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[WATCH] Addison Reed Videobombs Matt Davidson

You may have heard that recent swapees Addison Reed and Matt Davidson do their offseason workouts at the same place. On Friday afternoon, Chris Rose and Kevin Millar brought Davidson aboard their MLB Network show "Intentional Talk." And I guess you could say there was some good timing one the interview got underway … or […]

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The GSB! podcasting crew will be back at ya on Friday, as we join forces with 'Barstool Sports Chicago' to provide you with all the chatter about and analysis of the White Sox' interesting offseason thus far.

Erik Johnson Dazzles, Picks up First Win

There's nothing like a win on dog day. Well a win that mattered would've been nice. Either way, here's a look into the rare victory on the south side. In his first two major league starts, Erik Johnson got no help. No, he didn't look great, but as we have said, sometimes poor play behind you can […]

Phegley Fever Cooled Quickly, But Will it Return?

Josh Phegley’s promotion to the major leagues in July was long anticipated. He had been absolutely dominating AAA competition at the, while Tyler Flowers was doing his best Joe Borchard impersonation as the starting White Sox backstop. For the first couple of weeks, it was all well and good for the 25-year-old Indiana product. He […]

Tigers, Defense Beat Johnson in Second Start

Youngster Erik Johnson made his second MLB start for the White Sox on Tuesday evening. And while he could have thrown better, facing a tough Tigers offense and not having a competent defense behind him led to Johnson's second loss in as many tries. As described beautifully on South Side Sox, Johnson threw the ball […]

Jacob Petricka Looks MLB Ready, At Least So Far

Despite the White Sox' eight-game losing streak, we're doing what we can to find positives with this ball club. One has been new reliever Jake Petricka. As we discussed in early August and here when he was called up, the 25 year-old former minor league starter has a decent shot at a set-up role with the 2014 White […]

Series Preview 46: White Sox at Orioles

The White Sox continue what has been an awful road trip with a trip to Baltimore to take on the Orioles.  The Sox have lost all six games on the trip to the Red Sox and Yankees. The Orioles are coming home after a poor road trip of their own losing six of the nine […]

Erik Johnson’s MLB Debut Could’ve Been Much Worse

Erik Johnson, the White Sox pitching prospect that currently has the most promise of anyone in the organization made his debut Wednesday evening. Although his final line (6.0 IP, 5R, 3ER) looks about as pedestrian as can be, what we did see from him should not worry anybody. Think back to July 30th when Andre […]

Tyler Flowers to Undergo Exploratory Surgery, Out 3-6 Months

It's been a tough year for White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers and with Monday's news, the worst had not even come yet. Tyler's right shoulder has been bothering him for a while, so he will undergo exploratory surgery on it this Thursday. According to the 27 year-old (as reported by Scott Merkin), the "problem was discovered" […]

Wild, Wild White Sox Swept Out of Fenway

Walks suck. Walks suck. Walks suck. The White Sox hadn't lost a series since losing three out of four to the Minnesota Twins in the August 9-11th series. At 11-4 over their last 15 games, the white hot White Sox looked poised to continue to play spoiler as they went to Boston to face the […]

Getting to Know the Future: Micah Johnson

With this "Getting to Know the Future" series, we've emphasized important, yet overlooked prospects throughout the White Sox' organization. In fact, we've even been out ahead of the curve on prospects rising through the team's ranks in some instances, as many of the guys we've written about have since been promoted. But with infielder Micah […]

Series Preview 44: White Sox at Red Sox

Your Chicago White Sox have won five straight series and are now headed to Boston, where they'll face the first-place Red Sox in historic Fenway Park. In 2010, it was Manny Ramirez a return to Fenway with the White Sox; in 2012 it was Kevin Youkilis who made a heartfelt return. But now, it's the […]

White Sox Send Six Prospects to the AFL

No, not the Arena Football League, but rather the Arizona Fall League. That's where the White Sox are sending six of their up-and-coming prospects. In the "guys we've discussed" category, it'll be IF's Micah Johnson & Marcus Semien and pitchers Charlie Leesman & Stephen McCray, and in the "soon to be discussed" category, it's pitchers […]

What’s Left in the Bullpen?

We’ve made it a point to discuss different players and aspects of this ball club’s future. Mostly, we’ve analyzed certain prospects, but we’ve also honed in on positional outlooks. But where we’ve stayed constant is with our focus on that which is often overlooked; and it’s where we’re picking up again there today. You can […]

Series Preview 43: Astros at White Sox

The White Sox continue their homestand with a three game series against the Houston Astros.  The Sox are coming off their fourth straight series win after taking the last two games against the Rangers.  The Sox are 14-6 in their last 20 games and probably playing their best baseball of the season. The Astros are […]

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