How Good Was Ozzie Guillen in his Playing Days?


The White Sox cut their spring roster down to 29 yesterday, so we’re just four cuts away from the team that will hit the field on Opening Day. It’s gotta be a scary time of year for fringe players. They […]

White Sox Make Next Round of Cuts


The White Sox made another round of cuts today, and with this round, the roster is beginning to take shape. OF Alejandro De Aza, C Tyler Flowers and RHP Gregory Infante were all optioned to AAA Charlotte. Flowers has had […]

Peavy Feeling Better, Will Still Miss Start of Season


After playing long-toss on a back field for approximately five minutes today, Jake Peavy is reporting his shoulder is feeling better. After taking anti-inflammatories the past couple days, Peavy seems cautiously optimistic. “Hopefully it was one of those blips on […]

Jake Peavy is Battling Shoulder Tendinitis

After what has seemed to be a successful road back to health and success, Starting Pitcher Jake Peavy appears to have hit a snag in his recovery. Though there’s no official diagnosis as of yet, the Sox have shut Peavy […]

Lastings Milledge Nearing Job with White Sox


When Lastings Milledge showed up to Arizona in February, he knew he had a hard fight in front of him. The White Sox only signed him to a Minor League deal this off-season, and there wasn’t much room for him […]

Did the White Sox Almost Trade Ozzie?


In a recent Q&A, White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf addressed the off-season rumors about trading Manager Ozzie Guillen to the Florida Marlins. While Reinsdorf mostly dismissed the rumors and stated he “loves Ozzie,” he did fuel the rumor slightly. “If […]

Does Mark Buehrle Have a Future with the White Sox?


Mark Buehrle recently spoke to Dan McNeil of the Chicago Tribune, telling him he’s looking to have a strong season, but might consider retiring after the year is over. As Buehrle put it “I don’t know what they have in […]

Dayan Viciedo Headed to DL


Though he was enjoying a successful spring, 22-year-old Dayan Viciedo broke his thumb after being hit by a David Bush pitch in the eighth inning of yesterday’s spring matchup against Texas. Viciedo immediately crumbled to the ground where he was […]

Boxer Ali Visits White Sox Camp


Legendary Boxer Muhammad Ali, now 71, showed up at the White Sox Spring Training facility today to promote his Athletes for Hope foundation. Ali and Ivan Blumberg– the foundation’s CEO– talked to players about the meaning of hope, and how […]

Is Ozzie’s Job Safe?


As they’ve made quite clear in their new ad campaign, the White Sox are “all in” this season. They went above an beyond their usual budget so they could sign slugger Adam Dunn and reliever Jesse Crain, as well as […]

Peavy Strong in Spring Debut

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Sox fans can breathe a tentative sigh of relief, as Jake Peavy looked solid in his first outing since 2010′s season-ending shoulder surgery. The right-hander needed just 26 pitches to complete two innings. He gave up no hits, walked one, […]

ESPN Analysts Pick White Sox to Win Central

During ESPN’s airing of the Tigers-Braves Spring Training matchup, analysts Bobby Valentine and Orel Hershiser both picked the White Sox as the favorites in the AL Central. For the Twins they pointed to the loss of bullpen depth and the […]