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Old 05-02-2013, 01:51 PM
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Default Peavy scratched tonight (back spasms)

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Peavy out tonight with back spasms. Santiago getting the start

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White Sox announce that Jake Peavy has been scratched tonight with back spasms. Hector Santiago will start in his place.
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Just heard this on the score.
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Old 05-02-2013, 02:05 PM
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This is getting laughable in a sad sort of way. Injury after injury. Have to hold your breath a little bit anytime Jake has any sort of injury but at least they appear to be doing the smart thing with him.

With preparation I think Santiago can have a decent outing. Last time he was thrust into the game when Gavin got hurt and seemed a bit off.
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Old 05-02-2013, 02:06 PM
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This ship is sinking

At least back spasms aren't ligament or muscle damage. This might actually be a one time thing.

But if it's not, who fills Peavy's rotation spot?
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Old 05-02-2013, 02:12 PM
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I am hoping it is unrealted to the major surgery he had on his back muscle...
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Old 05-02-2013, 02:14 PM
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Amazing isn't it. Typical White Sox luck. Players dropping like flies. This shouldn't be a long term issue but the way this season is going who the hell knows.

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Sox fans hate to lose, and hate it more when obvious solutions, like investing in drafting, global scouting, and player development, are ignored.
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Sox fans hate to lose, and hate it more when obvious solutions, like investing in drafting, global scouting, and player development, are ignored.
Sox fans also hate when people make **** up

Everybody knows the Sox haven't invested in their farm system for years and they'be paid for it now. These are, by the way, some of the same people who whined 10-15 years ago that the Sox were too reluctant to keep prospects instead of using them to make moves to bolster the Major League roster. So you can't win with them.

The Yankees acquired a 39-year-old, ****ty corner OF who has an OPS of about .700. They have a minor league system that has been just as bad as ours. It is what it is.
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Sox fans also hate when people make **** up

Everybody knows the Sox haven't invested in their farm system for years and they'be paid for it now. These are, by the way, some of the same people who whined 10-15 years ago that the Sox were too reluctant to keep prospects instead of using them to make moves to bolster the Major League roster. So you can't win with them.

The Yankees acquired a 39-year-old, ****ty corner OF who has an OPS of about .700. They have a minor league system that has been just as bad as ours. It is what it is.
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IIRC correctly Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada, Robinson Cano, Brett Gardner, Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain all came out of the Yankees farm system. I realize not all are close to recent. 4 of the top 75 prospects according to MLB.com are in the Yankees farm system. I don't have time to look up all MLB players who were originally signed by the Yankees, but I'm going to go out on a limb and say their farm system has been say just a little more productive than ours.
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IIRC correctly Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada, Robinson Cano, Brett Gardner, Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain all came out of the Yankees farm system. I realize not all are close to recent. 4 of the top 75 prospects according to MLB.com are in the Yankees farm system. I don't have time to look up all MLB players who were originally signed by the Yankees, but I'm going to go out on a limb and say their farm system has been say just a little more productive than ours.
Using Jeter, Posada, Pettitte, and Rivera to argue the Yankees have been good at developing players in 2013 is as silly as me saying the Sox are doing fine because they developed the Big Hurt, Ventura, McDowell, Alex Fernandez!!!

Yes, the Yankees have been a bit better than the Sox at developing their own in that they have 1 good player come out of their farm system in the past 20 years, but this idea that they have some kind of magic Talent Pipeline is silly. The Yankees don't build from within, for as long as I can remember they've won because money is no object to them. You don't have to have a good farm system when you're willing to absorb any deal or outbid anybody for even marginal player's services.

Also, they cheat.
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