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Winter Meeting Wrap-Up: League reels upon itself, melts; White Sox react "Eh, let's see where this goes"

Winter Meeting Wrap-Up: League reels upon itself, melts; White Sox react "Eh, let's see where this goes"
If Day 3 of the Winter Meetings were defined primarily–for White Sox fans at least–by crushing loss and the rolls of cookie dough that were eaten to cope with it, Day 4 was defined by Angels owner Arte Moreno dousing the free agent market in gasoline, lighting it aflame, and then laughing as he flew... Read more »

Baseball is over: PREPARE

Baseball is over: PREPARE
On Friday night, the baseball season ended with the St. Louis Cardinals as the World Series champions.  If they hadn’t already hammered this point home in 2006, St. Louis reiterated that you always gun like hell for the playoffs if at all possible.  Even if your rotation is sort of blegh, even if at any... Read more »

The World Series might be just as likely to have a future White Sox regular as their Arizona Fall League team

The World Series might be just as likely to have a future White Sox regular as their Arizona Fall League team
After a thrilling and entertaining post-season, the World Series set us to be rather simple.  The St. Louis Cardinals have an elite offense, but a middling rotation that they’ve saved by leaning heavily on their bullpen.  The Rangers have operated the same way, with an even better offense and a better bullpen.  It’s also a... Read more »
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BREAKING: Guillen doesn't like Cooper, White Sox have still not named a hitting coach, Paul Konerko was a good minor league player

BREAKING: Guillen doesn't like Cooper, White Sox have still not named a hitting coach, Paul Konerko was a good minor league player
The initial reaction to a Joe Cowley column including such quotes from Ozzie Guillen as “We all knew Coop was Kenny’s b—-” and “The Sox were saying, ‘Yes, we want to f— you, but we don’t want to marry you.’ ’’ might be “Wow! What a bombshell!”  Colorful language catches the eye like that, and certainly this... Read more »

September calling to the minor leagues

September calling to the minor leagues
Between Ramon Castro trying to catch a pitch barehanded, A.J. Pierzynski racing in front of Bruce Chen fastball, Carlos Quentin diving into the ground shoulder-first, and Tony Pena tearing ligaments out of his own elbow, the Chicago White Sox veterans conspired to take the excitement out of September call-ups. Tyler Flowers, Dayan Viciedo, Alejandro De... Read more »