Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Week 22 Pitchers Poll: A Full 25-Man Roster

Jose gets photo treatment for last night
There are a lot of things about the White Sox being in first place that baffle me. The newest is the fact that after this week, and including Dewayne Wise's White Sox pitching debut, the Sox have now used 25 different pitchers this season.

That's an entire opening day roster full of pitchers. Had you told me before the season that the Sox would need 25 pitchers to get through the year and that Alex Rios would be our offensive MVP I would have stocked up on Maker's Mark like never before.

Instead we're in first place. Go figure.

1Chris Sale 274 1 13
2Jake Peavy 267 2 9
3Gavin Floyd 149 3 0
4Jose Quintana 133 4 8
5Matt Thornton 93 7 11
6Addison Reed 87 52
7Nate Jones 85 86
8Phil Humber75 5 -10
9Hector Santiago 74 9 9
10Jesse Crain 56 10 4
11Dylan Axelrod 47 11 0
12Francisco Liriano 39 12 0
13John Danks  34 130
14Zach Stewart 21 15 0
15Donnie Veal 20 162
16Brett Myers 19 14-3
17Brian Omogrosso  11 197
18Will Ohman 10 170
19Eric Stults 7 180
20Brian Bruney 2 200
20Leyson Septimo 2 211
21Deunte Heath 1 210
23Jhan Marinez 0 220
24Dewayne Wise 0 NA0
25Pedro Hernandez -4 240

After backing his way into first place last week Chris Sale holds on to the top spot with a strong performance. Overall the week wasn't all that great for the pitching staff, but a lot of it has to do with the 18-9 game.

Speaking of that game, congratulations to Phil Humber for having the worst week in the history of the Pitchers Poll with a -10 point week! Good lord! You have to be on top of your game to be that horrible.

Last week's rankings can be found here.

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