A cautionary tale: White Sox win seven in a row, but is it the real thing?

A cautionary tale: White Sox win seven in a row, but is it the real thing?
Let’s not talk about last night. Let’s not talk about how the White Sox superstar, and future hall of famer made a few slip ups in his most recent outing that lead to the White Sox seven game winning streak to come to an end. That’s not what I’m here to focus on. What I’m... Read more »

Chris Sale made history: What does this means for his future?

Chris Sale made history: What does this means for his future?
Chris Sale has become so many things this season, but to my self, he has mostly become the bright light in the darkness that is this unexpected 2015 White Sox season. Some of us may find the White Sox “unwatchable” (I’ve seen a few utter this sentiment), they may see the hopes of what was... Read more »

Astros vs. White Sox: Chris Sale's outstanding performance, Avi Garcia's pivotal home run

Astros vs. White Sox: Chris Sale's outstanding performance, Avi Garcia's pivotal home run
Minus some pesky, heavy rain that stuck around Chicago last night, the White Sox had quite the memorable game in quite a few aspects at U.S. Cellular Field Monday evening. Of course the most notable performance was that of White Sox ace Chris Sale, who not only struck out 14 batters, but has also set... Read more »
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John Danks showing slight, but promising improvements

John Danks showing slight, but promising improvements
John Danks has gone through many trials and tribulations in his nine years as a White Sox pitcher. Since returning from various shoulder injuries he suffered in the 2012 season – Danks hasn’t been the same pitcher we knew and loved anymore. He’s seen his velocity drop, he’s had control issues and he’s suffered scaring... Read more »

White Sox demote second baseman Micah Johnson to Charlotte, promote Carlos Sanchez

White Sox demote second baseman Micah Johnson to Charlotte, promote Carlos Sanchez
Despite Micah Johnson’s strong push offensively with the White Sox as the clubs starting second baseman this season, his defensive issues have been costly to a ball club that is already showing signs of a weakness in this area. Aside from that, Johnson has also shown some blemishes in his base running, an area that... Read more »

White Sox minor league look-in: Notes from conversations with Nick Capra and Kirk Champion

White Sox minor league look-in: Notes from conversations with Nick Capra and Kirk Champion
Monday afternoon, some of us in the White Sox blogesphere were fortunate enough to be afforded a conversation with White Sox Director of Player Development Nick Capra and Field Coordinator Kirk Champion. It was a very informative conversation that answered quite a few questions that Sox fans may have about what that state of some... Read more »
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A good first impression: Carlos Rodon picks up the win in first career MLB start

A good first impression: Carlos Rodon picks up the win in first career MLB start
I have to admit, going into Carlos Rodon’s first major league start on Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field, I was just a little bit apprehensive. His first major league start came quickly, from just three appearances out of the bullpen and less than a full year with the White Sox organization – to starting... Read more »

Amid White Sox struggles, the bullpen has finally begun to shine

Amid White Sox struggles, the bullpen has finally begun to shine
The joy and excitement not only exuded from Chicago baseball fans, but the media as well this¬†offseason¬†was incredible. It looked as if there would be winning and contending baseball on both sides of town in 2015, and the future was bright. However, plans on paper don’t always translate to reality as well as some may... Read more »

Hello May!

Hello May!
Thank god it’s May. April was a bad month for baseball on the South Side of Chicago. Sure, the Sox could have a month accruing a .421 winning percentage sometime later in the season, and it may not seem quite as bad as this seems. Sure, it’s early. Sure, there’s a looooooooooooong way to go... Read more »
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Carlos Rodon: Shaky debut vs. Indians, but there is still lots of promise for tomorrow

Carlos Rodon: Shaky debut vs. Indians, but there is still lots of promise for tomorrow
The suspense that ensued after the White Sox announced the call up left handed pitching prospect Carlos Rodon on Sunday evening was high, some (including myself) expecting him to be used out of the bullpen on a chilly Monday evening at U.S. Cellular Field as soon as John Danks showed the first signs of fatigue.... Read more »