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” […]

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Rays 7, White Sox 2: Sometimes The Games Just Suck

The White Sox lost to the Rays 5-2. They were completely shut down by Erasmo Ramirez, who needed just 66 pitches to get through five and two-third scoreless innings. John Danks pitched like John Danks, struggling through six and a third and allowing five runs on three walks and six hits, two of which left […]