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Danks Showing Positive Signs Amidst Inconsistent Season

Tuesday night, John Danks tossed his best ball game in quite some time, leading the White Sox to their tenth win in their past 15 contests. He threw strikes and really hit his spots in doing so, dominating the pesky Royals over eight shutout innings. Danks tossed eight innings of seven-hit, one-walk baseball while fanning […]

Jake Petricka Promoted to Replace Ramon Troncoso

Former second round draft pick by your White Sox and Indiana State product Jake Petricka has been called up to replace Ramon Troncoso, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list. As we wrote about recently, Petricka has been one of if not the main name to know regarding the inevitable bullpen openings in the team's near […]

A Logical Lineup Suggestion for Manager Robin Ventura

Whether it’s deserved or not, Manager Robin Ventura has been a lightning rod for criticism for White Sox fans this season. One of the things called into questions frequently in terms of Robin’s decision making has been the batting order. Whether it be Jeff Keppinger seemingly never hitting below seventh, Gordon Beckham batting eighth for […]

A Logical Lineup Suggestion for Manager Robin Ventura

Whether it’s deserved or not, Manager Robin Ventura has been a lightning rod for criticism for White Sox fans this season. One of the things called into questions frequently in terms of Robin’s decision making has been the batting order. Whether it be Jeff Keppinger seemingly never hitting below seventh, Gordon Beckham batting eighth for […]

One Fan’s Take on MLB’s New Extended Instant Replay

MLB took a major step towards expanding the use of instant replay during baseball games on Thursday when a new replay plan was announced at the owner’s quarterly meetings. The plan was announced by Commissioner Bud Selig and was put together by a committee that included former managers Joe Torre and Tony LaRussa and Braves […]

Getting to Know the Future: Leury Garcia

Continuing our 'Getting to Know the Future' series with another infielder, we're ready keep the discussion going with another infielder. This time, it's new acquisition, Leury Garcia. Garcia, 22, was recently sent over from the Texas Rangers in the Alex Rios trade. So let's take a closer look at Rick Hahn's newest toy … Leury […]

Series Preview 39: Tigers at White Sox

The White Sox wrap up their ten game homestand with a three game set with division leader Detroit, who is wrapping up a ten game road trip.  The Sox are 4-3 on the homestand after dropping 3 of 4 to the Twins over the weekend. The Tigers saw their long winning streak come to an […]

Having Plateaued, Gillaspie’s Future is Up in the Air

Day-by-day, the games of the 2013 regular season keep passing. Sure, we all want the White Sox to win on any given night, but besides youngsters' individual performances, there isn't a-whole-lot to get all too invested in at this point in time. Luckily, the analyzation process of those youngsters is always ongoing and extremely exciting. […]

Getting to Know the Future: Marcus Semien

We’ve heard a lot of late about the upside that recent acquisitions Brandon Jacobs and Avisail Garcia – and deservingly so. They both have bright futures as Rick Hahn’s first youngster acquisitions as White Sox general manager. But we can’t forget to keep focusing on those under-the-radar guys throughout the organization, and one name to […]

White Sox Swept at Home by Royals

The Kansas City Royals came into 2013 with a lot of expectations. More people than not expected them to break through and be a factor in the playoff standings after what looked like another solid offseason by general Manager Dayton Moore. But they went into the All-Star break as nothing more than a very mediocre […]

Rios Daydreams of Dandelions Instead of Tying the Game

Boy, Chris Sale is good. It's just too bad that American League's fifth best ERA and strikeouts, third best WHIP, and second best WAR isn't good enough for our oh-so beloved 2013 White Sox and, tonight, Alex Rios. We know I'm usually one of the last optimists standing, but after this loss, the White Sox' […]

Quintana Continues to Roll, But Without Support

We're not going to spend time discussing the White Sox' lack of offense on Friday night against one of the American League's best pitchers, James Shields. We'll have plenty of time to talk about Josh Phegley's pitch selection in the near future, so let's delve into the positive from the loss: Jose Quintana. Although he […]

With Konerko Returning from DL, Morel Gets Optioned

Returning from his rehab stint at AA Birmingham, Paul Konerko is ready for what could be his last stretch of baseball in a White Sox uniform. To make room for him, the team has optioned third baseman Brent Morel to AAA Charlotte. Brent Morel didn't look like the defensive stud we know him to be, […]

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