South Side Morning 5: Dutch Courage

With a 2-1 victory in Cleveland last night, the White Sox continue their respectable start, moving to 3-4.  Even with Chris Sale gone and Carlos Rodon on the DL, to date pitching is the strength of the team.  Theoretically a staff ERA of 2.54 would get you more than three wins in seven games, but […]


Worrying about rotation depth

One of the problems the 2017 White Sox won’t share with their predecessors is a crippling lack of position player depth. Not because they have more depth than in the past, but because gaps on the position player side aren’t really a problem if you don’t care about winning games — if you lose a couple […]


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 […]


White Sox 4, Rangers 1: Latos’ magical April continues, Sox complete sweep

Sunday was another low-scoring affair, and another White Sox victory caps off a sweep of previously first-place Texas. 26,058 saw a Sox team suddenly providing an entertaining product. 1. Mat Latos has the finest dancing shoes in the American League. His ERA is now sitting at a healthy 0.74 on the young year. After giving […]