WhiteSoxFan84

05-15-2006, 04:29 AM

The "Crosstown Classic" is less than a week away and if things go as planned, the White Sox should easily win the series, if not sweep it. The following numbers show the difference between the White Sox offense and the offensive, offense of the Cubs...

*OFFENSE*

Statistics: CUBS/WHITE SOX

Shutout: 5 times/0 times

Scored 1 Run: 6 times/3 times

Scored 2 Runs: 3 times/2 times

Scored 3 Runs: 8 times/5 times

Scored 4-7 Runs: 11 times/16 times

Scored 8+ Runs: 4 times/10 times

Scored 0-2 Runs: Cubs 14 Times/White Sox 5 Times

Scored 4+ Runs: Cubs 15 times/White Sox 26 Times

I put these numbers together as I was trying to see if the White Sox have been shut out yet. They are one of only four remaining teams that have not been shutout yet. The other three teams = San Francisco, Philadelphia, and the New York Yankees.

*PITCHING*

Statistics: CUBS/WHITE SOX

Pitched Shutout: 0 times/2 times

Allowed 1 Run: 7 times/6 times

Allowed 2 Runs: 5 times/4 times

Allowed 3 Runs: 3 times/4 times

Allowed 4-7 Runs: 11 times/13 times

Allowed 8+ Runs: 11 times/7 times

Allowed 0-2 Runs: 12 times/12 times

Allowed 4+ Runs: 22 times/20 times

Believe it or not, the two team's pitching stats are very similar. The offensive stats, however, are obviously different. This SHOULD be fun weekend for all Sox fans :cool: .

*OFFENSE*

Statistics: CUBS/WHITE SOX

Shutout: 5 times/0 times

Scored 1 Run: 6 times/3 times

Scored 2 Runs: 3 times/2 times

Scored 3 Runs: 8 times/5 times

Scored 4-7 Runs: 11 times/16 times

Scored 8+ Runs: 4 times/10 times

Scored 0-2 Runs: Cubs 14 Times/White Sox 5 Times

Scored 4+ Runs: Cubs 15 times/White Sox 26 Times

I put these numbers together as I was trying to see if the White Sox have been shut out yet. They are one of only four remaining teams that have not been shutout yet. The other three teams = San Francisco, Philadelphia, and the New York Yankees.

*PITCHING*

Statistics: CUBS/WHITE SOX

Pitched Shutout: 0 times/2 times

Allowed 1 Run: 7 times/6 times

Allowed 2 Runs: 5 times/4 times

Allowed 3 Runs: 3 times/4 times

Allowed 4-7 Runs: 11 times/13 times

Allowed 8+ Runs: 11 times/7 times

Allowed 0-2 Runs: 12 times/12 times

Allowed 4+ Runs: 22 times/20 times

Believe it or not, the two team's pitching stats are very similar. The offensive stats, however, are obviously different. This SHOULD be fun weekend for all Sox fans :cool: .