Sox Down Boston on Second Straight Walk-Off Win

A run crosses home plate on a throwing error to give a team the ballgame in the bottom of the ninth. That probably sounds familiar to White Sox fans, as this sounds like a 2013 White Sox loss. However, these aren’t the 2013 Sox. These are the 2014 Sox, and this season, they continue to […]

Peavy hurling in last year's playoffs. Credit: Jamie Squire, Getty Images

Series Preview: White Sox Host Carmines, Two Old Friends

The White Sox continue their homestand this week, welcoming the defending World Series champs to the South Side.  The Sox (good ones) are fresh off taking three out of four from the Indians while the BoSox just dropped three out of four to the Yankees in the Bronx.

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White Sox Sign Frank Francisco to Minor League Deal

The struggles of the White Sox’ bullpen has been one of the main story lines surrounding the club throughout the first two weeks of the season. On Monday, Frank Francisco was signed to a minor league deal to add some depth. He’ll report to AAA Charlotte.

Alexei Ramirez and the jazz hands after clubbing a walk-off homer. Credit: Nam Y. Huh, AP

Alexei Walks Off The Tribe To Bail Out Lindstrom After Blown Save

I feel like we’ve discussed quite a few back-and-forth games highlighted by the White Sox’ resiliency throughout the first two weeks of the season. Considering that none of us expected much in terms wins for the 2014 club, that is something that is something I’m very OK with … especially when the game ends like […]


Paulino, ‘Pen Woes Too Much for Offense to Overcome

Pitching let the White Sox down big time on Saturday afternoon, as the Sox fell on a sunny, warm, and windy day to the Cleveland Indians 12-6. It was a fun, close game for the first seven innings, but the Tribe plated two in the seventh and four in the ninth to bust the game […]

There were plenty of high fives to go around in this one.

Offense Helps Sale Improve to 3-0 Despite Shaky Start

In his first two starts of the 2014 season, White Sox ace Chris Sale was phenomenal. He efficiently worked late into the games while remaining in control all throughout. The same could not be said about his performance on Friday night, as the Cleveland Indians gave him trouble in what seemed to be an off […]


Danks, Abreu Help Sox Defeat Tribe to Open Series

No, that title is not a typo. The Sox actually beat the Cleveland Indians tonight. With a 7-3 victory over the Tribe, the White Sox now have half as many wins against Cleveland as they did all last season. If you do the simple math, you could figure out that the Sox went 2-17 against […]

Garcia diving riiight before the injury.

Avisail Garcia Has Torn Labrum, Done for the Season

On Wednesday, Avisail Garcia injured his shoulder diving for a ball in right field. Later in the game, the White Sox issued a statement that called his injury just a “jammed shoulder,” which led to this update we had for you guys. But just before 2:00 CT on Thursday, the team had an unfortunate update […]

Salazar hurling for the Indians late in the 2013 season. Credit: Phil Long, AP Photo

Series Preview: White Sox Host Tribe for Four-Game Weekend Set

After a 2-4 road trip the White Sox head back to Chicago to take on division rival Cleveland in a four game weekend set starting Thursday night. The Indians dominated the Sox last year winning 17 of the 19 meetings. The Tribe comes in at 5-4 after taking two of three from the Padres at […]