Tigers 11, White Sox 5: Luck runs out for James Shields

Vaunted staff-ace James Shields took the mound for the South Siders Tuesday night in the first of three against Anibal Sanchez and the streaking Detroit Tigers. What ensued was not a thing of beauty. • For those paying little attention, Shields entered Tuesday’s game riding a surge of positive momentum. For those paying serious attention, Shields and […]


White Sox 5, Tigers 4: Quintana and Eaton lead Sox despite unhinged ninth inning

The White Sox have…had a weekend. Sunday saw them attempt to return to normalcy by carving out a respectable result in a four-game series with the Tigers, and have someone actually making their scheduled turn in the rotation for once, but still featured a bullpen that had covered 14.2 innings in the last two games. […]


Tigers 7, White Sox 5: Sox make a game out of ridiculous mismatch

Between Chris Sale trade rumors, a cadre of injuries that included Brett Lawrie, and a Jacob Turner-Michael Fulmer pitching matchup, Friday night took on a very post-contention feel. It offered a glimpse of how the Sox will be playing out the string the rest of 2016: more entertaining than expected but still kind of a […]


Tigers 2, White Sox 1: They are still playing the games

The White Sox spent the day in the headlines as analysts and fans across the country wondered if their situation was hopeless enough to merit selling off all their valuables in hopes of a viable future. But by nightfall, the vestiges of their once sincere pursuit of the playoffs took centerstage once again, as James […]


Tigers 11, White Sox 8: Miguel Gonzalez Struggles, Sox Get Buried Early

What started out looking like it might be a see-saw affair end up being a one-sided beating despite large amounts of offense from both teams. The Sox dropped back below .500 as they were unable to get quality starting pitching yet again. 1. Robin Ventura’s lean towards speed at the top of his lineup paid quick […]

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Around The AL Central: Are The Tables Turning?

As we draw nearer by the day to the “There are only 100 games left!” point of the baseball season, things in the AL Central are beginning to fluctuate, and the fun part of the race is just starting to take place. This weekend saw a few significant division rival match ups, and things were flipped […]