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Minnesota Twins: C.B Bucknor proves electronic strike zones need to be used

Last night, the Minnesota Twins beat the Chicago White Sox 8-6 in dramatic fashion. They jumped on Chris Sale early, as they have multiple times this year, and held a 4-0 lead after the second inning. The Twins’ starter, rookie Tyler Duffey, was dominating through four and two thirds innings, then he lost some control. Five straight batters reached base, all with two outs, and...
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DFS Baseball Values for September 1, 2015

Pitchers Chris Sale, Chicago White Sox ($13,900): Everyday that Sale starts he has to be mentioned here as he leads the league with a 12.03 K/9. He averages over 2 more strikeout per 9 then the next highest pitcher today. With strikeouts worth 2 points a piece in DFS, Sale is too good to ignore [&hellip The post DFS Baseball Values for September 1, 2015 appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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Twins hope offensive dominance of Sale, White Sox at home continues

Needing to make a September playoff push, the Wild Card-contending Minnesota Twins begin a three-game series against the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday. The series is at home, which is a good thing for the Twins, who have dominated the White Sox over their last 10 games at Target Field. They've gone 8-2 and offensively bludgeoned Chicago in the Twin Cities. Further helping their cause...
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Daily Pitcher Duels: Aug. 21

Today's featured duel provides us with the aces of unlikely pretenders, and is backed up by a couple good secondary matchups and a few aces in isolation. Check 'em out: Chris Sale (CWS) vs. Felix Hernandez (SEA) 10:10 p.m. ET Despite the efforts of their finest, it's fair to say the season hasn't gone to plan for both the White Sox and Mariners. Sale's White Sox are 56-63...
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Chris Sale Dominates Chicago Cubs in Win

CHICAGO, IL – AUGUST 16: Starting pitcher Chris Sale #49 of the Chicago White Sox delivers the ball on his way to 15 strikeouts against the Chicago Cubs at U.S. Cellular Field on August 16, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. The White Sox defeated the Cubs 3-1. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) The Chicago Cubs entered Sunday’s game against the White Sox on a nine game winning...
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Why Chris Sale may be the most valuable player in baseball

Yesterday, White Sox left-hander Chris Sale put together one of the most artful pitching performances of the season. Facing the Crosstown rival Chicago Cubs, who had won 15 of its previous 16 games, Sale fanned 15 Cubs hitters in only 7 innings of shutout work, whilst giving up a single hit and walk. If it wasn’t for a 116-pitch count through those seven innings, Sale would have...
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White Sox Need A Big Game From Chris Sale to Avoid Series Sweep by Cubs

The Chicago White Sox are hoping that pitching ace Chris Sale can keep them from getting swept by the Cubs on Sunday (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)   CHICAGO- The Chicago White Sox (54-60) came into this weekend’s series with the Chicago Cubs (67-48) riding a three-game winning streak, and still having slight hopes of making an 11th hour playoff push. Unfortunately, the White...
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Boxscore Breakdown #111: Full Sale – White Sox 8, Angels 2

When you’re facing Chris Sale, you really just need to hope that your starting pitcher can keep the game close and that your offense can scratch a run or two off Sale, run up his pitch count and take advantage of the bullpen. Matt Shoemaker failed at the first part of that and the offense failed at the latter two. In other words, everything went according to plan. White Sox 8...
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The Cubs-White Sox trade that would rock Chicago, MLB

What if the White Sox decided to trade Chris Sale? What if it were to the Cubs? Here's what it could look like.
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July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Putting Chris Sale’s strikeout streak in historical perspective

By striking out 12 St. Louis Cardinals hitters on Tuesday night, Chris Sale of the Chicago White Sox tied Pedro Martinez’s record for striking out at least ten hitters in eight games in a row. The feat is an impressive one, requiring a consistent level of performance for more than a month. Only four pitchers […]
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July 02, 2015  |  Discuss

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