Important July Against Division Crucial For White Sox

If the White Sox are going to be a contender in the American League central, then the next 19 games are going to be crucial. All of those games are against divisional opponents, and the Sox have not fared well […]

Paul Konerko’s Personality May Have Cost Him An All-Star Appearance

All-Star selections came out today and to many people’s surprise, Paul Konerko was not on the list of American League players. In my opinion, this is the biggest snub this year as far as All-Star players go. A player that […]

Everybody Loves Juan…For Now

So for the past week or so, Juan Pierre has gone from the player that everyone hates, to the player that everyone…doesn’t hate so much. The past two games that the White Sox have won have come off the game […]

Mark Buehrle Continues His Dominance Against NL Teams

If Mark Buehrle ever got to pitch for a National League team I think he would win the NL Cy Young award. Okay, maybe I won’t go that far, but Buehrle is one of the all time best pitchers in […]

Sox Reach Agreement With Keenyn Walker

It appears that the White Sox have reached an agreement with their first round pick Keenyn Walker. According to Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune, the signing will become official by next Tuesday after Walker passes a physical.

Brent Morel: Just Another White Sox Player Not Performing

With the month of June wrapping up, I still don’t know how I feel about the White Sox third base situation. Brent Morel is hitting .253 with just 1 HR and 15 RBI. Not to mention his OBP is a […]

The Time For Dayan Viciedo Is Now

The thing that I keep hearing on Chicago sports radio as well as all of the sport’s television shows is that White Sox fans want Dayan Viciedo up on the big league club. The 22 year old power hitter has […]

Tale of Two Hitters: Alex Rios and Adam Dunn

For the past few months everyone has been saying that when Alex Rios and Adam Dunn get out of their slump the White Sox will start to win games. One of those players got the message, the other has yet […]

My Problem With the Cross-Town Rivalry

Out of the 3-game series of the White Sox vs. the Cubs I was personally at 2 of them. I went to game 1 and then the series finale. You get a totally different feel for the series when you […]

White Sox vs. Cubs: Round 1

White Sox vs. Cubs. It is something that fans look forward to every year. In the 2011 season both teams come into the series under .500 with the Sox looking to gain some ground in the AL central while the […]

Peavy Possible Against Cubs

Jake Peavy is on line to make his return to the White Sox rotation as early as Wednesday against the Cubs. His one rehab start down in Charlotte went well as Peavy threw 6 scoreless innings striking out 9 and […]

Not the Same Old Juan

Chicago White Sox’s Juan Pierre reacts to a called strike from Tampa Bay Rays starter James Shields during the ninth inning of their American League MLB baseball game in St. Petersburg, Florida, April 19, 2011. The Rays beat the White […]