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Dayan's 9th inning 3-R HR wins it in the Bronx

Stealing isn’t noted for the spiritual satisfaction it provides in other areas of life, but in sports, and with victories, there’s hardly anything better. The White Sox had been unable to get the big hit to capitalize off of all the baserunners they got on Ivan Nova all game, so when they were spared the... Read more »

Alex Rios, Adam Dunn, and their albatross contract brethren

Alex Rios, Adam Dunn, and their albatross contract brethren
Jake Peavy is the highest paid player on the 2012 White Sox. Thaaaat doesn’t make me feel great, but there’s only one more season before a nice, comfy buyout awaits him in 2013. The next two highest paid players are Adam Dunn (who’s got a $2 million raise coming for this year) and Alex Rios.... Read more »

Biggest moments of White Sox' 2011 season

Biggest moments of White Sox' 2011 season
Welcome, gullible person who puts too much stock in article titles! I’ve been preparing for this day for some time.  Ever since I decided that exhaustive reviews of every player wasn’t worth it this year since I’ve been doing post-mortems on 2011 since late August, I knew the White Sox would offer up some nothing... Read more »
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Brent Lillibridge saves White Sox with a catch for the ages

Brent Lillibridge is an unabashed scene-stealer.  (See both plays courtesy of Lookout Landing‘s Jeff Sullivan here) Tuesday night’s 3-2 White Sox triumph in the Bronx had plenty of options for story lines. Paul Konerko’s 2-run 8th inning blast gave the Sox the lead and looked to redeem an offense that cranked out 10 hits but... Read more »