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LITTLE NELL
03-04-2013, 08:38 PM
Here's mine:

Peavy 15-12
Sale 15-12
Floyd 12-10
Danks 11-11
Quintana 10-10

Let me say that I think the starting pitching is easier to predict than our hitting.
Concerns are Konerko's age, can Flowers produce, can Rios put up very good back to back years, can Dunn bat .240 and will Beckham finally become the hitter we thought he would be. If the results are positive on those concerns then the starters will have better records.

mzh
03-04-2013, 08:42 PM
Sale 18-6
Peavy 15-12
Danks 13-11
Quintana 11-9
Floyd 10-12

shingo10
03-04-2013, 09:37 PM
Peavy: 14-8
Sale: 17-7
Danks: 15-10
Floyd: 13-9
Quintana: 12-10

Hope springs eternal.

LITTLE NELL
03-04-2013, 09:39 PM
Peavy: 14-8
Sale: 17-7
Danks: 15-10
Floyd: 13-9
Quintana: 12-10

Hope springs eternal.

Start printing playoff tickets.

shingo10
03-04-2013, 10:24 PM
This got me to curious as to what our starters did on our world champion White Sox in 05...

Mark Buehrle: 16-8
Jon Garldand: 18-10
Jose Contreras: 15-7
Freddy Garcia: 14-8
Orlando Hernandez: 9-9
Brandon McCarthy: 3-2

Think those were our only starters...what a season.

SoxNation05
03-04-2013, 10:30 PM
Barring significant injuries...

Chris Sale - 18-8
Jake Peavy - 13-11
John Danks - 12-9
Gavin Floyd - 10-13
Jose Quintana - 5-7

Golden Sox
03-05-2013, 08:48 AM
Sale=18 wins, Peavy=17 wins, Danks=15 wins, Floyd=15 wins, and Quintana=14 wins. Thats 79 wins from the 5 starters. The rest of the staff will pick up another 21 wins and the White Sox will be in the 2013 Playoffs.I saw the new 2013 advertising slogan today, MAKE AN IMPACT. The slogan will fit this team quite well. This is the year for the Good Guys on the Great Southside of Chicago. I'm eager for the regular season to begin. By the end of the 2013 season Chicago will be dancing in the streets over the success of the White Sox.

russ99
03-05-2013, 09:44 AM
Sale 18-10
Peavy 12-14
Danks 13-11
Floyd 7-9: traded mid-season
Quintana 10-6
Santiago 6-8

Mr. Jinx
03-05-2013, 10:17 AM
I'll go:

Sale 19-11
Peavy 5-2
Danks 10-12
Floyd 12-10
Quintana 11-10
random guy who fills in for Peavy's injury 5-9

asindc
03-05-2013, 10:19 AM
I'll go:

Sale 19-11
Peavy 5-2
Danks 10-12
Floyd 12-10
Quintana 11-10
random guy who fills in for Peavy's injury 5-9

Is this an example of why you call yourself Mr. Jinx?

Mr. Jinx
03-05-2013, 10:43 AM
Is this an example of why you call yourself Mr. Jinx?

Exactly. By stating that I expect Peavy to get hurt again maybe I'll jinx that and he will make 30 starts again! But by saying that now, did I just jinx that?

My head hurts.

cards press box
03-05-2013, 12:13 PM
O.K., I'll take a gaze into the proverbial crystal ball:

Chris Sale 19-6
Jake Peavy 16-10
John Danks 14-9
Gavin Floyd 12-10
Jose Quintana 13-6

I think that 2013 will be a pretty good season.

Nellie_Fox
03-05-2013, 12:24 PM
Sale=18 wins, Peavy=17 wins, Danks=15 wins, Floyd=15 wins, and Quintana=14 wins. Thats 79 wins from the 5 starters. The rest of the staff will pick up another 21 wins...You see this as a 100 win team? :o: :o: :o:

DumpJerry
03-05-2013, 03:53 PM
Each of them: 25-2

Huisj
03-05-2013, 04:17 PM
Why am I so unexcited about this team this year? Somehow it seems like they got some key unexpected performances from a lot of people last year and still were just a decent team with lots of potential for being much worse than they were. I just can't see it happening again, and I'm especially not optimistic about some of the guys in the rotation. Is Danks going to be healthy and effective? Shoulders are complicated things. Can Sale replicate the same success a second year? Can Peavy avoid injury problems two years in a row and be better than a .500 pitcher? Is Floyd just permanently a .500 pitcher? Can Quintana keep the league from figuring him out in year two with his average stuff?

My everyone-will-hate-me pessimistic prediction:
Sale: 12-7
Peavy: 11-13
Floyd: 12-12
Danks: 3-7
Quintana: 4-10
Santiago:6-3
Axelrod: 2-5

Bullpen goes 28-27 and the Sox stink at 78-84.

SephClone89
03-05-2013, 04:21 PM
Obligatory post about how it's a fool's errand to predict something as volatile and near-arbitrary as pitchers' W-L record.

sullythered
03-05-2013, 04:45 PM
Sale- 21-4
Peavy- 14-11
Danks- 14-11
Floyd- 12-12
Quintana- 8-9