MLB: Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers

Hypothetical landing spots for Abreu, Garcia

I’m just going to get this out of the way right from the start: I’m not advocating the White Sox trade Jose Abreu or Avisail Garcia. There are logical arguments to be made for trading either or both. That’s an argument for another day. However, while Rick Hahn indicated at this week’s GM meetings in Orlando […]

MLB: Chicago White Sox at Oakland Athletics

The Mat Latos one-hit game: A fluke or an indicator of future success?

When Mat Latos was signed late in the offseason, it became clear that the race for the final back end starter spot would become a bit more interesting. When Erik Johnson and Jacob Turner struggled in Spring, there became less doubt in everyone’s mind that Latos would end up becoming the man for the job. White Sox fans shrugged […]

MLB: Oakland Athletics at Tampa Bay Rays

Sonny Gray, For Real This Time — Game Preview & Lineups 4/6

Waking up to a “fun fact” indicating that if the White Sox win tonight, they’ll be three games over .500 for the first time since 2012 was a depressing start to my day. Though it’s also a bit surprising that they’ve been as much as two over any time more recently given the teams they’ve been […]


White Sox 4, Athletics 3: And a happy opening day was had by all

A game that saw what should have been a fine pitchers’ duel between Sale and Gray was scrapped before it was even started. A’s ace Sonny Gray came down with food poisoning hours before first pitch in a a contest that ended in a 4-3 White Sox on Opening Night Monday in Oakland. It was hardly the prettiest […]

MLB: Boston Red Sox at Chicago White Sox

South Side Morning 5: Opening Day

1. Chris Sale faces Sonny Gray in the best pitching matchup of Opening Day. I am aware of the Corey Kluber-David Price game, I looked them all up before I did this and decided to double down on this claim for my baseball connoisseur cred. The game played at 10:00pm EDT in a dimly-lit Dungeon […]