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Sox Win! Sox Win!: My favorite things from a memorable day on the South Side

Sox Win! Sox Win!: My favorite things from a memorable day on the South Side
It was a crucial game that was played in a playoff atmosphere with playoff implications. In the end, the White Sox prevailed before a large and enthusiastic crowd at the Cell. My favorite things about today’s beautiful afternoon on the South Side: 1. The 5-4 Sox victory expands their A.L. Central lead to three over... Read more »

6 "musts" for the White Sox as they look to win the series this weekend in Motown

6 "musts" for the White Sox as they look to win the series this weekend in Motown
That loud thud you heard yesterday was the White Sox losing three of four from the Orioles, an even more disappointing development after our postseason hopes escalated following the 6-0 homestand against the Yankees and the Mariners. The news isn’t all bad. Despite the results in Baltimore, where the Orioles proved their chops as a... Read more »

As the White Sox's Division Lead Lessens, Questions Remain About a Less-Than-Potent Offense

As the White Sox's Division Lead Lessens, Questions Remain About a Less-Than-Potent Offense
On the surface of last night’s tough 4-2 ┬áloss to the Tigers, it was a hit batsman and a balk by starter Jake Peavy that accounted for the fact that the White Sox are now a mere half-game ahead of the Detroit in the A.L. Central. The real culprit, however, was NOT Peavy, despite his... Read more »
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