… Here’s how I see the odds of the five teams winning the division:
- Minnesota Twins 31%
- Chicago White Sox 30%
- Detroit Tigers 29%
- Cleveland Indians 6%
- Kansas City Royals 4%
March 26, 2011
11 pitchers not out of the question for Sox, as vague answers given regarding Marquez.—
Mark Gonzales (@MDGonzales) March 26, 2011
Maybe the Sox want both Lastings Milledge, and Brent Lillibridge to make the team.
UPDATE: Merkin @ CWS:
But comments from Guillen following Marquez’s four-inning Saturday start, during which he allowed three runs on six hits, just might indicate both Lillibridge and Milledge will be leaving Arizona with the White Sox.
“He pitched well. He pitched good. He did everything we asked him to do, and that’s the best Spring Training he’s had, put it that way, since we’ve had him,” said Guillen of Marquez, who came over from the Yankees as part of the November 2008 Nick Swisher trade.
“In the meanwhile, you have to make moves sometimes,” Guillen said. “The last move always hurts.”
Game at 3:05 CT. Right-hander Jeff Marquez takes the hill for the White Sox against the Angels today. First pitch is at 3:05 p.m. CT.