - Alejandro De Aza ...

Jake Peavy to miss Monday start against Royals

The pitching situation on the south side of Chicago is becoming dire. Gavin Floyd is facing Tommy John surgery and Jake Peavy’s back is on the verge of landing him on the disabled list. Peavy will miss his scheduled start against the Royals on Monday. Peavy was to start Thursday night but had his rotation turn bumped back a few days when the initial stiffness began. In place of...

Danks homers in 11th, White Sox beat Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Jordan Danks atoned for a baserunning blunder in the ninth inning by hitting a solo home run in the 11th that lifted the Chicago White Sox over the Kansas City Royals 2-1 Monday. Danks connected with two outs off Kelvin Herrera (2-3) for his first homer of the season. The White Sox avoided a three-game sweep. Down 1-0, the White Sox loaded the bases with no...

Game Two with Kansas City

Welcome to Kauffman Stadium. Yes, Game one has been postponed and will be made up in a doubleheader on Monday. Dylan Axelrod has the keys to the office mound today. (2 batters hit by pitches) Grab a coffee and see you at the top of the first. First Inning – Alejandro De Aza, Jeff Keppinger, Alex Rios,  (3 up 3 down) Royals - (Royal hit by pitch)(single)(triple)(Royal...

White Sox-Mets Preview

After rallying late to avoid a sweep, the Chicago White Sox have perhaps a little momentum heading into the final stop on their eight-game trip. The White Sox, though, will have to face the red-hot and well-rested Matt Harvey when they visit the New York Mets for the first time Tuesday night. After winning two of three in Texas, Chicago appeared to be headed for three straight...

White Sox-Royals Preview

(AP) -- With Jake Peavy's back spasms still causing him trouble, the Chicago White Sox will turn to Chris Sale to try to end their recent woes in Kansas City. Having beaten the streaking Royals on opening day, Sale will try to produce another splendid start Monday afternoon while once again pitching opposite James Shields. Sale (3-2, 3.83 ERA) will pitch on his usual four days...

Dog watches Chicago White Sox/Texas Rangers game despite being cold (Picture)

Last night, the Texas Rangers held their annual "Bark in the Park" event against the Chicago White Sox and it appears that one pooch did his best to stick it out to the final out. Clearly, the coat is doing a good job at keeping him warm... (Courtesy of Larry Brown Sports)

May 4: Royals 2, White Sox 0

We considered just copy & pasting a wrap from a previous start Jeremy Guthrie had against the White Sox here. Because frankly, there's just not much to say. The Royals defeated the White Sox 2-0 on Saturday evening thanks to Guthrie (pictured above, H/T AP) and despite a very strong effort from Sox' starter Dylan Axelrod. After letting up two runs in the...
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