Category: White Sox

Roaring out of the Gate

Roaring out of the Gate

Chicago’s baseball clubs doubled up on opening day as the White Sox bullpen looked phenomenal and the Cubs just in general look like a team that’s gonna perhaps run away with their division. The Cubs got what they’ve come to expect from Jake Arrieta on opening night in Anaheim. Arrieta opened his season with a seven inning shutout against a […]

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Family First

Family First

In a shocking surprise to many around baseball, 13-year veteran Adam LaRoche has decided to retire from the game citing personal reasons. LaRoche will be walking away from $13 Million in the final year of his two-year deal from the White Sox. While LaRoche had an extremely sub-par year by his standards last season (.207, 12, 44), the reason he […]

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White Sox Entering Critical Season

White Sox Entering Critical Season

Most of the attention this year is on the Northside, but the Southsiders have a potentially big building year if they can make the right decision when it comes to draft picks and spending wisely. Carson Fullmer and Carlos Rodon look like very good arms that can anchor a staff. The White Sox have SS Tim Anderson who enters spring […]

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White Sox Wish List!

White Sox Wish List!

If I’m Rick Hahn and the Chicago White Sox and I’m jotting down a last minute wish list to Ol’ Saint Nick before Christmas the thoughts of Yoenis Cespedes have to be the first bit of ink hitting the paper. Cespedes and his recent success in October has to be hot the item on nearly every AL teams list with […]

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Jul 13, 2015; Cincinnati, OH, USA; National League third baseman Todd Frazier (21) of the Cincinnati Reds watches his winning home run during the 2015 Home Run Derby the day before the MLB All Star Game at Great American Ballpark. Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

Sox Swing Away

The White Sox made a big splash today trading for three time All-Star 3B Todd Frazier from the Cincinnati Reds in a three team deal that involved the Los Angeles Dodgers as well. The White Sox parted ways with three players including Trayce Thompson who was one of the best prospects in the organization. Thompson really turned heads with his […]

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Chicago White Sox's  Adam LaRoche (25) watches his home run against the Minnesota Twins during the second inning of a baseball game, Saturday, April 11, 2015 in Chicago.  (AP Photo/David Banks)

White Sox Offseason

The White Sox didn’t nearly have the success their counterparts to the north enjoyed, but they did improve on a porous campaign the season prior with better pitching and a more consistent bullpen. The Sox improved their win total from 2014 to 2015 by three games which isn’t a lot by the eye test, but if you look more closely […]

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Crosstown Conclusion

Crosstown Conclusion

The Cubs and White Sox wrapped up their rivalry on Sunday in the closing game of a three game set down at Sox Park on a hot and humid afternoon. Chris Sale was opposing Dan Haren and while the Cubs came in winners of nine in a row for the first time since they last qualified for the postseason, most […]

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Surging Sox!

Surging Sox!

The White Sox will continue their four game set against the last place Boston Red Sox tonight at Fenway Park when Jose Quintana opposes Rick Porcello at 6:10 local time. The White Sox have won six in a row and are one win away from getting Chris Sale on the mound with a chance to sweep Boston. Tonight’s game has […]

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Red Line Rivalry

Red Line Rivalry

Don’t look now but the Northsiders aren’t the only team in Chicago that’s starting to make this baseball season interesting. After having a successful double-header against the Cardinals on Tuesday, the Cubs went on to lose a heartbreaker on Wednesday night and then had a day off. The Chicago White Sox meanwhile entered the game as winners of seven of […]

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CHICAGO, IL - MAY 18: Chris Sale #49 of the Chicago White Sox pitches against the Cleveland Indians during the first inning on May 18, 2015 at U. S. Cellular Field in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)

Batting Around

Chicago Baseball made some big splashes last winter and now it appears as though both teams are starting to show some real promise as Memorial Day Weekend approaches. Currently the Cubs are in San Diego preparing to take on the Padres in an important NL Wild Card tilt. The White Sox just got back from being in Oakland where they […]

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