Oh Good, The Royals Again – Game Preview & Lineups 5/26

The White Sox are officially floundering, right? Does their positioning at the top of the American League Central disqualify them from official floundering status? They haven’t won a series in weeks, and are coming off a pair of losses in which they burned their top two, and arguably, only reliable starting pitchers. You could waste […]


You Just Keep Being You, Chris Sale – Game Preview & Lineups 5/19

A much needed Chris Sale Day. When the rotation starts shaping up to Sale, Quintana, then I don’t wanna, you have to ask yourself how this team is still in first place. The White Sox haven’t won since the last time Chris Sale pitched, and other than Quintana’s start they’ve allowed more than five runs […]


Rodon is struggling but the Astros are bad – Game Preview & Lineups 5/17

The White Sox have been good. Over the last decade, qualifiers like actually being in first place haven’t been necessary for the fan base to start drawing comparisons to the 2005 team. But since they are, the references have been plentiful. If you’re the type that doesn’t have the stomach for such things, I suggest […]


Putting Together Another Big Streak — Game Preview & Lineups 5/10

Monday night’s effort from Miguel Gonzalez set beside Todd Frazier’s heroics put the White Sox in a bit of a house money situation for the series. Their first win of the season with the fifth starter pitching in the bag, they’ll try to further capitalize and extend their win streak to five games, which would be […]


Next Up: Miguel Gonzalez – Game Preview & Lineups 5/9

Recently, the White Sox faced the Rangers at U.S. Cellular Field, and the results heavily favored the home team, as they completed a sweep against the then-first place Texas team, outscoring them 13-4. The matchup this time around isn’t likely to be quite that friendly. The home team advantage obviously shifts, the Sox are presenting the lesser […]


White Sox 7, Twins 2: Chris Sale is still Chris Sale

The White Sox took a very favorable matchup and immediately put onlookers in a state of worry before finally shaking loose the cobwebs and properly pummeling the Twins to continue their unblemished record against them, moving to 5-0 on the year. 1. Chris Sale‘s first inning held something it hasn’t in others this season: a […]


Next Up: Baltimore – Game Preview & Lineups 4/28

Coming off consecutive sweeps of 2015 playoff teams, the White Sox head into a four game weekend series against the team most closely trailing them for best record in the American League. All remaining claims of success being due to fortune of scheduling are gone; they have gone seven games without scoring fewer than four runs, […]