Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune talked to Jake Peavy, whose loyalty to pitching coach Don Cooper was called into question earlier this week.
"Coop and I have an open relationship," Peavy told the Tribune. "There was one time where I disagreed about something he said about me being on and off after coming back from the surgery, and I told him about it."
Peavy goes on to compliment Cooper, noting that the White Sox wouldn't have won a World Series without the work he and Mark Buehrle put in.
There's a lot of good stuff in the article, but one other note: Peavy said it was best for both sides for Ozzie Guillen to leave, mentioning a deteriorating relationship with the former Sox manager toward the end of his tenure. That's not an entirely surprising revelation -- if Peavy had beef with any Sox coach, it looks like it was Ozzie, not Cooper.
White Sox fans saw a sight they hoped they'd never see Tuesday night.
Tim Anderson was helped off the field with an ankle injury in the fifth inning of Tuesday night's game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, hurt while making a play on a ground ball on a wet night in Massachusetts.
The White Sox announced later in the evening that Anderson has a sprained ankle and that X-rays were negative. The team added that Anderson will be reevaluated Wednesday.
Anderson made an on-the-run throw to nab J.D. Martinez at first base, but a play that Anderson has made look fairly routine over the past couple seasons this time included a slip on the rain-soaked infield. The White Sox star shortstop fell to the ground in pain immediately. After having his ankle briefly checked by the trainer, Anderson was helped off the field, into the dugout and into the clubhouse.
The rain poured down on Fenway Park on Tuesday night. The start of the game was delayed a half hour, but the teams played through steady rains throughout, worsening playing conditions, something the White Sox and every team across baseball have had to deal with quite often this season.
The degree of Anderson's ankle sprain is unknown, but the sight of him coming off the field was a nightmarish one for the White Sox and their fans. A sigh of relief came with the team's update, which did not include the words "Achilles" or "tear."
Anderson has emerged as one of the faces of the franchise this season, earning AL Player of the Month honors after a sensational April and earning national attention for flipping his bat after home runs and his mission to make what he calls a "boring" game more fun. He's got a .317/.342/.491 slash line on the season.
Anderson is undoubtedly a core piece for the rebuilding White Sox, who can pen him in as their shortstop of the future as well as the present.
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