Friday, May 24, 2013

Quotation Of The Day: The Minnesota Twins May Be Losing But At Least They Have Their Health Edition

From this Jeff Passen post at Yahoo! Sports:
That's not an exaggeration. According to data compiled by the [White Sox], from 2002-2012, White Sox players spent a total of 4,026 days on the disabled list. The average across baseball was 9,496. The next-closest team in the American League over that time span was Minnesota, with 7,805 days. The Texas Rangers had 12,803, more than three times as many as the White Sox. [empahsis mine]

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