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White Sox Week That Was 8/15-8/21 - Heaven can wait, and Hell's too far to go

White Sox Week That Was 8/15-8/21 - Heaven can wait, and Hell's too far to go
This is a long one, but it’s compartmentalized, so it’s easy to read in sections Three weeks ago, after the White Sox did a split for the week, it was plainly obvious that they were still firmly entrenched in the AL Central hunt and showed flashes of a higher level of play.  Being an ornery cuss,... Read more »

Twitter Account Hacked

If you received a Direct Message from me on Twitter (@JRFegan), for the love of God do not click it.  It will send all of your followers the same inane message it sent me. I am very, very sorry about this. Dead giveaway is the use of ‘ROFL’.  I never ROFL.  Never!

Interview with White Sox VP of Marketing, Brooks Boyer

Interview with White Sox VP of Marketing, Brooks Boyer
Hey look, there he is in the background! // Phil Velasquez, Chicago Tribune It’s the end of the month again, which means the good folks at the White Sox PR department have decided it’s time to toss an interview to their poor, downtrodden bloggers.  Because we’re just a few hyperventilating breaths from Opening Day, the... Read more »
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Only White Sox losses are to blame for Ozzie Guillen-Kenny Williams feud

Looks like a fight, probably isn’t. This is a theme that will continue. First, there was the seemingly innocuous column by David Haugh in the Chicago Tribune on Kenny Williams trying to diffuse the “supposed” controversy of him not watching a game live after the trade deadline.  I don’t know how much Williams is making,... Read more »

White Sox interested in Edwin Jackson - What? Was Todd Ritchie unavailable?

Edwin Jackson, Dontrelle Willis, and Dan Haren in the same photo; what the hell is going on in Arizona? Things just seem to jump in the way of me getting to write the snarky, jerkish pieces I really want to write.  For example, I had aspirations of writing an extremely mocking article about how sad... Read more »

Live From the Cubs-Sox Finale

I’m excited by the prospects of Sunday’s game. Sure, the series was decided the night before. And sure, thunderstorms are predicted for the entire day (they’re scattered, there’s a chance!) And ssuuuuurrre, my tickets are on a deck….and not in the lower one. But with reports circling that the level of unruliness during Saturday night’s... Read more »
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