White Sox Possibly Going to Six-Man Rotation

With the White Sox playing some better ball over the weekend, the team received the good news of Jake Peavy’s latest rehab start. Going into the start, he was allowed 100 pitches or seven innings of work, whichever came first. […]

White Sox Searching for Road Mojo

Despite taking the first game of a four game series in the Bronx, the White Sox must be better road team moving forward. After opening the season with back to back wins in Cleveland, the Sox have gone a miserable […]

White Sox Offense Stuck in Neutral

After the getting off to a scorching start, it appears the White Sox offense has come to screeching stop.  Through their first nine games the Sox were averaging nearly seven runs per contest. Obviously, that is not a realistic pace […]

White Sox Closer Situation

Matt Thornton’s next save with be his first. Not the way I wanted to start a post a week and a half into the 2011 season. Three times Ozzie has called on Thornton to close out a tight ballgame and […]

Beckham Continues Growth with White Sox

Gordon Beckham

While surveying the White Sox offense, I have been trying to determine the one individual who intrigues me the most. The cliché pick would be Adam Dunn because he is new to the team and he brings a tremendous amount […]

White Sox Rotation Talented, Needs Consistency

After discussing the flexibility and depth of the bullpen in last week’s post, I will shift my focus and take a look at the White Sox starting rotation. Just as last year, the White Sox rotation will go a long […]

White Sox Name Closer, Bullpen Pieces Falling into Place

When it was made clear that Bobby Jenks would not be a member of the Chicago White Sox in 2011 fans wondered if Matt Thornton would be the pitcher to take over the ninth inning duties. We found out this […]