Rick Hahn has given Robin a lot more to work with this year.

Just How Messy is the White Sox’ Organization?

The 2015 season was a disappointment for pretty much everyone and everything involved with your Chicago White Sox. There was all sorts of hope and expectations surrounding the team after a flashy off-season filled with moves that were supposed to help the team to compete now and moving forward. And why not? They had some excellent […]

White Sox Ready To Face Fellow Contenders, Begin Quest Towards Postseason

The Chicago White Sox enter the month of August having won eight of their last 10 ballgames, while smacking 15 home runs in the process to jumpstart an offense that can be really dangerous. In short, they have played themselves back into the American Wild Card race, after exhibiting signs of a season that was on […]

Marlon Byrd is someone who could be had in a trade and would provide some power for a cheaper cost (photo credit: Bleacher Report).

Three Bats That Make Sense for the Sox

The MLB Trade Deadline is just about here. Thanks to a sudden surge of offense and some quality play by our Sox, it looks as if the winds have changed faster than a politician’s mind and our Southsiders now find themselves as potential buyers. With the team just 2.5 games back of a Wild Card […]

Underachieving White Sox Aiming To Turn Things Around In Second Half

The Chicago White Sox haven’t enjoyed a highly successful first half to the 2015 MLB season. After a much-needed All-Star break, they’ll hope they can band together and enjoy a significantly better run during the second half. Having ace Chris Sale backing them certainly helps, being one of the main attractions for White Sox tickets, […]

Prices Low As White Sox Face Off Against Two Second-Place Teams

One step back and one step forward for the Chicago White Sox, who remain in last place of the American League Central division, trailing the Kansas City Royals by 7 games. After sweeping a three-game set against the AL West division-leading Houston Astros, the White Sox went to Tropicana Field and were swept by the […]


Bonifaci-no? Emilio’s Role Seems Vague and Unnecessary

While the White Sox have played a better brand of baseball of late, the offense is still leaving a lot to be desired. Robin Ventura has done some things to tinker with the lineup recently, including shifting guys around in the order and giving certain players more at-bats. One of those guys who has seen […]


Samardzija and the Sox First Inning Woes

Jeff Samardzija was brought in to be the Batman to Chris Sale’s Superman. Even though he was going to be the number two pitcher in the rotation, the expectation was that he would really be pitcher 1-A. Eleven starts into his White Sox career and Samardzija is 4-3 with a 4.68 ERA and a 1.342 […]

White Sox Most And Least Expensive June Games Are All On The Road

The next game for the Chicago White Sox will be their 50th, and those games have not gone according to plan so far. After some major free agent acquisitions in the offseason, the White Sox did not believe they would be in the cellar of the American League Central division at this point in the […]

Chicago White Sox Victory Parade

The Next Number the White Sox Should Retire

With Paul Konerko getting his number retired this weekend it got me to thinking who might be the next person to be honored by the White Sox by having their number taken out of circulation. Certainly there are some names that pop up when talking to fans but for me there is one choice that […]

New Sox closer David Robertson

White Sox back to .500 and Showing Signs of Life

Don’t look now, but the White Sox are actually back to .500 at 17-17 following their first three-game sweep in Oakland since 1997. To the surprise of many, the Sox were able to get themselves back to break-even by winning five straight ROAD games after starting the year 2-12 away from home. Now the Sox […]


LaRoche’s Slow Start No Reason for Panic

With White Sox designated hitter Adam LaRoche off to a slow start for the 2015 White Sox, many fans are concerned, and rightfully so. After all, his performance in the batter’s box has reminded us far too much of the last DH we signed away from the Washington Nationals: Adam Dunn. However, we must keep in […]