Rumor Mill: White Sox Will Attend Lincecum’s Showcase

After months of…well, the word “suspense” imbues the event with more significance than it deserves, so not that, but months of expectation, it has been announced that Tim Lincecum will have his showcase for prospective teams this coming Friday.  Unsurprisingly, his goal is to land a spot in a starting rotation somewhere, and Jon Heyman […]


South Side Morning 5: Looking for immediate fan returns from the White Sox hot start

1. Monday afternoon, the White Sox relayed a figure about their recent ticket sales in light of their hot streak that got picked up quickly. “#WhiteSox hot start apparently is catching on at the box office. Team has sold over 100,000 tickets in the last week.” -Dan Hayes That sure seems like a lot. They […]


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 […]


A possible sweep and lots of roster news – Lineups & Preview 4/24

For the White Sox, things are the best they have been in a long time. They’re 12-6, the clubhouse is humming and happy, despite unprecedented levels of Spring tumult, and they are one game away from sweeping a Rangers team that still has World Series potential, and is still tied for first place in the […]


South Side Morning 5: The Most Cautious of Optimism

1. After a turgid five-runs-in-four-games stretch for the offense, which plummeted them to the depths of the major league standings in total offense, the White Sox offense can hardly be redeemed by their top two sluggers knocking around mediocrity from Matt Shoemaker, but… Todd Frazier basically jumped on the type of mistake we have been […]


White Sox 5, Angels 0: Everything is fixed

The White Sox have won again, and in doing so, have not merely stopped a three-game skid, but restored hope to baseball, justice to the region, and raised the expected weekend high temperature in Chicago by four degrees. Or they grinded out a win against what does not appear to be a very good Angels team, […]


South Side Morning 5: White Sox achieving advanced levels of bumslaying

1. The Twins were supposed to be carried by their offense. With a full year of Miguel Sano and his monstrous power, solid-average to plus veterans Brian Dozier, Trevor Plouffe and even old friend Eduardo Escobar, and the growth a slew of promising youngsters including Byron Buxton and Max Kepler, the Twins were supposed to hit enough to at least […]