Tag Archives: Carlos Quentin

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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Another Week, Another Reason To Laugh At Us

When bust prospects attack.

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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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The Probable Outcomes Of Passing On A Pure DH

The fate of the most DHingest players on the DHingest team in the DHingest little city in America, ordered chronologically from saddest to truest.

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Worst of the Best Teams of the Decade

When are 96 wins no better than 90, and when are they even worse than 89 (which were technically 88 in the first place)? When you’re the Chicago White Sox, that’s when. Part two in a series.

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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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Less Than Losing And Way Beyond Empty

There is but one reason for the Sox to try any more, and it is also the same reason they shouldn’t bother. History awaits. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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The Inner Game of White Sox Baseball

Let’s be thankful for the mistake Carlos Quentin didn’t make, as the consequences would have surely been disastrous. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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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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More Advancement

Ssssssshhh! You, complaining about the low batting average – quiet down over there! Carlos Quentin is thinking! Again! [Mouthpiece Sports]

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There Is Only One Carlos Quentin Profile Piece And It Goes Like This

News and fluff collide in the Chicago sports pages. Advancement rages on!

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Eleven Years Gone

When you’re all out of love, the best you can do is hate; all told, that’s not such a bad way to run out the clock. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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Of Death Spirals and Supersubs

We have hit the point of the season where the only logic left to cling to reeks of absolutely no logic whatsoever. If nothing goes right, we’ll have this thing locked up in no time. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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Not Much To Say When You’re Losing To The Mucky-Muck

And a child shall lead them, and that child will be named Freddy Garcia, and perhaps he too can resurrect those glorious first-place days of 2005 or, barring that, the magical third-place summer of 2006. The Bears, on the other hand, probably could have smoked the Mariners. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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Injured or Injury-Prone?

What do you call a player who’s always hurt and usually producing less than he’s capable of?

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