Another week of Chris Sale closing the gap on Jake Peavy, as Jake had yet another below average start and Chris Sale had the first complete game of his career.
What really stands out about this, though, is that while Peavy is ahead of Sale by 8 points, Sale is actually beating Peavy if you measure this by points per inning.
Here's this week's poll.
Now, on a per inning basis, Chris Sale is averaging 1.73 points per inning and Jake Peavy is averaging 1.61. What does this mean for the White Sox? Well, it means that I wouldn't want to play them in a 5-game series, or a 1-game playoff.
Elsewhere there isn't much out of the ordinary. Gavin Floyd had another terrible week, though at least this time he earned some points.
Really the biggest shock is that Will Ohman finally climbed out of last place and passed Eric Stults and Dylan Axelrod. So congratulations to Will for passing a guy who is now pitching for the Padres, and another one who is pitching for the Charlotte Knights. You earned it, buddy.
Last week's poll can be found here.