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Detroit Tigers (12-10 Joe Jimenez Jersey , third in the AL Central) vs. Boston Red Sox (9-15, fourth in the AL East)Boston; Wednesday, 7 p.m. EDTPITCHING PROBABLES: Tigers: Tyson Ross (1-2, 3.38 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, 17 strikeouts) Red Sox: Eduardo Rodriguez (1-2, 7.20 ERA, 1.60 WHIP, 21 strikeouts)LINE: Tigers favored by 1 1/2 runs; over/under is 9 1/2 runsBOTTOM LINE: Detroit will sweep the series over Boston with a win.The Red Sox are 3-5 in home games. The Boston pitching staff as a whole has an ERA of 5.65. David Price leads the team with a 3.75 ERA.The Tigers are 6-5 on the road. Detroit has hit 13 home runs this season, last in the MLB. Niko Goodrum leads them with two while slugging .463.TOP PERFORMERS: Mitch Moreland leads the Red Sox with 12 extra base hits and is batting .250. Xander Bogaerts is 10-for-39 with a double, three home runs and nine RBIs over the last 10 games for Boston.Goodrum leads the Tigers with two home runs and has eight RBIs. Christin Stewart is 11-for-35 with five doubles, a triple, two home runs and 11 RBIs over the last 10 games for Detroit.LAST 10 GAMES: Red Sox: 4-6, .212 batting average, 5.00 ERA, outscored by 18 runsTigers: 4-6, .266 batting average, 4.10 ERA, outscored by six runsRed Sox Injuries: Brian Johnson: 10-day IL (elbow), Nathan Eovaldi: 10-day IL (right elbow), Dustin Pedroia: 10-day IL (knee), Eduardo Nunez: 10-day IL (back), Brock Holt: 10-day IL (eye), Marco Hernandez: 10-day IL (shoulder).Tigers Injuries: Matt Moore: 10-day IL (knee), Blaine Hardy: 10-day IL (left forearm strain), Michael Fulmer: 60-day IL (elbow), Christin Stewart: 10-day IL (quad), Jordy Mercer: 10-day IL (quad). This second in the series details the relievers who are nibbling at the majors"WhiteFanposts FanpostsFanshotsSections AnalysisGame RecapsGamethreadsMinorsOffbeatFull ArchiveExclusives South Side Sox Hall of FameCard of the MonthDeep DiveDigitsFlashbackFranchise FactsKnow Your EnemyMost Essential White SoxRace to the BottomSix Pack of StatsSouth Side SnapSouth Side StumperSSS Literary SupplementSuper Stats PackThe Game I’ll Never ForgetTwitterpatingUnder the RadarView From the Other SideWhite Sox on SB Nation HomeStoriesScheduleRosterStatsWhite Sox on Yahoo! HomeDepth ChartTransactionsMasthead MastheadMeet the Players!Links White Sox Web LinksSouth Side Sox standardsCommunity GuidelinesOdds Shop StubHub 鉁昗hite Sox MinorsCharlotte KnightsHow do you spell relief? On the cusp of the 2019 White Sox bullpenNew,6commentsThis second in the series details the relievers who are nibbling at the majorsCSTShareTweetShareShareHow do you spell relief? On the cusp of the 2019 White Sox bullpenFabulous firepower: Among a lot of good candidates http://www.tigersfanproshop.com/authentic-joe-jimenez-jersey , Ian Hamilton is the shooting star of the next wave of White Sox relievers.Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY SportsBefore this offseason, the Chicago White Sox were loaded with high-ceiling, but not-ready-for-prime- time pitchers, like Ian Hamilton, Zack Burdi, Ryan Burr, and Thyago Vieira. With several recent additions via trade and free agency, the White Sox now have several veterans to add to this list. 1.6 to 0.3. As a southpaw who can reach the mid-90s with his fastball, Bummer is still very intriguing. He definitely profiles as a LOOGY: lefties slashed .245/.286/.302, while righties fared much better at .338/.391/.425 in 2018. Bummer has two options remaining, which may factor into where he’ll begin the 2019 season.Ryan Burr (24): Burr had a terrific minor league campaign last year, pitching effectively for both Birmingham and Charlotte. However, he got rocked to the tune of a 7.45 ERA and 1.86 WHIP after his late-season promotion to the White Sox with six walks, six strikeouts and three homers in just fewer than 10 innings of work. Of course, it’s difficult to determine exactly how good Burr can be in the majors with such a tiny sample size. According to MLB Pipeline, “There’s nothing subtle about Burr, who attacks hitters with a 94-96 mph fastball that has been clocked as high as 99. He works from a high arm slot that creates downhill plane and armside run that add to the difficulty of catching up to his heater. He backs up his fastball with a solid low-80s slider with depth.” Burr’s fastball and slider were graded as 65 and 55 respectively, while his control was given a 45. While it’s possible he could begin 2019 with Chicago, it’s more likely that Burr will return to Charlotte due to the offseason signings. Burr has three options remaining, so ticket him for Charlotte.Caleb Frare (25): Acquired for international bonus pool money from the Yankees last year, Frare dominated minor league ball last year in 57 1鈦? innings — compiling a 0.78 ERA and 0.94 WHIP while allowing 32 hits (.162 OBA), 22 walks (9.8 BB%) and 77 strikeouts (34.2 K%). Righties fared just as poorly against Frare’s offerings in the minors as had righties. He struggled in his 11 outings (seven innings) with the White Sox late last year, to the tune of a 5.14 ERA and 1.43 WHIP. His four-seam fastball averaged nearly 94 mph with the Sox according to Baseball Savant, with his slider averaging 86.3. Because he does have three options left, there’s a possibility he returns to Charlotte to begin next year. However, based on his age, minor league results, and left-handedness, Frare deserves the shot to begin the season instead on the major league roster.Ian Hamilton (23): Hamilton enjoyed a fantastic 2018 minor league season Alan Trammell Jersey , split between Birmingham and Charlotte with equally even results. Combined with both squads, he posted a 1.74 ERA and 1.05 WHIP and 22 saves in 51 2鈦? innings by surrendering 38 hits (.204 OBA) and 16 walks (7.8%) while fanning 62 batters (30.1%). But Hamilton struggled a bit in his first stint with the White Sox: In 10 outings totaling just eight innings, he posted a 4.50 ERA and 1.00 WHIP, as he relinquished six hits (two of them homers) with two walks and five strikeouts. Hamilton ranks 16th among White Sox prospects according to MLB Pipeline, which currently makes him the highest-ranking relief prospect in the system, and he’s given a 70-grade fastball with a 55 slider. His fastball consistently runs mid-90s, but has peaked at 99. Odds are good, despite the recent additions, that Hamilton will begin the season with the White Sox. Jose Ruiz (24): Ruiz was claimed in December 2017 from the San Diego Padres (who placed him on waivers to clear a 40-man roster spot). Ruiz is a converted catcher, and last year was just his third season of pitching. Assuming he’ll only continue to improve, it seems Ruiz has a solid career ahead of him. Last year with Winston-Salem and Birmingham, he combined to produce a 3.07 ERA and 1.07 WHIP with 16 saves over 58 2鈦? innings; during that time, he surrendered just 39 hits (.188 OBA) and 24 walks (10.1%) while fanning 77 (32.5%). In six games with the Sox encompassing just 4 1鈦? innings, he posted a 4.15 ERA and 1.85 WHIP by allowing five hits and three walks while striking out six. According to MLB Pipeline (which ranks Ruiz 24th among Sox prospects), his fastball sits at 94-97 mph with a peak of 99; he also features an above-average mid-80s slider. Ruiz does have two options remaining. Jordan Stephens (26): Stephens will likely be a competitor for the fifth starter spot with Manny Ba帽uelos and Dylan Covey, barring any additional acquisitions. By being placed on the 40-man roster, the White Sox regard him more highly than his Charlotte teammates, Jordan Guerrero and Spencer Adams. Stephens started last season well with Birmingham, but struggled in 21 starts with Charlotte with a 4.71 ERA and 1.46 WHIP over 107 innings, allowing 114 hits (.271 OBA) and 42 walks (8.9%) while fanning 99 (20.9%). According to MLB Pipeline, which ranks Stephens 20th among White Sox prospects, “Stephens has one plus pitch, an upper-70s curveball with good depth. He sets it up with a fastball a low-90s fastball that plays up a bit because he hides it and locates it well.” Lefties in AAA ball hit .296 against Stephens last year (compared to .242 versus righties) due to a fringy changeup and cutter. Another concern is that Stephens’ ground out/fly out rate was just 0.55; that must improve if he expects any kind of success in Guaranteed Rate Field. Because of his relatively small size and health concerns, Stephens may be better suited as a reliever in the long run. Unless he vastly outpitches Ba帽uelos and Covey in spring training, Stephens should begin the season with Charlotte, with an opportunity for promotion if all goes well. He has three options remaining.Thyago Vieira (25): Vieira, acquired from the Mariners on November 2017 for international bonus pool money, may actually have the best fastball of any White Sox reliever, from the majors on down. That fastball http://www.tigersfanproshop.com/authentic-joe-jimenez-jersey , which peaks at triple digits and averaged 97.5 mph last year according to Baseball Savant, is actually graded 80 by MLB Pipeline. He does have a hard curveball, which is actually more of a slider, was graded at 55. However, despite the power stuff, Vieira’s results were rather middling last year. With Charlotte, he posted a 5.05 ERA and 1.56 WHIP in 41 innings, as he allowed 40 hits (.252 OBA) and 24 walks (12.7%) while fanning 50 (26.5%). Unsurprisingly, he fared worse with the White Sox in 17 2鈦? innings, where he compiled a 7.13 ERA and 1.70 WHIP by surrendering 21 hits (.292 OBA) and nine walks (9.6%) while striking out 15 (17.6%). Vieira has only two effective pitches, and if his curve/slider isn’t being thrown for strikes, experienced hitters can tee off any fastball no matter the speed. Vieira does have one option remaining, and it’s likely he’ll begin next season with Charlotte and stay there until his control and command sufficiently improve.You might think that this group of pitchers really reads like last year’s White Sox bullpen — that’s because it sort of was. Six of the seven pitchers above saw action on the South Side in 2018. That most of these guys are now ticketed for Charlotte instead of an automatic, return engagement with the White Sox speaks to the improvements made to the bullpen this offseason, with the additions of Kelvin Herrera, Alex Colom茅 and Manny Ba帽uelos. It’s not easy sailing for this group in terms of even their Charlotte status, however, as above list doesn’t even include pitchers like Tyler Johnson, Matt Foster, Mike Morrison, and Hunter Schryver who likely will begin the season in Birmingham and will be itching to see action for the Knights and White Sox. While some of these “on the cusp” guys may be traded, released, or even demoted to Birmingham to begin the season, chances are that most will see some shine in Chicago at some point in 2019. After all, the bullpen, even more than the starting rotation and outfield, is without doubt the team’s strongest position of organizational depth.
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