Danks Keeps Rolling as Sox Down Tigers ☆

The White Sox started off the weekday series in a good way Monday night, defeating the Tigers 3-1 in Motown and moving back to .500 at 10-10. With Chris Sale heading to the disabled list and the starters for the next two games being Charlie Leesman and Andre Rienzo, the team needed this win tonight. Behind John Danks, the Sox secured that. Danks Does It Again With each passing start...
Via Grab Some Bench
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Welcome to Detroit – Game One

It is game one here in Detroit and John Danks has the keys to the office. It is a rare case of having both the Danks Brothers playing today. I will away for games two and four but will bring you an update as soon as I am able to report back with you. Grab some bench and see you in the first inning **First Inning  **0 – 0 Sox – Danks(single to center,E – 8),Semien(Rack’em...
Via In The Neutral Zone
2 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox pitcher Chris Sale likely to miss next start

Chicago White Sox’ Chris Sale was scheduled to pitch on Tuesday against the Detroit Tigers. It does not sound like that will be happening. The lanky left-hander is undeniably Chicago’s ace, and as such, it appears the team will take precaution in regards to him. Sale experienced soreness in his pitching arm, and today he was getting treatment on it. According to manager Robin...
Via Sports-Glory
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Beats White, It Just Took 14 Innings

The Red Sox lost the first game of the series by way of an error in the 9th, so they hoped to even the score last night in Chicago.  The Red Sox had Clay Buchholz on the mound vs. John Danks for the White Sox.  In the end, neither starter would have much to say in how this game went as it was decided in the 14th inning with a position player on the mound for the White Sox.  The...
Via Fenway West
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Down White Sox To End Whacky 14-Inning Affair ☆

Is saying “This one was more of the same for the White Sox” taking the easy way out if it couldn’t be any more truthful? For the third time in three starts, John Danks looked like the John Danks of old. His sub-90 fastballs got him in some trouble in the first inning, serving up well-hit base knocks to Dustin Pedroia and David Ortiz. Besides that, he jammed the other hitters...
Via Grab Some Bench
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Danks, Abreu Help Sox Defeat Tribe to Open Series ☆

No, that title is not a typo. The Sox actually beat the Cleveland Indians tonight. With a 7-3 victory over the Tribe, the White Sox now have half as many wins against Cleveland as they did all last season. If you do the simple math, you could figure out that the Sox went 2-17 against the Tribe last season. Yes, it was that bad. But if we’ve learned anything about this team in this...
Via Grab Some Bench
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Time to play Indians and White Sox

Morning Gang and Welcome Home It is game one of a four game series with the Cleveland Indians as they make their first visit of 2014. John Danks is in the office to start this home stand before a day off and the Boston Red Sox arrive at The Cell for the first “Battle of the Sox’s Drawer” Grab a bench and see you for the first pitch **First Inning  **2 – 0  Indians Indians...
Via In The Neutral Zone
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Danks’ Start Stands Out in Saturday’s Loss ☆

The White Sox dropped their third straight contest on Saturday afternoon when the Kansas City Royals handed them a 4-3 loss. The south siders are now 2-3, and though this losing streak has been frustrating, there have certainly been positives during it. The main positive from this one was John Danks‘ strong seven-inning performance. But before we dissect no. 50′s day, we’ll...
Via Grab Some Bench
18 days ago  |  Discuss

John Danks Teams Up To Help K Cancer

John Danks has teamed up with St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jason Motte to help in the fight against cancer. Motte created the T-shirt campaign “Let’s strikeout cancer” which will help provide funds for not only his charity but a charity of choice from players of all the MLB teams. By going to, fans have the chance to purchase a K cancer tee from a player rep...
Via Sports Mockery
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Healthy Danks looking to regain old form

John Danks is feeling rather carefree these days. The left-hander insisted his shoulder problems are a thing of the past and he's intent on regaining his old form on the mound as the Chicago White Sox try to climb back to respectability. ''I don't have any worries about the arm, I really don't,'' he said. ''It was nice to have an offseason to...
Via AP on Fox
February 16, 2014  |  Discuss

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