John Danks’ Drive to Succeed is Key to His Success in 2014
John Danks

Anyone that saw a preseason interview with Chicago White Sox starting pitcher John Danks would know that he isn’t satisfied with the season he had once he was healthy in 2013. Not that he did that poorly but he wanted […]

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CHICAGO WHITE SOX

Jared Mitchell

Rewind to the summer of 2009. The Chicago White Sox were coming off their 2008 division title and were searching to infuse young talent into their system. Veterans Paul Konerko, Jim Thome and Jermaine Dye were beginning the last stretch […]

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Nate Jones

Except for a solid showing on Opening Day, the Chicago White Sox bullpen has been one of the weakest areas of the team in these first three games. This is partially due to the poor pitching performances of Nate Jones. […]

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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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Felipe Paulino

LL Cool J famously said “don’t call it a comeback.” In the case of Felipe Paulino, that is exactly what it should be called. Paulino started for the Chicago White Sox today after missing the entire 2013 season after undergoing […]

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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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Adam Dunn Chicago White Sox

The Chicago White Sox will face the Kansas City Royals in a three-game series beginning on April 4. Chicago will face their fair share of problems this year, so there’s no need to be negative or overly critical. Today’s a day […]

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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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Hawk Harrelson

Ken Harrelson, better known as Hawk, is the biggest Chicago White Sox fan on this earth. The White Sox play-by-play announcer treats Sox players like they were his own children while he calls games. Sure he is quick to judge […]

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Adam Dunn

When it boils down to the basics, Spring Training isn’t about wins, losses or overall record. It’s about perfecting the small details, about ironing out the foundational wrinkles that can potentially hamper a team down the stretch. In their final […]

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