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The Sports Bank:
For the Chicago White Sox Home Opener, Soxman’s day started at 3:00 a.m. From meeting future Hall of Famer Frank Thomas to visiting various members of Chicago Media to watching the final out of the White Sox defeat of the Detroit Tigers, Soxman shares his experience with the Sportsbank.net including photos from the great day.
I look forward to the White Sox Home Opener each year as much as I do Christmas morning. As much as it can be a struggle “staying energetic” from the point my alarm clock plays “Let’s Go Go White Sox” at 3:00 a.m. to posing for my last photo before heading back to the Sox cave after 5:00 p.m., I honestly believe I’m the luckiest person in the world.
To have the opportunity to interact with so many wonderful people, to be honored by hearing people pay compliment to articles I’ve written in the paper, or laughed at our zany antics on television or to being asked to pose for a photo or have a child ask for your autograph on a baseball or jersey is without a doubt...
BEST OF MAXIM
THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX
The Chicago White Sox home opener was delayed for about 10 minutes after Miguel Cabrera noticed something didn't quite look right at home plate.
A week into the 2012 season it is apparent that a new era has begun on the south side of Chicago. After several months of anticipation, White Sox fans finally their chance to witness the team and the many new additions to the ballpark firsthand. This was our time to see rebuilding team, to say goodbye to some of our favorite players and to formally embrace a new manager with...
Jake Peavy pitched effectively into the seventh inning and Dayan Viciedo homered and made a key catch Friday as the Chicago White Sox defeated the Detroit Tigers 5-2 in their home opener.
Peavy (1-0) took a one-hitter and a 3-0 lead into the seventh. He walked Miguel Cabrera and Delmon Young's two-out, two-run homer finished him.
Alex Avila singled off reliever Will Ohman and...
That’s about the politest way to put it.
In 2006, while manager of the Chicago White Sox, Guillen employed an anti-gay slur in reference to then Chicago Sun-Times columnist, Jay Mariotti. Grant it, there are a lot of reasons to have at it with Jay Mariotti. Nonetheless, when you represent a brand, this isn’t an option. Guillen promptly issued an apology to the gay community...
The Detroit-Chicago White Sox game was delayed for several minutes in the first inning Friday after Tigers' star Miguel Cabrera complained that the batter's box wasn't the right shape or size.
Before he faced a pitch with two outs in the first inning, Cabrera's back leg was out of the box, and he said something to home plate umpire Adrian Johnson. After a conference...
CHICAGO (AP) -- Gavin Floyd overcame control problem to pitch six scoreless innings and Alexei Ramirez homered as the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 5-1 on Saturday.
Tigers left-hander Adam Wilk, making first big league start, was hit in his pitching shoulder by teammate Prince Fielder's foul ball while sitting in the dugout in the sixth inning.
Wilk (0-1) left with...
CHICAGO -- Friday marked Robin Ventura's first home game in uniform as a member of the White Sox since Sept. 20, 1998. He was asked if he remembered his last game at then-Comiskey Park. He didn't. But of course, we can look it up. He went 1 for 3 with a walk against the Red Sox, batting behind Frank Thomas and Albert Belle.
One thing is for sure: The manager's chats...
5-1, 1st place, 1.5 games up on CWS
The Tigers pull into the south side of Chicago with a sparkling 5-1 record and series victories against two clubs in the upper echelon of the American League. Many believe Tampa to be the best team in the AL, and the Tigers were one overthrown JV fastball from sweeping them.
Friday afternoon will be the home opener for the White Sox who looked...
Watching the Miami Marlins from afar makes Ozzie Guillen's head