2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

An Emotional Frank Thomas Enters The Hall of Fame

An emotional Frank Thomas was enshrined among baseball’s immortals on Sunday as part of the 2014 class of the Hall of Fame.  Thomas was enshrined in Cooperstown along with Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Bobby Cox, Joe Torre and Tony LaRussa.  It was a class for the ages that included three of the top five winningest […]


Wilkins, Ravelo Emerging as Future Options

With Paul Konerko set to retire after the 2014 season and Adam Dunn’s contract expiring, the role of 1B/DH alongside prodigy Jose Abreu could be up for grabs next season. We’ve heard the common names and options by now. Dayan Viciedo, if he’s still around, makes sense if a stronger defensive outfielder is signed in […]


Noesi Leads Way to Win Over Twins

After a disappointing end to the homestand, the White Sox headed north tonight to kick-off a four game set against the last-place Minnesota Twins. Behind a solid outing from Hector Noesi and some timely hitting from a host of players, our Sox were able to bounce back from the two losses to the Royals and […]


Closer’s Role Gets More Complex as Putnam Heads to Disabled List

The injury bug hasn’t been kind to the Chicago White Sox this season, as players have hit the disabled list right and left. This afternoon, we were met with the news that yet another important member of the club will spend some time sidelined, as Zach Putnam was placed on the 15-day disabled list with […]


Sox Head North to Take on Twins in Four Game Set

The White Sox hit the road Thursday to start a seven game road trip against division opponents.  The first stop is Minneapolis for a four game series against the Twins.  The Sox went 3-3 on their home stand to open the second half of the season but lost the last two games with a chance […]


Offense Stifled as Royals take Two of Three

After taking two games in a weekend series against the Houston Astros to being the second half of the season, momentum looked as if it carried over when our White Sox defeated the Royals on Monday night. However, two straight one-run showings from White Sox hitters left the team winless on Tuesday and Wednesday, handing […]

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Homestand Continues as Sox Take on Slumping Royals

The White Sox continue their homestand this week with a three game set against the Royals.  The Sox took two of three from the Astros over the weekend, winning the first two but dropping the finale to miss out on a sweep.  The Sox are now 47-52 on the season and 26-22 at home. The […]


White Sox Call Up Reliever Taylor Thompson

Right before the All-Star break, the White Sox called up prospect Carlos Sanchez to start at short stop for the final game of the unofficial first half. He was always expected to start just the one game, but the team let him stay up for a couple extra in a utility role as the bullpen […]


Bottom of the Order Propels White Sox Past Astros

The White Sox squeaked out another one-run victory over the Houston Astros Saturday night as three unlikely heroes led the way for the south siders. Early on it was a hit parade for the good guys, as they picked up seven knocks over the first three innings and 12 in total off of Houston starter […]

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Carlos Rodon’s Pro Debut Set As Possible Fast-Track to Majors Begins

After finally signing N.C. State product Carlos Rodon to a franchise-record rookie contract last Friday, we’ve learned more about the approach the White Sox will take with their number one overall prospect. The $6.582 million man will debut in the Arizona Rookie League soon after the weekend. He had reported to High-A Winston-Salem, where he […]

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Bullpen Paces Comeback Effort Against Astros

Over the All-Star break, we discussed the White Sox’ rocky bullpen and their recent woes. In the first game of the ‘second half’, the unit seemed to have totally put their recent failures in the past, offering up four perfect innings en route to a victory for the south siders. It was Jose Quintana taking […]


White Sox Kick Off Second Half Against Astros

The White Sox kick off the unofficial second half with a six game homestand, starting with a three game weekend series against the Houston Astros.  The Sox come in at 45-51 on the year but are 24-21 at home.  The Sox limped into the All-Star break losing four of their last five. The Astros come […]

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White Sox First Half Review: The Good

The unofficial second half starts Friday for the White Sox so let’s take a look back and what went right for the Sox, pre-All Star break. The Sox finished the first half with a 45-51 mark, certainly nothing to give out awards for but the Sox have hovered around .500 for the better part of […]


White Sox Sign Chien-Ming Wang, Trade Dylan Axelrod

The White Sox had a busy Thursday ahead of the second half of the regular season getting underway Friday evening. With the gigantic question marks that are Hector Noesi and Scott Carroll rounding out the team’s rotation, many wondered what the backup plan to those guys would be the rest of the year. As fill-in […]


Sox All Star Game Wrap: Alexei Shines Bright

The White Sox were well represented at this year’s All Star Game, sending three players to the midsummer classic.  Chris Sale won the Final Vote and made his third All Star team while a pair of his Cuban teammates Alexei Ramirez and Jose Abreu were making their first All Star appearances. Ramirez became the latest […]