Archive for the ‘White Sox’ Category

Dugout Central’s 2012 American League Central Preview

Saturday, February 18th, by JohnBowen

By Cameron Nelson

American League Players at Mid-Season

Friday, July 1st, 2011 by JohnBowen

Jose Bautista wishes he could just multiply by 2.

Dugout Central’s American League Central Division Preview

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011 by Chuck

By Cameron Nelson
While not as exciting as the AL East or having standout studs like the NL West and its pitching, the AL Central is always fun to watch. As a fan of the division, and my hometown Royals in particular, I’m proud to be the one to give Dugout Central a preview of (what [...]

The Future of a Prince

Monday, July 26th, 2010 by JohnBowen

Milwaukee first baseman Prince Fielder has come up again and again in trade discussions. How much longer will #28 wear Brewer blue?

Inside the Game: Plate Adjustment has Alex Rios Back on Track

Thursday, May 6th, 2010 by Chuck

Let’s face it; Alex Rios didn’t have a very good year in 2009, matter of fact, Rios might consider “not very good” to be a compliment.
Rios went through his worst season since his second full major league season, with Toronto in 2005. He posted career worst splits in ’09, including an embarrassingly bad .296 OBP.  [...]

Long Road to the Show Finally Ends for Sergio Santos

Thursday, March 25th, 2010 by Chuck

With enough twists and turns to make Stephen King proud, the long, arduous road to the major leagues has reached its climax for former number one pick Sergio Santos. On Tuesday, during an interview with TV broadcasters Ken Harrelson and Steve Stone, Chicago White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper said Santos has “all but secured” [...]