Category: White Sox

Cabrera won all three categories outright

Baseball’s Rare Triple Crown Won By Cabrera After 45-year Drought

There are 2 types of Triple Crown in sports and superlatives properly attach to both. Horse racing’s Triple Crown hasn’t been achieved since Affirmed did it in 1978.  Baseball’s Triple Crown is even more rare, and hasn’t been done since 1967.  That is, until last night when Detroit Tigers’ 3B Miguel Cabrera finished the season atop all 3 major categories in offensive production for a hitter. Cabrera finished […]

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Triple Crown Contender (Hasn't been done since 1967)

Sox Lose Divisional Lead But All Not Lost

The South Siders now trail Detroit by a game in the AL Central. With a week left in regular season, time is of the essence if this overachieving team hopes to land a spot in the playoffs. The team has a very good top-to-bottom lineup and a solid pitching staff. The way Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko have been playing […]

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Sox in Hunt For October

The Chicago White Sox know what is at stake over the next couple of games, and they’re playing like it.

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Fans 13 in a 7 2/3 inning outing against the top offensive team in baseball

Sox Sweep Yanks, Few Witnesses Step Forward

The White Sox are 13 games over .500 but attendance figures suggest that the fans aren’t convinced. The New York Yankees left town after being swept by our Sox, which gave us our 2-game lead in the division.  There’s a sense of confidence in the clubhouse that the Sox  can compete with any team in baseball with the kind of overpowering pitching and offense that punished the Yanks.  The […]

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Future Perennial All-Stars

Baseball Mid-Season

The second half of the MLB season starts today with several divisional series that will start to separate the contenders from the also-rans. The league added a second wild-card team to the picture creating an opportunity for teams who wouldn’t normally be competing in the second half a chance to get into the playoffs with around 85-90 wins. The two wild-card teams in each league […]

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Peavy will get start against old rival Matt Cain

All-Star Nod To Peavy of White Sox

Jake Peavy will join three of his White Sox teammates at the All-Star Game on Tuesday Night in Kansas City. Peavy will get the start for the American League replacing Angles injured C.J. Wilson who is struggling with a blister on his pitching hand. Jake Peavy – who enters Tuesday 7-5/2.85 ERA/108K – will oppose former N.L. West counterpart Matt Cain […]

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Youkilis Trades Sox Colors

Youkilis Trades Sox Colors

Kevin Youkilis was once made famous by his “Moneyball” reputation as the “Greek God of Walks”. The king of OBP was traded by one Sox organization to another on Sunday. Kevin Youkilis had fallen out of favor with management with an up and comer in the talent pool on his way to stardom at his position for the Red Sox. […]

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MLB Entry Draft

MLB Entry Draft

The First Year player draft will be aired tonight on the MLB Network at 6pm CDT.  Top prospects include Byron Buxton HS OF (GA), Mark Appel SP (Stanford) and  Mike Zunino C (Florida).  An interesting story this year is the changes in the signing process of draftees. With a hard cap slotted for teams to pay players, the draft is […]

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The White Hot Sox

The White Hot Sox

The Chicago White Sox are the hottest team in baseball, currently sporting an eight game winning streak. In doing so they have gotten contributions from the offense and their starting rotation. They leave Tampa sweeping one of the best teams in baseball highlighted by Adam Dunn’s 11 home-runs in the month of May and Paul Konerko batting .381. Dayan Viciedo […]

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White Sox Adam Dunn Down and Out

White Sox Adam Dunn Down and Out

Chicago- White Sox slugger Adam Dunn will be down and out of the game for a short time, after having an emergency appendectomy, the Tribune reported on Wednesday. After The White Sox lost to the Royals in Kansas City 7-6, 31-year-old Dunn was rushed to the hospital late Tuesday. He will be out for at least five days, according to […]

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