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South Side Sox Apr 15, 2015

David Robertson brings strikeouts back to the White Sox bullpen

Here's another way to describe the ineptitude of last year's relief corps David Robertson recorded his second save for the White Sox on Tuesday night, and it looked an awful lot like his first save -- three up, three down, three strikeouts. We're having @DRob30 déjà vu. #OneTwoThreeTheyGone pic.twitter.com/HH1bwmcUvP— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) April 15, 2015 It's a very considerate first impression by Robertson. The White Sox may have responded to one incomplete idea (building a bullpen that struggled to miss bats) with another (giving a reliever a four-year, $46 million...
South Side Sox Mar 30, 2015

White Sox injury updates: David Robertson in better shape than Jake Petricka

Closer throws scoreless inning without incident, while setup man faces prospect of season-opening DL stint In the land of key relief pitchers battling arm soreness, the one who throws a scoreless inning is king. Or, at least he's expected to head north with the White Sox at the start of April. David Robertson bounced back from his bout with forearm soreness to post a zero in the fourth inning (one hit, no walks, no strikeouts) against the Cleveland Indians on Sunday. Robertson had downplayed the concern about the soreness over the last several days, and he stayed on message after his...

David Robertson good to go after scoreless outing

GOODYEAR, Ariz. – The ailing Chicago White Sox bullpen actually got some good news Sunday as closer David Robertson delivered a scoreless – and pain-free – inning. Robertson, who admitted to some right-arm soreness last week, faced four Cleveland Indians hitters in a 17-pitch inning, giving up a double to Brandon Moss and getting three ground balls to second base. The White Sox pulled out a 4-1 victory. “I felt good,” Robertson said.

David Robertson, Jake Petricka dealing with arm soreness

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- For now, the Chicago White Sox are downplaying arm soreness being experienced by both David Robertson and Jake Petricka, both of whom are expected to be key members of the bullpen. Robertson, who has been on his own self-made preparation schedule, did throw a bullpen session Thursday and said he still is looking to pitch in games on back-to-back days before spring training ends next week. “I don’t think anything is wrong; I’m not going for MRIs or anything like that,” Robertson said.
New York Post Mar 21, 2015

How a Robertson motive for bolting explains Yankees’ demise

GLENDALE , Ariz. — Like Robinson Cano, David Robertson had to leave the Yankees to grow his bank account, a beard and his stature. The Yankees brand, after all, still...

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