Royals 10, White Sox 3: Man, this team has a lot of problems and all of them were really, really obvious today

For fans of teams out of contention late in the year, a lot of September baseball watching is about finding silver linings: young players developing, personal achievements, and really any sign of hope for the coming year. For the White Sox, this month has provided a few such opportunities: Tim Anderson has continued to develop […]

MLB: All Star Game

White Sox 8, Indians 1: Imagine If This Were a Playoff Race

For the second consecutive game, the White Sox blew out the first place Cleveland Indians to start a series that months ago seemed likely to be important. Instead, it just lessens Cleveland’s chances of securing home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, and helps keep the hopes of the Sox dramatically finishing the season at .500 alive. […]

MLB: Seattle Mariners at Chicago White Sox

White Sox 4, Mariners 1: Rodon’s hot stretch continues

The White Sox continued their onslaught against the Mariners Sunday, winning 4-1 to bring the season series to 5-3. With the Mariners on the periphery of Wild Card contention along with surging teams such as Detroit, Houston and Kansas City, the White Sox fought hard to ensure that the only AL team with a longer […]


White Sox Baseball: Staying The (Dismal) Course

On the scale of the multi-season baseball winning curve, a single weekend is nearly meaningless, often providing more noise than meaningful information about the league as a whole whole and the teams within.  But as the White Sox approached yesterday’s trade deadline at an organizational crossroads, this past weekend certainly felt meaningful.  Already described as “mired in mediocrity” […]

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Chicago White Sox

White Sox 5, Blue Jays 2: Chris Sale Day ends in series win

When he made his 16th start of the 2015 season, Chris Sale was coming off an eighth consecutive 10-strikeout game, tying an MLB record set by Pedro Martinez 1999. While he didn’t continue his streak, he did twirl a brilliant complete game in a 4-2 victory against the Blue Jays, allowing just two solo home runs while […]


White Sox take Zack Burdi, Alec Hansen with No. 26 and No. 49 picks

After taking University of Miami catcher Zack Collins with their first pick Thursday night, the White Sox doubled up on a pair of college right-handers, taking Zack Burdi and Alec Hansen with the No. 26 and No. 49 picks, respectively. Burdi, a relief pitcher from the University of Louisville and the brother of Twins 2014 […]


Tigers 7, White Sox 4: They lost a Sale-Pelfrey matchup

As the White Sox front office moved to bolster their playoff chances by acquiring James Shields from the Padres, their on field staff slightly hurt those chances by falling to the Tigers 7-4 Saturday. Despite what seemed like an obvious mismatch on paper, Mike Pelfrey stymied the White Sox bats and Chris Sale was slightly off […]