Hughes authors best start of season as Yanks win fifth straight

More, please. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

With his rotation spot possibly in jeopardy, Phil Hughes reminded everyone why it’s foolish to give up on talented young pitchers when they hit...

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Series Preview | Yankees vs. White Sox II: The Ballad of John Danks

The Cell. (photo c/o beyondthebets.com)

Ah, the White Sox. The team that perpetually seems to be just on the precipice, but doesn’t quite get there. Outside of a wretched 2007, the Sox have actually been one of the more competitive teams...

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How much for that ChiSock in the window? Part Two

Buehrle, Humber, Jackson

Yesterday we began our look at whether certain members of the White Sox’s formidable starting rotation might be available if Chicago continues to flail about and determined that unfortunately for the Yankees, there’s really no trade scenario...

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How much for that ChiSock in the window? Part One

Danks, Floyd

Chicago’s slow start and clutch of quality starting pitching combined with the Yankees’ perpetual need for starting pitching led me to wonder whether the two teams might meet up in a trade as the calendar flips to June and...

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CC Sabathia and the Yankee bats pound the White Sox 12-3

After torturing fans with three consecutive low-scoring, dull games, the Yankee bats came alive against Chicago Thursday night, tagging the White Sox for twelve runs and thirteen hits. But the box score doesn’t tell the full story of this game. There were at least four separate...

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Game Thread and Series Preview: Yankees vs. White Sox I

Cano turning a double play (photo c/o of UPI)

Programming note: Please use this as your game thread for tonight.

The reeling Chicago White Sox (8-14, last in the AL Central), losers of nine of their last 10 games, come to the...

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Players to Watch: A.L. Central

Fifth and penultimate post in the series.

AL West
NL West
NL Central
NL East

In 2008 and 2009, the A.L. Central produced a one game playoff. 2010 saw a more uneventful finish to the season, as the Twins won the division easily, besting the White Sox by six full games. What’s going...

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A look at the 2011 Chicago White Sox

Adam Dunn (Photo: AP)

Over the past two weeks, Larry, Mike, and I have explored the 2011 projections for teams around the AL East (links to prior articles: Blue Jays, Orioles, Rays, Red Sox)...

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