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 […]

Series Preview: Sox in Baltimore to take on the O’s

The White Sox hit the road after a fairly successful homestand which saw them win four out of six and take series against the Indians and the Royals. The big blemish on the homestand came in the first game against Kansas City, which saw a bench clearing brawl thanks to renowned jerk Yordano Ventura’s antics. […]

Series Preview: Sox Host Irritable Royals This Weekend

The White Sox continue their homestand and their stretch against the AL Central with a four game series against the Royals. The Sox are coming off a good series win against the Indians after taking the rubber match on Wednesday. The Royals got off to a hot start against the Sox and have continued that […]

Series Preview: Sox Return Home to Take on Tribe

The White Sox return home for the second homestand this year after a 2-3 road trip to Cleveland and Detroit. The Sox will continue their stretch against the AL Central to begin the season with a three game set with the Indians starting Monday. The Sox and Tribe split a two game series last week […]

Ventura’s No-Challenge Is Inexcusable

Robin Ventura was one of my favorite White Sox players growing up. When the Sox tagged him to become the manager I was both surprised but intrigued by the possibility. As such, I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt at first. I was even willing to give him a pass for […]

Series Preview: White Sox head to Motown

The White Sox road trip continues with a three game weekend series in Detroit against the red hot Tigers. Detroit comes in with the best record in baseball at 8-1 through their first nine games. They won their first six games of the year and are a perfect 3-0 at home so far. Meanwhile the […]

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 […]

Series Preview: White Sox head to Cleveland for Two

The White Sox hit the road for a five game trip that starts on Tuesday with a brief two-game series against the Tribe. The Indians also come in at 2-4 on the young season after being swept at home by the apparently unbeatable Tigers. Meanwhile, the Sox finally got into the win column by taking […]

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 […]

Spring Training Position Battle Updates

The White Sox are about two weeks into Spring Training games and while they still have another two-plus weeks of games left before heading north, this seems like a good time to check in with the position battles. While I don’t put a ton of stock into spring numbers, for players competing for specific spots […]

Optimism helping spur ticket prices for White Sox home opener

While the Chicago White Sox finished an unpleasant 73-89 a season ago and stretched their playoff drought to six years, there was definitely some significant progress made, following up a much more disastrous year in 2013 when the club was 63-99 and in last place of their division. Improving ten games is definitely noteworthy, but […]

Around The Diamond: Catching Conundrum

Our positional previews continue with a look behind the dish. While there is a heck of a lot to be excited about when it comes to the 2015 Chicago White Sox, the catcher position leaves much to be desired. In most people’s minds, there are four, maybe five names to watch for when it comes […]

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