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So how does this play out if the product remains subpar?
By May, expect a coach to be sacrificed. By June, a few players. Why would Reinsdorf want to pay for a Pierzynski on a fifth-place team when he can have a cheaper Tyler Flowers? Why does he need a Paul Konerko when he can slide Mark Kotsay there?
But all eyes will be on the relationship between Williams and manager Ozzie Guillen. Can they live with each other in a purge or will fingers be pointed as the marriage has soured?
Either way, this slow start has a certain amount of doom and gloom about it, and the ending won’t be a pretty one.
Has this fellow no feeling of White Sox business, that he
sings at grave-making?
Custom hath made it in him a property of easiness.
‘Tis e’en so: the hand of tabloid employment hath
the coarser sense.
[Sings] But age, with his losing steps,
Hath robbed me in the clutch,
And hath shipped my beard intil the land,
As if I had never been such.
[Throws up a No. 7 road grey] OZLET
That jersey had a ballplayer in it, and could hit once:
how the knave jowls it to the ground, as if it were
shroud of Owens, that hath spoiled thy number! It
might be the covering of a grinder, which this ass
now o’er-reaches; one that would circumvent God,
might it not?
It might, my lord.
Or of a dirtdog; which could say ‘Good morrow,
sweet lord! More bunting, good lord?’
This might be my lord suck-a-[EXPLETIVE DELETED],
that praised my lord suck-a-[EXPLETIVE DELETED]’s horse[EXPLETIVE DELETED],
when he meant to beg it; might it not?
Ay, my lord.
Why, e’en so: and now my Lady Worm’s; punchless, and bats
knocked about the green with a busher’s heater:
here’s fine revolution, an we had the trick to
see’t. Did these bones cost no more than
an honest D.H.? mine ache to think on’t.
[Sings] Abhorrent hurling, lackluster play,
Combine not for the wins:
Needed for thy ground to be made
To catch up to the Twins.
[Throws up a skull] OZLET
And again: why may not that be the skull of a
catcher? Where be his quiddities now, his quillets,
his gestures, his tactics, and his tricks? why does he
suffer this rude knave now to knock him about the
sconce with a dirty shovel, disrespecting half of
our fine battery? Hum! This fellow might be
in’s time a Cy Young pitcher, with his sliders,
his running fastballs, his intensity, his glare,
his self-reflexive profanity: is this the glare of his glares, and
the profanity of his profanities, to have his smushed
pate full of fine dirt? will his vouchers vouch him
no more of his promise, and his potential, than
the callow and naivety of a rookie receiver? The
very conveyances of his skills may lie in the National League;
and must the inheritor himself have no more, ha?
Not a jot more, my lord.
Is not parchment tradeable?
Nay, my lord.
Hath Comcast come true?
Yea, my lord.
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Maybe the White Sox could have used D.J. Carrasco on Thursday, but Carrasco had his own problems.
He entered the game with the Pirates trailing 6-0 to the Milwaukee Brewers.
One inning of work later, the Pirates trailed 10-0.
And they lost 20-0.
So … hey.
Minor league roundup:
- Durham 10, Charlotte 2
- Daniel Hudson mades like his role model, getting pounded by Tampa Bay’s affiliate: 4 1/3 IP, 7 H, 8 R, 4 ER, 4 BB, 2 K, 1 HR.
- Clevelan Santeliz worked around a hit and two walks over 1 2/3 scoreless innings, striking out one.
- C.J. Retherford went 1-for-3 with a double, RBI, walk and two strikeouts.
- Jordan Danks went 1-for-4 with a strikeout; Dayan Viciedo didn’t have the hit.
- Jacksonville 7, Birmingham 1
- Brent Morel went 2-for-4 with a double, his fifth of the year.
- Christian Marrero drew two walks in four plate appearances; John Shelby drew his first of the year (57 at-bats).
- Winston-Salem 9, Myrtle Beach 3
- Nevin Griffith lowered his ERA to 0.90 with seven shutout innings. He struck out five batters, allowing three hits and two walks.
- Jon Gilmore went 1-for-5 with a double and an RBI.
- Justin Greene went 2-for-3 with a solo homer; Brandon Short went 2-for-4, extending his hitting streak to 11 games.
- Santos Rodriguez allowed a pair of runs on two hits and a walk over an inning of work, striking out two.
- Dan Remenowsky had similar success, except one run allowed and one walk.
- Kannapolis 9, Rome 3
- Trayce Thompson continues to roll: 3-for-5 with a double, homer and four RBI. He struck out once.
- Miguel Gonzalez had his second straight two-hit game, doubling and driving ina run.
- Kyle Colligan went 1-for-4 with a walk; Juan Silverio went 1-for-3 and was caught stealing.