Tag Archives: Alex Rios

And Now, A Few Insanely Specific Predictions

If you’re going to believe in sports, you might as well believe in something ridiculous.

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The 35th Street Guide To 2010 White Sox Fantasy Baseball

They’re only sleepers if you didn’t see them coming.

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Four Incredibly Short Essays About Dewayne Wise

Who was Dewayne Wise, and why should we care? Two burning questions share an eerily similar answer.

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Average, Out, Over

In the end, we are all one person looking at 30 sides of the same terrible offense through two disparate eyes that see entirely different worlds. All told, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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Cubs, Sox Sweep LVPs

A pair of Chicago outfielders, now united for all eternity. Hilarious. [ESPN]

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Looking Ahead to 2010’s Dashed Expectations

Someone is going to let us down, and the 35th Street Review has a few ideas on just who that hero will be.

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We Only Have Ourselves to Blame for Alex Rios’ Struggles

Well, ourselves and Kenny Williams. And J.P. Ricciardi. And pretty much everyone except Alex Rios.

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Interloper

Number 51 might rock our sports-watching worlds, but who’s to say that’s actually what he wants? Our man in Toronto reports.

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Away With You, Superfluous Outfielder!

Everybody, say hello to Alex Rios. He will be your teammate, he wants to win just as much as you do, and he’s here to help everyone along with this big, shared, adventurous goal. Except for you. You’re fired. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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Predicting the Odd Man Out

Technically, they’re all awesome but technically, that’s a highly flawed statement. A look at the Sox’ extra gears.

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The Most Hilarious Things Ever

Bartolo Colon is my new favorite pitcher and other notes from around the league.

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