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White Sox Sign Zach Duke

The White Sox made their first major move of the off-season on Tuesday when they signed free agent left-handed relief pitcher Zach Duke. The team announced that the deal was for three years and $15 million dollars. Duke will make $4.5 million the first year, $5 million in the second, and $5.5 million in the […]

Jose Abreu: Rookie of the Year

What was assumed to be a mere formality was made official on Monday night as Jose Abreu was named the 2014 American League Rookie of the Year. Abreu was the unanimous choice, receiving all 30 first place votes. Matt Shoemaker of the Angels finished a distant second. Abreu becomes the sixth White Sox player to […]

Minnie Minoso: Hall of Fame Worthy

The Baseball Hall of Fame Golden Era committee has released its ballot of ten names to be considered for this year’s vote, which will occur in early November. Among the names being considered is former White Sox great Minnie Minoso. It is the second appearance for Minoso on the Golden Era ballot. He received nine […]

White Sox Offseason Needs: Position Players

The 2014 version of the White Sox was certainly an improvement over the 2013 team. In record alone the team improved 10 games from last season. And while a 73 win season is certainly nothing to write home about, there was plenty to be excited about. However, if the Sox want to compete next year, […]

Thanks Paulie

It’s odd to think that an 18 year career can be summed up in a single moment, but sometimes that’s just what happens. Those of us that were there to see it will never forget the sound of 40,000 people simultaneously cheering and rising to their feet the moment the ball left the bat. On […]

2014 White Sox: What We Learned

Everyone knew that this would be a transition year for the White Sox. No one expected them to compete for the division but what was expected, was that we would learn a little more about the players on the Sox roster, and whether or not they would be a part of the team moving forward. […]

Should Sox Bring Back Matt Lindstrom?

As Dan Hayes (@CSNHayes) reported earlier this week, White Sox reliever and free-agent to be Matt Lindstrom has said that he would like to re-sign with the White Sox this off-season. Lindstrom is in the final year of a two-year deal with the White Sox and is making $4 million this year. Lindstrom had a […]

Sox Head to Bronx to Take on Yankees

The White Sox hit the road for a brief three game road trip to the Bronx to take on the Yankees. This will be the Sox third straight series against the AL East. The Sox took two of three from the Blue Jays before being swept by the first place Orioles. After this series in […]

O’s Fly Into Town for Three Game Set

The White Sox brief homestand continues this week with a three game set against the first place Orioles. The Sox took two of three from the Blue Jays over the weekend after winning the rubber match on Sunday afternoon. The Sox are now 59-65 on the season and 31-29 at home. By comparison, last year […]

White Sox, Buehrle return to the Cell This Weekend

The White Sox return home this weekend to start a six game homestand, starting with a three game set against the Toronto Blue Jays. The Sox went 2-4 on their west coast road trip and are now 57-64 on the year. The Sox are still above .500 (barely) at home at 29-28 but are just […]

White Sox Look To End Slump In San Francisco

The White Sox will conclude their trip out west with a brief two-game interleague series against the Giants in San Francisco. The Sox dropped three of four in Seattle and have lost seven of their last 10 games to fall seven games below the .500 mark. The Sox are now 27-35 on the road for […]

White Sox Head to Seattle to Kick Off West Coat Trip

The White Sox hit the road for a six game west coast trip after a very disappointing 2-4 homestand. The trip starts with a four game series in Seattle against the Mariners.  The Sox are now back to five games below .500 at 55-60, in fourth place in the AL Central.  They are 26-32 on […]

Adam Eaton: Grinding it Out

While Jose Abreu was taking most of the publicity for his hitting streak, Adam Eaton was on a nice little streak of his own.  Before going 0-for on Tuesday night Eaton had a hit in 11 straight games and had reached base in 21 straight.  That is exactly what you want your lead-off man to […]

After Ugly Weekend Series, White Sox Set To Host Baseball’s Worst

The White Sox conclude their short homestand with a three game series against the Texas Rangers.  The Sox dropped two of three to the Twins in the first series thanks to some truly blowful pitching by their bullpen.  The Sox are now 54-58 on the season and 28-26 at home and despite the bad series […]

Sox Return Home to Take on Struggling Twins

The White Sox return home after a very successful 5-2 road trip which saw them win back to back series for the first time all season.  The Sox are now 53-56 on the year and sit in fourth place in the AL Central.  They are 8-5 post All Star break and have won three of […]

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