With rain looming, Barrett and Pierzynski willing to fight until death to determine winner of Crosstown Cup
With April weather infiltrating mid-June in Chicago, the Cubs-Sox series at Wrigley appears to be in jeopardy. Joe Maddon and Rick Renteria met privately Monday to determine what they would like to do in the event of a rainout as neither wanted to make up the games later in the season. “We each had some […]
Former White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski left town this week for Texas, leaving Chicagoans everywhere in search of the newest athlete to hate.
With the Tigers and White Sox both sputtering down the stretch, a noted sports psychologist believes both teams are subconsciously tanking out of sympathy for the third-place and mathematically eliminated Royals, who have not made the postseason since 1985.
To start the evening, Cutski, as the media has dubbed them, walked through Grant Park kicking puppies and throwing rocks at the elderly. People were appalled until they realized who they were dealing with.
A.J. Pierzynski found himself in the middle of another fracas this week in Tampa against the Rays. Here are the Top 10 was the White Sox catcher normally agitates his opponents.
The unwritten rules about never making disparaging remarks about nails, hair or Anderson Cooper while in the establishment were apparently lost on the White Sox catcher. Pierzynski was reported last seen running from the nail salon sobbing uncontrollably with several small scrapes on his face.
"Say what you want about Adam Dunn and how he struggled at the plate last season, but he does one hell of a Jim Carrey impersonation," said A.J. Pierzynski, an avid fan of Carrey's movies. "Just the other day he, right as Robin was walking up to address the team, yelled, 'Warning! Assholes are closer than they appear!' We were all rolling, but Robin wasn't too happy.