MLB: Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers

Hypothetical landing spots for Abreu, Garcia

I’m just going to get this out of the way right from the start: I’m not advocating the White Sox trade Jose Abreu or Avisail Garcia. There are logical arguments to be made for trading either or both. That’s an argument for another day. However, while Rick Hahn indicated at this week’s GM meetings in Orlando […]


Red Sox 8, White Sox 7: A lost battle of bad bullpens

The White Sox had a chance to walk away with a four-game sweep of one of the best teams in baseball, and they blew it. Sure, it might seem a little spoiled acting like winning three of four is a bad thing, but this team is sliding and sliding fast, and winning this game would […]


White Sox 3, Red Sox 1: A miracle against Craig Kimbrel

Watching a struggling team sucks. Let’s face it: watching the 2016 White Sox is frustrating. It’s a roller coaster, alright. Actually, it’s more like a merry-go-round. Watch a White Sox game this year, and you’ll spin in a circle and see some familiar things. Does the opposing starter toss a gem? Check. Does the White Sox […]


Red Sox 7, White Sox 3: Operator error

Thursday night, both Boston and Chicago started troubled young starters that they surely knew brought significant mess potential, and man, they certainly got what they bargained for. 1. Erik Johnson spent so much of the first three innings of Thursday night’s start cementing the sad realization that he doesn’t have the promising stuff that made […]