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LaHerdiaGrande35
09-08-2005, 07:47 PM
Do you guys think there will be any gold glove winners from the Sox this year? I think Aaron should, he's been outstanding this year, especially when it counts. Also I think it's a toss up between Mark and Jon for the pitcher, as both have been outstanding as usual this year. Also I think Crede will be able to win one in the next couple of years, if he can stay healthy.
Here's some fielding stats:
TEAM POS G GS INN TC PO A E DP PB SB CS RF FPCT
A. Rowand
CWS OF 133 128 1162.1 322 316 3 3 1 --- --- - -- 2.47 .991
P Konerko
CWS 1B 125 124 1097.1 1214 1146 64 4 108 --- --- --- 9.92 .997
J Uribe
CWS SS 124 121 1094.0 577 211 352 14 74 --- --- --- 4.63 .976
J Dye
CWS OF 119 116 1051.0 235 219 9 7 2 --- --- --- 1.95 .970
T Iguchi
CWS 2B 113 109 993.0 526 196 317 13 66 --- --- - -- 4.65 .975
J Crede
CWS 3B 111 105 960.0 296 76 212 8 24 --- --- --- 2.70 .973
A Pierzynski
CWS C 107 106 957.2 726 684 41 1 6 7 70 23 6.81 .999
. S Podsednik
CWS OF 106 104 936.1 241 237 3 1 1 --- --- --- 2.31 .996
M Buehrle
CWS P 28 28 203.2 54 12 41 1 2 --- --- --- 2.34 .981
. F Garcia
CWS P 28 28 194.1 37 15 22 0 1 --- --- --- 1.71 1.000
J Garland
CWS P 27 27 186.1 41 9 31 1 1 --- --- --- 1.93 .976

JUribe1989
09-08-2005, 07:53 PM
Rowand and Garland are very deserving of gold gloves.

veeter
09-08-2005, 07:58 PM
I'd give it to Buerhle. Garland is a great fielder too. If they give it to Mussina again I'm gonna puke. Rowand deserves it too.

kittle42
09-08-2005, 07:59 PM
Rowand and Garland are very deserving of gold gloves.

These are the only two I would seriously consider as candidates.

TheOldRoman
09-08-2005, 07:59 PM
No, and it doesn't matter, anyways.
The writers pick the gold gloves, and they wont be giving any credit to the White Sox any time soon.
Most importantly, the gold gloves are meaningless popularity contests that are generally given out to hitters, not defensive wizards. The foremost example is Derrek Jeter winning last year. He is poor defensively.

LaHerdiaGrande35
09-08-2005, 09:24 PM
I wouldn't say that DJ is poor defensively. He makes some real dazzling plays. I do agree however that it is a popularity contest so I'm hoping that series in New York magnified Aaron's ability's to the public.

fquaye149
09-08-2005, 09:33 PM
No, and it doesn't matter, anyways.
The writers pick the gold gloves, and they wont be giving any credit to the White Sox any time soon.
Most importantly, the gold gloves are meaningless popularity contests that are generally given out to hitters, not defensive wizards. The foremost example is Derrek Jeter winning last year. He is poor defensively.
it was my understanding the coaches picked the gold glove...

Soxfanspcu11
09-08-2005, 09:44 PM
Shouldnt crede be a lock for the gold glove? He is the best defensive player on the team(maybe Rowand is better, but only slightly)


Anyway, if you have been watching the sox all year you know that he is beyond solid over there

ChiSoxRowand
09-08-2005, 10:06 PM
Shouldnt crede be a lock for the gold glove? He is the best defensive player on the team(maybe Rowand is better, but only slightly)


Anyway, if you have been watching the sox all year you know that he is beyond solid over there

The thing that will hurt Crede is he's missing a lot of time.

ode to veeck
09-08-2005, 10:06 PM
if the gold glove meant what it shold Crede should win hands down, unfortunately, its hardly a notch above the screwed up HOF voting

illinibk
09-08-2005, 10:29 PM
I thought Hawk and DJ talked about it a few months ago. IIRC, they said something along the lines of the players and coaches vote for it. Players will generally vote for the name guy because they obviously know who he is, and unless a relatively unknown (like Crede) robbed them all the time, it would be hard for that player to get enough votes.

MERPER
09-09-2005, 12:42 AM
Aaron has been getting a lot of good press lately nationally since the series at Yankee Stadium.... I think he can get it...

AJ I think is a lock barring a bad last month.. he is fielding unbelievable and throwing out a high percentage of base runners considering dealing with Contreras and Hernandez... He also has the 18 HR's (most for a catcher in AL) to back him up....

We all know how much the numbers at the plate mean!!!