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Rienzo Hit Around As Weaver Dazzles White Sox in Opener

For the third straight time out, White Sox starter Andre Rienzo was not sharp. But for the first time on the year, he was unable to keep his team in the ball game despite not having his best stuff. Rienzo Overmatched Andre lasted just 3.2 innings before giving way to long-reliever Scott Carroll and was hit all over the ballpark from the get-go. Kole Calhoun led off the Angels’...
Via Grab Some Bench
June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Padres Chase Rienzo, Ride Pitchers to Second Straight Win

Friday night, the Padres’ pitchers were magnificent in shutting down the White Sox’ offensive attack, winning 4-1. Saturday afternoon was all too similar, as San Diego got ahead early and coasted toward a 4-2 victory. Ross Solid, Bullpen Lights Out Again After the Padres took the series opener, we mentioned that sometimes you just have to tip your cap when good pitchers get the...
Via Grab Some Bench
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Andre Rienzo May Fit Into White Sox’ Plan

En route to becoming the first Brazilian born pitcher to make it to the major leagues, Andre Rienzo had some highs and lows. Signed as an 18 year old out of Sao Paulo, Rienzo never really took anyone by storm and ultimately wound up as one of the older guys in the organization’s lower levels. But due to a lack of high-end pitching prospects, he ultimately became a mainstay in top...
Via Grab Some Bench
May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Preview: Yankees at White Sox (5/25/14)

(Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images) It is up to Masahiro Tanaka (6-1, 2.69 ERA) to split the series with the White Sox at two games each as he goes up against Andre Rienzo (4-0, 4.00 ERA) in the series finale. In his last outing, Tanaka did something he hasn’t done since August 19th, 2012, he lost. His undefeated streak came to an end against the Cubs of all teams when they tagged...
Via Bronx Pinstripes
May 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Rienzo, Abreu Help Sox Avoid Sweep In Oakland

After the White Sox’ offense was held in check over the first two games of this mid-week series in Oakland, all Sox fans felt just as if our own Matt Hoeppner did when previewing this series a few days back … Considering the Sox’ injury status and the way the A’s are playing combined with the Sox putrid record in Oakland I would be happy if they can get out of there with...
Via Grab Some Bench
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Welcome Arizona D-backs to The Cell

Morning Gang It is game one in a three game series with Arizona before we pack and head out on the road. Andre Rienzo is on the mound for the first game. Jose Abreu is batting D.H today, he has ankle soreness Grab some bench and see you in the first **First Inning  **0 – 0 Backs – (fly out to left)(fly out to right)(ground out to short) Sox – De Aza(strike out), Beckham(ground...
Via In The Neutral Zone
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Closing Game with Tampa Bay

It is game four in the series with the Rays and we have Andre Rienzo in the office today. Grab some bench and see you soon **First Inning  **2 – 0  Rays Rays – (double to right)(Sacrifice to catcher, E – 1)(sac fly to center,runner scores)(ground to 2nd)(ground to first) Sox – Eaton(strike out), Beckham(fly out to center), Abreu(strike out), **Second Inning  **2 – 2...
Via In The Neutral Zone
April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Game Three with the Kitties

Morning It’s game three here in Detroit and Andre Rienzo make his return to the starting rotation. Alexei Ramirez extended his hitting streak to 2 and the number to beat is 17. He holds the club record, beating Frank Thomas on 15. Grab some bench and see you in the first **First Inning  **2 – 0  Sox Sox – Semien(strike out), Garcia(single to center,save at 2nd on steal) Abru...
Via In The Neutral Zone
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Game 2014.18: White Sox at Tigers

Andre Rienzo vs. Drew Smyly in the penultimate game of the series. May the real Drew Smyly please stand up. No more talk about “rust,” now.  May the sweet swings of Miguel Cabrera and Alex Avila continue, so that we can move to worrying about/picking on someone else for a change. May the bullpen not be plagued with sudden and retroactive elbow inflammations like they were last...
Via Tigers Weblog
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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