Tag: White Sox

2012: A Horrible Year For Chicago Sports

2012 is finally over and it couldn’t have come fast enough.  In my 27 years on earth I can’t remember a more depressing and all around disaster of a year in Chicago sports than 2012.  All five of the major sports teams had little to no success and either suffered from collapses, injuries or just... Read more »

The First Annual Chicago Sports Holiday Awards

The holiday season is OFFICIALLY upon us.  It may be hard to tell with the holiday decorations and music playing since mid-September but it is officially here.  With the holiday season in full swing it means digging out the ornaments, setting up the tree, shoveling snow, standing in ungodly long lines for gadgets you don’t... Read more »

Why A-Rod Should Be A Member of the White Sox In 2013

Side note: Sorry for the long delay between posts I have been out of town for the past ten days for some well deserved R&R.  Now let’s get back to sports talk. The White Sox will most likely have a hole to fill at third base this off-season.  The Yankees may be willing to help... Read more »

Chicago Sports Quick Hits: White Sox, Bulls & Cubs

WHITE SOX PLAYOFF HOPES DASHED The White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 11-0 but the Detroit Tigers pulled off a 6-3 win over the Kansas City Royals clinching the A.L. Central and eliminating the White Sox from postseason play. It will be an interesting off-season for the Sox who have tough roster decisions to make... Read more »

Chicago Sports Roundup 9/8

WHITE SOX The White Sox fell to the Kansas City Royals in a back and forth 7-5 loss.  The dagger coming in a two run homer by Royals centerfielder Lorenzo Cain in the top of the ninth.  The Sox kept their one game lead in the A.L. Central due to the Tigers falling to the... Read more »

Twin Killing, Sox Pounded In 18-9 Loss

The Minnesota Twins continued to be the Achilles’ heel of the White Sox this season by bombarding the South Siders in an 18-9 victory.  The key was big innings and the Twins had two huge innings that sealed the victory at U.S. Cellular Field.  After the Sox put three runs on the board in their... Read more »

Verlander Outduels Sale, Tigers Sweep Sox, Tied For 1st

The White Sox entered the weekend series against Detroit with a three game lead on the Tigers.  After Sunday night’s 4-2 loss the White Sox left the Motor City deadlocked in a tie for first place in the A.L. Central after getting swept by their division rivals.  Everything that could go wrong for the Sox... Read more »

With Times Tough What Chicago Team Gets Your Money?

This is no news flash, but times are tough.  Families around the country are buckling down and cutting back on spending wherever they can and trying to avoid shelling out big bucks for luxuries instead of needs.  Attending sports games is probably not that high on anyone’s list who is cutting back costs, but people... Read more »

Sox Bats Fall Silent Again, Tigers Cut Lead To One

The White Sox continued to be in a team wide offensive slump as they fell to the Detroit Tigers for the second straight night in a 5-1 loss.  Only one game separates the White Sox and Tigers in the A.L. Central and Sunday night’s finale is crucial for both teams.  The Sox needed the offense... Read more »

Tigers Beat Sox, Take First Game In Huge Weekend Series

It was a rough start for the White Sox offense in a key three game series against the Detroit Tigers Friday night.  The Sox lost 7-4 in the Motor City while only managing five hits and stranding 13 runners in scoring position.  Jake Peavy had a rough outing for the Sox giving up nine hits,... Read more »
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