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In a well-played series between the Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox, Boston edged Chicago for the series win. In a battle of left-handed aces, Jon Lester edged Chris Sale to claim the series finale. For Boston, it was […]

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White Sox Paul Konerko

Since the days of Frank Thomas, the face of the Chicago White Sox franchise has been without question, Paul Konerko. In 15 seasons wearing a White Sox uniform, Kornerko has earned a .277 batting average and has hit 427 home […]

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Nate Jones

I wrote earlier that the Chicago White Sox shouldn’t worry about reliever Nate Jones’ slow start to the 2014 season. But shortly after the White Sox lost to the Minnesota Twins, reports surfaced that the gluteal strain that dragged Jones […]

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Jose Quintana

The New York Yankees do not make mistakes — or at least that is what they tell themselves. Once upon a time they were considered not just the best team that money could buy, but the best farm system anyone […]

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MLB Instant Replay

The Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox each got their first taste of the MLB’s expanded replay system Wednesday, when a questionable ruling was challenged by Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, and eventually overturned. While the ruling itself didn’t directly affect […]

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Matt Lindstrom

The Chicago White Sox waited until the last possible moment to reveal who will be their closer to begin the 2014 season. With a two-run lead still intact, Robin Ventura called upon Matt Lindstrom to close the door. In came the veteran […]

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Paul Konerko

If you took a poll of Chicago White Sox Nation last Sunday, the day before Opening Day, and asked whether or not Paul Konerko should start the first game of the 2014 season, most (if not all) fans would have […]

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Tyler Flowers

As the Opening Day lineups are announced throughout ballparks all across America on Monday, cheers will follow after every player’s name is heard over the loudspeakers. This usually occurs because of the fans’ sincere optimism that every player on their […]

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Jose Abreu

The Chicago White Sox couldn’t escape spring without picking up a few more than the usual bumps and bruises along the way. As spring turns into season, there are several prominent aches currently plaguing the South Siders, and depending on […]

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Chris Sale

On Monday, all will seem right with the world. Across the country, teams will embark on what they hope will be a seven month journey to a championship. Stands will be filled. Kids will miss class to be with their […]

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