Brick by Brick: White Sox Rebuild For Dummies

I know I only check in sparingly on here these days, so for any fan out there that’s taking the time to read my thoughts on our Sox, I really do appreciate it. But enough with the sappy shit. Let’s talk shop. Things are changing on the South Side. A new face of the team […]

The Todd Father Proving to be a Perfect Fit

After a flashy offseason back in the winter of 2014, the Chicago White Sox looked poised to burst out of their 1.5-year ‘rebuild’ in exciting  fashion. But we all know how that went. The Sox from a year ago had far too many flaws. They didn’t defend well enough, needed help ‘bridging the gap’ in the […]

Assessing the Lawrie Factor

Fist pumps are a great way into fans’ hearts. New White Sox second baseman Brett Lawrie is quite obviously a fan favorite. Why? Dude is always pumped up. As a fan, when your team is winning, you also get pumped up. And while there’s nothing wrong with a calmer, more laid back player – as many are […]

Adam LaRoche Brings the Bullshit to Good Morning America

If the White Sox’ ugly three-game losing streak wasn’t enough to piss you off, our fave Adam LaRoche is back at it stirring up some more bullshit on a national stage. The dope who walked away from the $13 Million he could’ve earned for giving the organization six more months of work appeared on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ on […]

Help the Studs Help Each Other: Who Should Hit Second?

The White Sox’ annual struggle with the second spot in the batting order is no secret. Ever since the Tadahito Iguchi days, the two-hole has been a weak spot on the south side. So yet again, Robin Ventura & co. are tasked with figuring out who leadoff hitter Adam Eaton and slugger Jose Abreu will sandwich in […]

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 […]

New-Look Bullpen Starting To Make A Statement

While Jeff Samardzija and Chris Sale’s efforts were the headliners as the White Sox picked up their first two wins of the 2015 season over the weekend, they were not able to get it done alone. Given their first two chances to win games since Spring Training, the bullpen came on and slammed the door shut […]

Shark and Sale Right The Ship, Get The Good Guys on The Board

The first four games of this season sucked. Luckily, the White Sox are going to be a tough team to keep on a lengthy losing streak at any point, thanks to their strong top-end of the rotation. The series to kick off the season in Kansas City was brutal. That was the Royals’ series, and […]

Frustrating? Sure … But Season Opening Sweep No Reason For Panic

The White Sox enter 2015 with high expectations, and with good reason. With a core that consists of young, affordable talent like Chris Sale, Jose Abreu, and Adam Eaton, as well as veteran acquisitions in Melky Cabrera, David Robertson, Jeff Samardzija, and Adam LaRoche, the Southsiders appear to have a nice blend. It’s why multiple […]

Around The Diamond: 2015 Second Base Race

We have already previewed what to expect with regards to the hot corner, and next will cover who will be starting at second base in the 2015, after the late August departure of Gordon Beckham to the LA Angels. As excited as some Sox fans were to see Gordo go, the eigth overall pick in the […]