ERIK JOHNSON RUMORS & GOSSIP
It is game one in the “Battle of the Sox Drawer” as the Boston Red Sox have arrived for game one in a three game series at The Cell before we head out on the road for games in Texas (3 games with the Rangers), and then onto Detroit (4 games with the Tigers).
This will be a little strange today as Jake Peavy is on the mound for Boston, and Erik Johnson has the pass...
After a four-game losing streak that saw the White Sox bats go absent, the offense came back to life to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Texas Rangers.
But first we’ll discuss Sunday afternoon’s starter, Erik Johnson.
Johnson struggled mightily in Kansas City on their Opening Day but gradually improved the next two times out. In his most recent outing at home versus the Red...
After the White Sox blew out the Rockies 15-3 to even the series on Tuesday night, Colorado returned the favor on Wednesday, beating the south siders 10-4 to take the rubber match. It was close for most of this one, though.
Johnson Progresses in Second Start
After a rough outing in Kansas City on the Royals’ Opening Day last week, rookie Erik Johnson was still far from his A-game...
Welcome to Kansas City. It is game one in a three game series and Erik Johnson is making his first appearance of 2014.
The Royals are currently on the bottom of the standing, still looking for their first win of the season.
Grab some bench and see you for the first pitch.
**First Inning **3 – 1 K.C
Sox – Eaton(single), Semien(double), Gillaspie(strike out), Abru...
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Over the next 45 days the staff here at The Fix will profile and predict the fantasy fates of prospects that could – should, in some cases – be closely monitored on the waiver wire or even in the draft room.
For the projection portion of the article, we will try our best to give you projections from all three major projection...
Pitching Prospect Erik Johnson has a great opportunity to earn one of the two open spots in the Chicago White Sox starting rotation come Opening Day.
Whether he will or won’t, depends on his performance in Spring Training, but he certainly has the support of Assistant GM Buddy Bell:
#WhiteSox Buddy Bell on Erik Johnson: “he has a very good chance of leaving Spring Training...
I’m not sure that this team is rebuilding, but just in case they ever decide that they are, here are some of the Chicago White Sox top prospects. We did not include Abreu because we have reason to believe that he will be on the 25 man roster come April, and that reason is: $68 MIL. The list is in no particular order.
1. Erik Johnson – P
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If Johnson can crack Chicago’s Opening Day rotation, Homer Bailey-like stats aren’t out of the question.I’m always intrigued by prospects with very good minor leagues peripherals yet very little fanfare. Erik Johnson is this kind of player.Drafted in the 2nd round of the 2011 Amateur Draft, Johnson has pitched parts of three seasons in the White Sox minor league system. He’s...
Erik Johnson’s first two outings didn’t give White Sox manager Robin Ventura a chance to properly evaluate the young right-hander.
A combination of shoddy defense high pitch counts and zero offense limited Johnson’s chances of pitching competitively.
But White Sox catcher Bryan Anderson knows all about the team’s top pitching prospect after he caught him a half-dozen times...
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Erik Johnson, the White Sox pitching prospect that currently has the most promise of anyone in the organization made his debut Wednesday evening. Although his final line (6.0 IP, 5R, 3ER) looks about as pedestrian as can be, what we did see from him should not worry anybody.
Think back to July 30th when Andre Rienzo made his debut for the White Sox.