MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Chicago White Sox

Angels 3, White Sox 2: Late rally dies at the wall

The White Sox have themselves to blame. Enjoying the fruits of a soft early schedule has led them to a promising 10-6 start, but with the Rangers, Blue Jays and Orioles coming in to close the month, they may rue going 3-4 against the Rays and Angels, and especially failing to hit Jered Weaver on Thursday. […]


White Sox 4, Twins 1: The Twins have still not won a game

Starting with Oakland, continuing with their own, and now stretching to Minnesota, the White Sox have ruined every home opener they have laid eyes on. A sleepy, tight, but solid enough 4-1 pitching clinic against the severely snakebit Twins now has the Sox on their best start to a season since they went 5-2 to […]


White Sox 4, Athletics 3: And a happy opening day was had by all

A game that saw what should have been a fine pitchers’ duel between Sale and Gray was scrapped before it was even started. A’s ace Sonny Gray came down with food poisoning hours before first pitch in a a contest that ended in a 4-3 White Sox on Opening Night Monday in Oakland. It was hardly the prettiest […]

Mar 5, 2016; Surprise, AZ, USA; Chicago White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton (1) swings the bat during the fourth inning against the Kansas City Royals at Surprise Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Talkin’ Handedness: Are the White Sox too reliant on right-handed hitters?

On Saturday I engaged in some handwringing over the White Sox’ present lineup construction, as the batting order skews heavily right-handed. Indeed, with Adam LaRoche‘s quiet departure, unnoticed by media, fans and teammates alike; or, at the very least, given Avisail Garcia‘s inability to develop any major-league skills, moving Melky Cabrera to DH only shifts the […]