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24 year old ginger from Des Moines. Been a fan of the white sox since a kid when i was placed on the white sox aau team in little league when i was 9.

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Ranking Perfection - MLB -

Mark Buerhle joined one of baseball's most elite clubs on Thursday afternoon in Chicago -- the Zeros-Only Gang of 18 whose members have each put together 27 consecutive outs in a winning ballgame (sorry, Harvey Haddix). It's an elite club, but not limited to elite pitchers. In fact, Buerhle, a good-but-not-great hurler, slots fairly neatly into the middle ranks of the roster of perfectos. i was surprised to see randy johnson so high

Buehrle and 'The Jinx'

Hours before his date with destiny, Mark Buehrle looked down at his cup-holder in his drive to the ballpark, saw it was empty and could only say two words - "Oh [crap].'' So much for being "Mr. I'm Not Superstitious.''

40 Reasons Why The Chicago White Sox Are Going to the Playoffs in 2009 | Bleacher Report

33. Take a look at a quick comparison between the aces of the White Sox and the Tigers. In 15 career starts against Chicago, Justin Verlander is 3-9 with a 5.44 ERA. In 27 career starts against Detroit, Mark Buehrle is 14-8 with a 2.99 Mark Buehrle - Chicago White SoxERA and a 1.14 WHIP. And, for the record, Buehrle is 23-13 lifetime against the Twins. So Peter Gammons and all of the other baseball analysts can go into the bathroom with a moist towelette and a mental image of Verlander’s incredible "stuff", but the fact of the matter is that he doesn’t get the job done against his division rival. The underrated Buehrle, of course, does. So, in review: Minnesota has no ace, the Tigers do but he sucks against Chicago, and the White Sox ace (who many people erroneously don’t consider to be an ace) dominates the two best teams in his division. HUGE advantage White Sox.


Very first Fanpost for my very first Sox game(s)

i know there are some pretty rockin writers on this site, so youre just going to have to bear with me, as i dont really believe in the use of punctuation and i dont really capitalize when...

Charlotte's Carlos Torres tosses five-inning perfecto | News

Carlos Torres needed only 58 pitches, a clutch two-out rally and some heavy rain to complete the first perfect game in Charlotte Knights history. The 26-year-old right-hander retired all 15 batters he faced and Josh Kroeger capped a five-run fifth inning with a grand slam as the Knights blanked the Pawtucket Red Sox, 5-0, in a rain-shortened game that qualified as the franchise's second no-hitter since joining the International League in 1993.

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