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Story of 2012 White Sox: They Never Give Up

Story of 2012 White Sox: They Never Give Up
Note to self: Don’t give up on the White Sox too early in the game. They have made comebacks time and time again. It doesn’t mean they’ll do it every time, but there’s always a chance. Having witnessed so many Yankee wallopings of the Sox over the years, I admit that my first tendency last... Read more »

After Royal debacle, White Sox look to rebound at home against the Yanks

After Royal debacle, White Sox look to rebound at home against the Yanks
I never thought I’d say this, but it’s a relief to leave Kansas City and come home to face the mighty Yankees. The White Sox just endured a weekend of futility against their new chief nemesis where they were flat in every phase of the game, getting swept by 4-2, 9-4 and 5-2 scores. The... Read more »

Random Sox Notes After a Split With the Yankees and the Rangers Looming...

Random Sox Notes After a Split With the Yankees and the Rangers Looming...
Some opinions and observations as the Sox leave New York with a 4-2 loss and prepare for the Rangers after an off-day tomorrow: * Repeating their same Yankee Stadium pattern as a year ago, the Sox won the first two games of the series and lost the final two. It would have been nice to... Read more »
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How the White Sox Beat Those Yankees, Part I

How the White Sox Beat Those Yankees, Part I
As the New York media is obsessing over Joe Girardi’s bullpen decisions in the White Sox’s thrilling 4-3 comeback victory over Girardi’s Yankees last night, let’s go over yesterday’s checklist of the “musts” the Sox need to accomplish to be successful in the four-game series at Yankee Stadium.   Must #1 Dylan Axelrod has to... Read more »

White Sox vs. Yankees: "And the Yankees Don't Even Know They Are in a Fight"

White Sox vs. Yankees: "And the Yankees Don't Even Know They Are in a Fight"
The late Jean Shepherd, who was a noted radio and TV personality, actor and the narrator and co- scriptwriter of the popular film, “The Christmas Story,” was vocal about his passion for the White Sox. He once talked about the Lou Gehrig Yankees and how big a deal it was when they came to Chicago... Read more »
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