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  1. Fun article. Useless info, but kinda neat. God I love this site.

    Comment by Logan — October 19, 2009 @ 8:03 pm

  2. Does this consider when they come into the game? Is there a site that shows what innings a pitcher pitched in most? As someone who saw a lot of White Sox games this year and based strictly on memory, there were a lot of games where, yes, Carrasco came in for mop-up duty, but rarely would Ozzie use him for mop up late in a game; “I feel” like a lot of the mop-up duty Carrasco was inserted in was when White Sox starters got blown up early. This happened quite a few times that I can remember in Jose Contreras, Carlos Torres, Bartolo Colon, and (a) John Danks starts.

    Comment by scott — October 19, 2009 @ 10:32 pm

  3. Makes sense that Perdomo would be at or near the top in that category. He was a rule 5 guy and they probably didn’t feel he was really ready for the bigs, but wanted to hang on to him for the future, so they basically stashed him away on the 25-man and only gave him PT in the most mop-up situations possible.

    Comment by B — October 20, 2009 @ 11:26 am

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