White Sox 5, Rangers 0: This one feels pretty different

On bad nights, the White Sox scrape together minimal scoring and depend on their starter to completely immolate the opposing lineup — in spite of shaky defense — to prop up a razor thin margin of victory. The formula seems unsustainable, and screams for offensive upgrades to be made. 1. Friday, however, was a good night. Jose Quintana, getting […]


Can The White Sox Hit A Bad Pitcher v. 8.1 – Lineups & Game Preview for 4/22

Martin Perez was once a well-regarded prospect.  After a few years of roughly league average results, Perez missed the bulk of 2014 and 2015 with Tommy John surgery.  One could charitably describe his first three starts of 2016 as “effectively wild,” given that he hasn’t been lit up, per se, but he has also walked more […]