Post archive for ‘Chicago White Sox’

Miguel Cabrera Wins It With A Walk-Off

What an amazing game. It’s rare to see a true pitchers duel, but it’s a wonderful thing when it happens. And to see Cabrera win it with a walk-off homer really felt good. So, should we start to believe again? Three straight pitching gems against the White Sox, leading to a sweep of the 1st [...]

Verlander Finally Wins In Chicago

Justin Verlander finally got the monkey off his back. He looked almost unhittable through stretches of the game, giving up only 4 hits and no walks in a 101 pitch complete game. It was a truly masterful performance. To be fair – Justin looked great last time he pitched against the White Sox, but didn’t [...]

Nate Robertson Brings His A-Game Against White Sox

It’s always good when you beat the first place team. The fact that Chicago was in the midst of a 7-game winning streak makes it even sweeter.
Nate Robertson actually looked pretty good, giving up three runs in 6 1/3 innings of work. He got a lot of big outs when the Tigers needed him to. [...]

Tigers Shut Out – 4th Time in 12 Games

After being shut out just 3 times in 162 games last year, they have followed that up by improving the offense, spending a lot more money, and the result is – this. What the hell is going on? All we can hope for now is the Twins don’t show up for the game tomorrow.

Verlander Looks Great, Tigers Shut Out

Unbelievable. Verlander finally finds his Mojo, and the Tigers respond by almost getting no-hit by Gavin Floyd. The final score was extremely deceptive if you didn’t see the game. It was 1-0 going into the 8th, but the Tigers hitters just couldn’t do anything with Gavin Floyd.
I feel bad for him. He really needs [...]