White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper underwent surgery for diverticulitis Wednesday and is recovering in a Nashville hospital.
Cooper said via phone Thursday that he is starting to feel better and expects to be out of the hospital within a few days. He said he will have to take it easy for the first month or so and joked that he is “not going to be out lifting weights” for a...
It seems like a miracle.The Red Sox pitchers who completely lost focus somewhere before the infamous 2011 September collapse are not only back on track, but are pitching better than ever. Jon Lester is 6-1. Clay Buchholz is 6-0. Sure, there are some kinks that still need to be worked out, but Red Sox pitching is leagues ahead of where it was last...
Managing editor Dave Cameron makes his weekly appearance on FanGraphs Audio. Topics discussed: Philip Humber’s success, and Don Cooper’s role in it; the SI.com Power Rankings (fueled by FanGraphs WAR), the benefits and limitations of such an exercise; and the new site feature called FanGraphs Guts! and what it tells us about the majors’ current scoring levels.
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper didn't want to reveal the starting pitcher for his team's Cactus League opener against the Dodgers on March 5, let alone the team's Opening Day hurler.
White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper refuses to speculate about the closer's role this early Spring Training.
Any doubts about Addison Reed breaking camp with the 2012 White Sox were pretty much put to rest by pitching coach Don Cooper on Saturday at SoxFest.
When Don Cooper recently met with White Sox season ticket holders, he shared his insights on John Danks, Chris Sale and the White Sox closer’s role in 2012. He even spoke on the secrets of Jake Peavy and his views on how fans could best support the team. What did he have to say? Keep reading to find out.
By many White Sox fans, pitching coach Don Cooper is a legend...
A few of the key players have changed, but the overriding goal for White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper and the intangibles expected from his hurlers never move.