CHICAGO (AP) White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper has been ejected from Friday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays. With a runner on first and one out in the sixth, plate umpire Gabe Morales called a balk on Chicago starter Carlos Rodon. Cooper argued from the dugout and got tossed for the first time this season.
Via Associated Press
June 24, 2016 | Discuss
Cutter-fueled rebound a welcome sight during a stretch that has been damaging for Don Cooper's reputation The White Sox’ signing of Miguel Gonzalez might not even qualify as an "offseason" move because it happened late in spring training. It also doesn’t meet Larry’s criteria for a significant move, as he came to the club on a minor-league deal. But now that Austin Jackson...
Via South Side Sox
June 21, 2016
There's a simple solution in the mind of White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper on how to fix things with starter James Shields.
June 19, 2016
CLEVELAND — The best thing for James Shields is to stay the course in his side sessions, pitching coach Don Cooper said.Cooper said Sunday that the
Via CSN Chicago
June 19, 2016
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper feels as if his work relationship with James Shields began on Tuesday.
June 14, 2016
In talking about Carlos Rodon's first year as a Major League starting pitcher, White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper decided to interject his own question into the conversation.
May 25, 2016
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper enjoyed the decade's worth of work he put in with John Danks. Now, Cooper is interested to see what the future holds, baseball-wise, for the 31-year-old lefty.
May 04, 2016
So, it’s one thing for Chicago Cubs fans to make fun of White Sox fans for not showing up to games, but having one of your own call you out? Ouch. On Thursday, White Sox pitching coach, Don Cooper, had his weekly appearance on The Mully and Hanley Show on 670 The Score. At the end of the segment, Mike Mulligan led Cooper into a discussion about Sox fans showing up to games. Mully...
Alabama’s Kenny Bell, Amari Cooper Don’t Understand Why Baseball Players Can’t Easily Beat Out Throws To First
It’s 90 feet from home plate to first base. On average, it usually takes most baseball players roughly four seconds to get up the line. Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper and former Crimson Tide wideout Kenny Bell are having a hard time understanding why it isn’t easier for baseball players to beat out throws to first base. Question how far is home plate to first base??...
Chicago White Sox Baseball – The Chicago White Sox bullpen is struggling and it’s costing them wins. Almost every loss this season has come at the hands of the bullpen. Fans are getting fed up and something has to change, but what? Don Cooper has his work cut out for him to fix the bullpen and get them on track before this season becomes a train wreck. Every reliever pitched...
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