Post Tagged with: "Chicago White Sox"

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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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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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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Chicago Baseball Is Back

Chicago Baseball Is Back

The two newest acquisitions for Chicago’s baseball teams took the mound Sunday and Monday and neither of their debuts resulted in a win for the home nine. Jon Lester pitched well in his highly anticipated debut, but the Cubs couldn’t get to Adam Wainwright in a rematch of Game 1 of the 2013 World Series. The Cubs would lose 3-0 […]

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Crosstown Rivalry Underway

Crosstown Rivalry Underway

We Chicagoans are into the four-game two-stadium crosstown rivalry series that’ll last until Thursday for the White Sox and Cubs. Monday night’s result a was a 3-1 extra inning victory for the southsiders wherein Marcus Semien came up with a clutch hit followed by a bases-loaded walk to give the White Sox the result. Last night was a 5-1 repeat win. The […]

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White Sox Preview 2014

White Sox Preview 2014

The 2013 White Sox had a lot of issues.  They were the worst offensive team in the league, scoring under 600 runs. Their pitching staff, which has plenty of potential, vastly underachieved. Consider the case of Chris Sale who is one of the best pitchers in the game and who, at  almost 25 years of age, has the trajectory and stuff to […]

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Chicago vying for Tanaka

Chicago vying for Tanaka

If you love baseball then of course you’ve seen the Major League movies probably more than once in your life. In the second installment of the series there was a LF in the movie named Isuro Tanaka who was playing the position like a Kamikaze pilot.  It’s been twenty years since that movie was released and lo and behold the real life Tanaka […]

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José Abreu Pulls Up His Sox

José Abreu Pulls Up His Sox

Just when you thought Theo Epstein and the Cubs were the only team in the Windy City gobbling up international prospects, the Southsiders go and nab themselves the biggest fish in the Caribbean Sea by signing Cuban 1B José Abreu to a 6 year $68 Million deal. That easily surpasses the previous largest contract for a Cuban player, which was Yasiel Puig’s 6/$42 Million, […]

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MLB Trade Deadline Hyper Active in Chicago – Cleanse By Fire

MLB Trade Deadline Hyper Active in Chicago – Cleanse By Fire

Chicago’s baseball landscape has taken many turns over the last four months of regular season action. On the Southside, the White Sox are on pace to realize one of the worst seasons in 40 years. Their starting pitching has never really gelled, and the offense hasn’t lived up to expectations formed by last year’s performance. At this time last year, […]

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Dominating Senior Circuit Offensively

Chicago Baseball: First 48

The Chicago baseball landscape appears dark and stormy for the next five months. The White Sox open a three game series in Arlington that’a going to be an extremely tough stretch of games. The Sox are currently 4 games under the .500% mark through 24 games, which puts them 4 games out of first place in the AL Central. The surprising KC […]

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