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Abreu makes White Sox history with homers

Jose Abreu homered in the fourth and sixth innings off Royals starter Ian Kennedy, giving Abreu 21 homers on the season. With those long drives, he became the first player in White Sox history to start his Major League career with four consecutive 20-plus homer seasons.
5 days ago

As White Sox prospects develop, Jose Abreu shows off consistency that could make him anchor of dreamy future lineup

Jose Abreu reached the 20-homer mark for the fourth straight season, showing the consistency that could make him the anchor of the White Sox future lineup.
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5 days ago

How Jose Abreu went the extra mile for Yuli Gurriel, Astros' Latino players

Jose Abreu went the extra mile this week to help out some Latinos on the visiting Houston Astros. Yuli Gurriel, a 33-year-old Cuban rookie who
Via CSN Chicago
6 days ago

John Lackey makes history, hits four batters in one game

Tuesday’s game between the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox got chippy. Both benches were warned when White Sox pitcher Chris Beck hit Ian Happ with a pitch. That came after Cubs pitcher John Lackey hit some batters on his own, making team history in the process. Indeed.Lackey struck Jose Abreu in the first inning. Over the course of four batters in the fifth inning, Lackey hit...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Three Up, Three Down: Don't spend $200 on Wrigley Field ivy

Welcome to this week's edition of Three Up, Three Down — your weekly catch-up of the three best highlights (and lowlights) from around the league. We're here for all of the cheers and the jeers, because it's baseball. You can't have a winner without someone losing along the way.Up: Aaron Judge is obliterating baseballs right nowAaron Judge is currently doing all of the right things...
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June 15, 2017  |  Discuss

The most deserving candidates around the MLB All-Star ballot diamond

As the second month of the MLB season prepares to end, the All-Star Game becomes a closer and more significant part of the baseball calendar. And as ASG balloting ramps up, it is important to be an informed voter, because as is always the case, there will be plenty of big names that are not having the seasons that match. As such, it is time to pay closer attention to the best of...
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May 30, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Aaron Judge ties MLB rookie record with 10 homers in April

When talking about New York Yankees rookie right fielder Aaron Judge, feel free to say that he’s doing something as well as its even been done. It won’t be a recency bias or using hyperbole, either. No, saying such a thing would simply be correct.Judge hit his 10th home run of the season on Saturday against the Baltimore Orioles. In doing so, he tied an MLB rookie record previously...
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April 29, 2017  |  Discuss

Five MLB stars off to poor stars in 2017

Every season, a few big-name Major League Baseball players find themselves scuffling out of the gate. Some guys are prone to bad months of April and need time to re-acclimate themselves to big league hitting or pitching, some are just going through a slump, while others find that the skills that once made them so great are starting to erode.Here is a look at five MLB stars who have...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 26, 2017  |  Discuss

Jose Abreu ate fake passport on way to United States

In front of a federal grand jury in Miami on Wednesday, White Sox slugger Jose Abreu said he once ate a fake passport while flying to the US to cover up his illegal travel. This comes as part of an investigation into a smuggling operation that brought Cuban baseball players to the country.On an Air France flight from Haiti to Miami, Abreu testified that he had ordered a beer and...
Via The Comeback
March 01, 2017  |  Discuss

Jose Abreu Is Halfway to Strikeout Bingo

Just in case you’ve missed it — Jose Abreu, earlier, was a massive disappointment. For as long as the White Sox were worth paying attention to this year, Abreu was underachieving. It was one of the critical things holding them back, as Abreu generated a first-half line that was a little worse than average. In the second half, as the White Sox have faded, Abreu’s been fantastic...
Via Fangraphs
September 22, 2016  |  Discuss

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