But mostly about the White Sox and Cubs.
The all-or-nothing White Sox have it all—eventually—in the opener of their four-game series with the Detroit Tigers
Kevin Youkilis makes a big difference for the Chicago White Sox
The White Sox stink it up against the Cubs in a “city serious” opener Monday
The Cubs and White Sox help each other out, whether they want to or not, in interleague play
The White Sox’ Paul Konerko—and A.J. Pierzynski—don’t get the support they deserve in fan balloting for the All-Star Game
In a rare exhibition night game telecast, A.J. Pierzynski elates barroom viewers with an inside-the-park home run.
The White Sox are struggling in spring training, but Kenny Williams sees only sunshine.
The White Sox express cautious optimism at SoxFest
Since misery needs company, the White Sox should acquire another whiffer to take the pressure off Adam Dunn next year.
Adam Dunn always strikes out; A.J. Pierzynski never does. This suggests a solution to the Big Breeze problem.
Former governor Rod Blagojevich’s defense team is poised to call Mayor Emanuel and U.S. rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. to the stand as early as today. (Sun-Times) Roscoe Village’s Bleeding Heart Bakery is collecting donations for victims of this weekend’s storms in the midwest. (RoscoeView Journal) The Chicago Code may have had its swan song, but […]
What’s not to love about this season’s White Sox?
Joe Crede’s game-winning grand slam in yesterday’s home opener isn’t the reason for Sox fans to feel hopeful after last year’s nightmare season.