A tight race for the bottom in Chicago
Lower standards are a key to enjoying perfection
It should be easy getting good Sox seats this year, even in the dugout
Irrepressible @All-InSoxFan tweeted updates during the White Sox-Tigers game Sunday, which he says was much closer than the 18-2 score suggests.
Ozzie was thinking again yesterday. Guess how that came out?
The Adam Dunn K Watch hits the road, and the Big Breeze doesn’t disappoint in Minnesota.
The Cubs and Sox both fizzled this year; sometimes in baseball it just doesn’t happen.
The difference between a Mark Buehrle and a Billy Pierce? One out.
Here in Chicago, we like to view ourselves as the kings and queens of political corruption, like we invented the beast. But even a hometown booster like myself has to give props to the folks in New Jersey and New York. I mean nothing, absolutely nothing, conceived in Chicago—not Hired Truck, Tomczak [PDF], the Duffs, […]
One of the fastest-working starters in the majors; cut twice from high school team; proposed to wife in a deer stand; Cardinals fan.
What’s not to love about this season’s White Sox?
Is this the year for both our baseball teams?
Paul Konerko and Jermaine Dye’s back-to-back homers–each their 300th–isn’t the only thing that augurs well for the Sox a week into the season.
Carlos Zambrano is honored by the Cook County Board.
While eyes were on the Bulls Wednesday night, White Sox starter Mark Buehrle did something magical.