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White Sox pitcher Dylan Cease talks strike outs and close shaves

CHICAGO (CBS) --  While the Chicago White Sox are on the road all week, beginning in Kansas City before heading to the Bronx, pitcher Dylan Cease will start Tuesday for the Sox.His last performance would have made Charles Dickens proud: The best of times and the worst of times in a loss to the New York Yankees.CBS 2's Marshall Harris caught up with MLB's leader in strikeouts, who's known for getting out of hairy situations, both on and off the mound.Marshall Harris:  You're having a very interesting season, fascinating, striking out guys at better than 13 per night. Is that...
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Dylan Cease had one of the most bizarre stat lines you’ll ever see

The Chicago White Sox were destroyed by the New York Yankees on Thursday night. A lot of it was their own fault but a lot of it was also New York Yankees batters taking advantage of their contact. As a result, Dylan Cease had one of the most bizarre stat lines that you’ll ever see.
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New York Yankees @ Chicago White Sox: Luis Gil vs. Dylan Cease

The Yankees are back in action tonight in Chicago, as they square off with the defending AL Central champion White Sox for the first time this year to begin a four-game set. Chicago is trailing Minnesota early on, which is a bit of a surprise since the White Sox were the overwhelming division favorite. It’s a good ballclub though, so expect Chicago to be in the playoff mix all year long.

Dylan Cease, White Sox Bullpen Falter in Lopsided Loss to Yankees

7-run 8th inning sinks Sox in lopsided loss to Yankees originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. It's difficult to allow lopsided half-innings and win baseball games. The Chicago White Sox found that out the hard way in Monday's 12-9 loss to the Guardians, which featured a six-run Cleveland ninth that erased an 8-2 deficit and forced extra innings.
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White Sox's Dylan Cease: Fans 11 but allows six runs

Cease did not factor in the decision against the Yankees on Thursday, hurling four innings during which he gave up six runs on six hits and two walks while striking out 11. Cease racked up an impressive 20 swinging strikes among his 90 pitches and tied his season high with 11 punchouts, but he also surrendered his most runs of the campaign thus far. He was victimized by a pair of Giancarlo Stanton homers in the contest that accounted for four of the six runs against him. The right-hander had been excellent at keeping the ball in the park prior to Thursday, allowing just one homer over his first six starts. Despite the tough outing, Cease has been a solid fantasy asset this season, tying for the league lead with 58 strikeouts while posting a 3.55 ERA over 38 innings. HIs next start is scheduled to come in Kansas City early next week.
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South Side Sox Player of the Week (May 2-8): Dylan Cease

The school bell rings, and young Dylan Cease bolts upright. The classroom is muggy and the teacher states at him expectantly. He had dozed off during a biology lecture on … what was it again? Oh, right! Schooling Trout. Dylan Cease did plenty of that last week against the...
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White Sox's Dylan Cease: Strikes out eight

Cease allowed one earned run on four hits and three walks while striking out eight across five innings Saturday against Boston. He did not factor into the decision. Cease struggled to work efficiently as he needed 101 pitches to record 15 outs. However, he otherwise continued to showcase strong stuff, highlighted by 16 swinging strikes. Cease has now racked up at least eight strikeouts in all but one of his six starts this season and has maintained a 2.38 ERA with a 1.00 WHIP and a 47:13 K:BB across 34 innings.
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Dylan Cease shows that he can predict the future while mic’d up

The Chicago White Sox won a huge matchup over the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night. Michael Kopech led the way as the team won the game 3-1. There were some very sloppy weather conditions including cold, rain, and wind. Kopech didn’t give up a run yet again but that might...
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Fantasy Baseball Today: Dylan Cease dazzles, why you should buy in on David Peralta and more

Happy Tuesday, everyone! Oh how nice it must be right now to be a New York Yankees fan. They got the job done again on Monday evening with their 10th consecutive victory. The Yankees are finding different ways to win -- without as much of a reliance on the mashing -- and so far they've been one of baseball's best. Monday's short slate continued forward with baseball's 2022 trend of less power -- and ultimately less scoring -- at least on this night. We had a slew of pitchers' duels shake out and a sleeper who wasn't hyped much this preseason from Chicago deliver the best outing of the night.
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Dylan Cease strikes out 11, White Sox shut out Angels 3-0 to split series

CHICAGO (AP) — Dylan Cease struck out 11 to match a career best and gave up just one hit in seven sparkling innings, propelling the Chicago White Sox to a 3-0 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Monday.Three-time AL MVP Mike Trout struck out in all four at-bats, three against Cease. The Angels star, who homered and doubled in a win Sunday to raise his OPS to a whopping 1.247, fanned against Liam Hendriks to end the game.Angels two-way start Shohei Ohtani didn't start, a day after making an early exit because of groin tightness. The reigning AL MVP...
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Dylan Cease Is Cubs' Version of Sammy Sosa: The One That Got Away

Crosstown cross to bear: Cease is one that got away for Cubs originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. When armchair baseball historians look back years from now and rip the Cubs’ 2017 trade for Jose Quintana (looking at you, @thekapman), it won’t be Eloy Jimenez held up as the reason the Cubs lost the trade.