Some Final Thoughts on The Cubs and The Off-Season Ahead for the White Sox

The Chicago Cubs won the World Series and I sit here jealous of the team and its fans. The World Series was tough for me to watch not because I don’t like the Cubs (they’re a pretty fun team to watch) nor because some Cubs fans can be unbearable (every fanbase has meatballs, the Cubs […]


Royals 6, White Sox 5: Shields got a quality start

In a lot of traditional respects, the White Sox lost a heartbreaker Saturday night. After a thrilling Carlos Rodon start Friday, and Chris Sale set for the finale, they were tantalizingly close to an improbable opportunity to sweep the defending champion Royals, right on the heels of their second series win over a non-Twins AL […]


White Sox 7, Royals 2: Carlos Rodon Continues to be Good

The White Sox came into Friday’s game with a 67-72 record and completely out of the playoff picture. The Royals were 72-67 and barely holding onto hope of making the playoffs to defend their World Series Championship. As the season winds down, the 3.5 games and three teams that separate the Royals from the playoffs […]


Twins 11, White Sox 3: What are we doing here, guys?

The White Sox are contractually committed to James Shields through 2018, he is unmovable in his current state, and they have plenty of reasons for being invested in his recovery, whatever potential for it there may still be. But as each disaster piles on top of each other, they will be pressed to answer if […]


White Sox 9, Phillies 1: Total dominance

The Phillies are not a good baseball team. They’re in the middle of a genuine rebuild, their hot start to the season was mostly helium, they have a moribund offense and no parts of their promising young pitching were on display Tuesday night with Jake Thompson on the hill. A Sox blowout shouldn’t have been […]


White Sox 10, Indians 7: Eaton’s slam caps shocking five-run ninth

Sometimes it’s hard to remember that for all their frustrating flaws, the Sox aren’t much worse than an average team, and get to have fun nights too. This was a fun night! With Anthony Ranaudo filling in for a spot start against verified stud Carlos Carrasco, facing an Indians team that had defeated the Sox […]