MLB: Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox

The most valuable White Sox position player prospect of the Millennium

It’s been a long time since the White Sox had a single position player prospect worth getting as excited about as Yoan Moncada, Eloy Jimenez, or Luis Robert. Having a troika of players who should at worst be competent major leaguers is a delightful change and a reminder that things weren’t always so bleak. During […]

MLB: Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Keep the South Side weird

The White Sox replaced a manager this weekend who oversaw four-straight losing seasons, was not well-regarded tactically, and had his hand on the wheel as multiple humiliating clubhouse fracases reached the public in this season alone. They replaced him with a well-respected figure in the baseball world, the rare option who possesses previous managerial experience […]

MLB: Houston Astros at Chicago White Sox

The MLB Draft and the Chicago White Sox: A Recent History

The current regime of the Chicago White Sox, for all intents and purposes, began in 2000 when Kenny Williams took over as general manager. Williams replaced Ron Schueler and wound up as the third-longest tenured GM in team history, behind only Roland Hemond and Harry Grabiner. While Williams handed over the GM reins to Rick […]


There’s actually fault for everyone to take in the LaRoche flap

Jerry Reinsdorf issued a statement Sunday saying he “did not believe there is anyone directly to blame” in the week-long Adam LaRoche debacle that attracted gawkers for hundreds of miles. The spirit of refusal to pin this on one person is understandable, and I agree with it, but there’s a better alternative. Finding fault for […]