On Thursday night, Alexei Ramirez broke a White Sox franchise record. With his ninth inning single off Koji Uehara, he extended his hitting streak to 17 dating back to last season, as he’d collected at least one base hit in each of the team’s first 16 games of the season, surpassing Frank Thomas for the most in franchise history.
Here he is holding the ball and lookin’ spiffy...
Chicago White Sox Baseball - During a dismal beatdown at the hands of the Texas Rangers on Friday night, Chicago White Sox SS Alexei Ramirez continued his franchise record hit streak to begin a season (17).
He also made a tremendous diving stop and subsequent throw from his knees to end the 5th inning, robbing Kevin Kouzmanoff of a sure base hit. Which White Sox play from this week...
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In Tuesday’s White Sox Red Sox game, there was a clear nod of respect to the past. Ex-White Sox players A.J. Pierzynski and Jake Peavy returned to the South Side of Chicago, every player was wearing the number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson, and it marked that one year had passed since the deadly Boston Marathon bombings.
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Chicago White Sox Baseball — Alexei Ramirez has a hit in every single Chicago White Sox game this year. He leads all MLB shortstops in a number of categories, he has played hero on more than one occasion, and yes he is currently the best hitting shortstop in baseball. Quick Look at his top rankings:
The White Sox trump card so far this young season is their offensive weaponry, and manager Robin Ventura's crew has been dealing.
Alexei Ramirez provided the ninth-inning heroics Sunday with a dramatic two-run walk-off homer for a 4-3 victory over the Indians at rain-soaked U.S. Cellular Field.
"He has been swinging a hot bat, that's for sure," Ventura said. ...
Fans have not packed the seats at U.S. Cellular Field but there signs of offensive life for the Chicago White Sox. Exciting times are ahead for people who follow the team. The White Sox capped a wild series with the Cleveland Indians after Alexei Ramirez had a walk-off two-run homer,... Read More
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Photographs of Alexei Ramirez’s walk off home run trot and celebration. Credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP and Jonathan Daniel, Getty Images
CHICAGO (AP) -- Alexei Ramirez hit a two-run homer off John Axford in the ninth inning, rallying the Chicago White Sox over the Cleveland Indians 4-3 on a rainy Sunday.
The Indians scored twice in the top of the ninth, getting the go-ahead run on a wild pitch by closer Matt Lindstrom.
Axford (0-1) came in seeking his fifth save in as many chances. He issued a leadoff walk to Jordan...
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White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez apparently smoked a cigar in the dugout before a game, and we now have a picture of it happening on June 7th. It is often that you see baseball players in the past enjoying some chew, but a cigar prior to a game is on a different level.
via SB Nation
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