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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 […]

Gordon Beckham Traded to Angels

Ladies and gentlemen, the Gordon Beckham era is over on the south side of Chicago. Late Thursday afternoon, Rick Hahn made an August trade for a second consecutive season, dealing the long-time White Sox second baseman to the Los Angeles Angels for a player to be named later and/or cash. There have been reports saying […]

Hamstring Injury Ends Micah Johnson’s Season

The White Sox have dealt with terrible luck on the injury front all season. While you could certainly make the argument of “Hey, it’s a retooling year, so better now than later”, injuries still suck, plain and simple. Especially when they delay a youngster’s maturation process. On Wednesday afternoon we learned that potential second baseman […]

Gillaspie in Two-Hole Makes Too Much Sense

It’s been since the 2005-2006 seasons when the White Sox have had the same player bat second in the order over 100 times in consecutive seasons, when Tadahito Iguchi accomplished that. Before Iguchi, a Sox player hadn’t done that since Luis Aparicio in 1969-1970 (although Joey Cora was on his way to accomplishing such if […]

With Playoff Hopes Slim To None, Avi’s Return Brightens Season

Not that most White Sox fans expected much out of the 2014 season to begin with, but with the team hovering around five or six games below .500 for the last two months, it’s a safe bet that this year won’t bring the south side a playoff berth. Often times, this scenario brings lifeless, empty […]

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 […]

Top Prospect Rodon Impressing Early On

UPDATE: Rodon has been promoted to Triple-A Charlotte. A September 1 call-up now looks as likely as ever. — Back in June, the White Sox drafted highly-touted college arm Carlos Rodon. After signing in July, the N.C. State product got on a throwing program with the team and has since made the first six appearances […]

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 Offense Lacks a Spark in Seattle After Eaton Goes Down

After an unsuccessful home stand in which the White Sox dropped 2 of 3 to both the Twins and Rangers, the club continued their struggles in part one of their 6-game road trip to the West Coast. The Mariners, who have found themselves fighting with the red hot Kansas City Royals and the Toronto Blue […]

Putnam Back from DL, Rienzo Down

A bit of news on Friday morning that should help out the White Sox’ bullpen, which has not been able to get anybody out of late; Zach Putnam (shoulder inflammation) has been activated from the 15-day disabled list and added to the active roster. To make room, the club has sent Andre Rienzo back to […]

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 […]

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