Tag Archives: Jose Contreras

The Sport of Jesters

The White Sox could be champions, if only we were talking about a different game. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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Two Different Men Into Two Different Sunsets

The Chicago White Sox suddenly have not one but two(!) chances of making the playoffs.

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Thome/Contreras x 2

Here they go again, on their own. . . [A.V. Chicago] . . . goin’ down the only road Ken Griffey, Jr.’s ever known. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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Jake Peavy and the New Admission of Failure

Eight and a half games back! Team of Destiny, assemble!

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So This Is The Way The Rotation Ends

Jose Contreras. Anybody remember that guy? He used to work here. Model employee, some might say. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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His Win Is Their Impending Losses

Jose Contreras dominates again. What an awful, awful turns of events.

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El Conte and El Cowley

Sorry for the lapse in posting, folks. A rather large non-sports-related project came up so pieces here on 35th Street might become slightly intermittent over the next few weeks. As penance, a Friday twofer of world-hating cynicism by yours truly: First of all you guys, Gordon Beckham is, like, so awesome, and his hair is […]

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Jose Contreras Is The Rex Grossman Of White Sox Pitching

If there was such a thing as a “pitcher rating,” well, you kind of know where this is going.

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It’s the Question That Drives Us

It’s the question that brought you here. You know the question, just as I did. [Mouthpiece Sports]

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The 35th Street Post Office [July 16, 2009]

Dude, I’ve got a two-liter of Mountain Dew and a bunch of D&D books. Let’s party! Also, Bacon Spice is fair game.

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The 2005 White Sox Reunion Tour Continues

The Big Chief Returneth, and the people of earth rejoiced.

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Say What?

From now on, let’s just believe everything Ozzie Guillen, Greg Walker, and, oh, everyone else says all the time. Why could they possibly have to cover up?

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Bold Predictions: Chicago Rock City

Second and fourth places have never been so horrifically similar.

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Bright Side of the Home Series Loss

Baby steps towards standing a chance. Baby steps towards standing a chance. Baby steps towards standing a chance.

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Panic Room of Nine Days Until Pitchers and Catchers Report

Kenny Williams signing Bobby Abreu? He’s spent the last eight years of his life building teams like this specifically to keep out players like that.

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And Then There Were Four and a Half

A first-place softball team, a black hole at the back end of the rotation and questions about Jose Contreras. The 2004 AL Central race is going to be an interesting one.

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