White Sox in Baltimore

**David Robertson is on leave due to the passing of his father-in-law, we send our love and prayers during this time. **Normally would you have the highlights from the game but I want to address an issue that I know is bothering all of us, John Danks. I like the guy and all but something needs to happen and it needs to happen now. We can’t keep putting him in with the way he is...
Via In The Neutral Zone
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Lawrie sparks Sox to strong finish to road trip

As the Chicago White Sox were enduring a grueling stretch of 19 straight games, the team looked to Brett Lawrie for a burst of energy.
Via WhiteSox.com
1 hour ago

White Sox 7, Orioles 1: Bloops, a blast and a blowout

The big showdown coming into Sunday had us wondering if Chris Sale‘s ramped down approach again would work against a powerful Baltimore offense. Instead the White Sox offense chasing off a typically wild Ubaldo Jimenez took center stage. 1. The Sox torched Jimenez for a five-run fifth inning in which his control problems took center stage. After Dioner Navarro and Austin Jackson...
Via BP South Side
2 hours ago

Six-pack for Sale: Lefty tops O's, leads MLB

Chris Sale became the Majors' first six-game winner, keeping his unbeaten record intact with 5 1/3 innings of one-run ball and aided by a five-run Chicago fifth as the White Sox earned a split of their four-game series with the Orioles with a 7-1 win on Sunday at Camden Yards.
Via WhiteSox.com
2 hours ago

White Sox reinstate David Robertson, option Tommy Kahnle

The Chicago White Sox have made a few roster moves before the club’s game on Sunday. The organization has reinstated David Robertson from the bereavement list, and in turn optioned pitcher Tommy Kahnle to Triple-A Charlotte. Robertson was placed on the bereavement list, which forced him to miss three games, due to the death of his father-in-law. It was a move the club knew it would...
Via Today's Knuckleball
7 hours ago

White Sox enjoy best-case April

Franchise-record 17 wins puts Sox at top of league after first month The bar for a successful April now looks modest in hindsight. Opening the season with a road-heavy slate and a stretch of 2015 playoff teams to close it out, a .500 record and a reasonable distance from the top of the division would've qualified as a success for the White Sox in April. After all, they hadn't had...
Via South Side Sox
12 hours ago

Abreu leads White Sox past Orioles 8-7

BALTIMORE (AP) Jose Abreu hit a tie-breaking RBI single in the ninth inning off reliever Vance Worley, leading the Chicago White Sox to an 8-7 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday night. After Todd Frazier hit a two-run homer off Darren O'Day in the eighth to give Chicago a 7-5 lead, Chris Davis tied the game in the bottom half with a two-run double off Zach Duke. Those...
Via Associated Press
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

White Sox rally late for wild win over Orioles

Jose Abreu's RBI single in the ninth inning gave the White Sox an 8-7 win over the Orioles in a seesaw affair on Saturday night at a cold and rainy Camden Yards
Via WhiteSox.com
20 hours ago

White Sox still hopeful struggling John Danks can turn things around

John Danks’ poor start to the season would stand out on any team in any year, but the left-hander’s struggles are particularly glaring as the Chicago White Sox have gotten off to a strong start despite taking a two-game losing streak into Saturday night’s game at Baltimore. In his four starts this season, Danks is 0-4 with a 7.25 earned run average. The White Sox had just eight...
Via Today's Knuckleball
22 hours ago

Terrerobytes: White Sox catch up with injuries

Plus: Jose Abreu struggling for no good reason, John Danks gets one more start, and more A fortnight into the season, the White Sox managed to avoid the disabled list entirely. One week later, several players have managed to wear a path to it from the roster. To review: Sunday: Alex Avila goes on the disabled list with a strained right hamstring, with Kevan Smith coming up to Charlotte...
Via South Side Sox
1 day ago

Reasons for the Chicago White Sox Surprising Start

The hot start to the 2016 season for the Chicago White Sox has fans and experts alike making comparisons to their 2005 club that won the World Series. Possibly the most equivalent characteristic between the two seasons thus far is that few saw the success beforehand. As someone who has written 5,600 words on the 2005 season, I am well aware that it’s a long season and I am not...
Via Baseball Essential
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Wynn, World Series, and White Sox

Not since Shoeless Joe Jackson and seven others received lifetime bans from baseball had White Sox fans suffered a collective depression akin to the one on October 8, 1959. Chicago’s beloved team from the South Side lost the World Series to the Los Angeles Dodgers, the transplanted team from Brooklyn, in its second year of basking in the southern California sunshine. And so, the...
Via The Sports Post
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Chicago White Sox Bullpen is Legit

The chatter in the Chicago area, at least on the South Side, has been the starting rotation of the White Sox. Chris Sale and company have given fans more than enough to applaud over, sitting three games up in the AL Central with the best record in the majors. But there’s more to this fairy tale than the Cy Young contender. The White Sox bullpen has been phenomenal, combining for...
Via Baseball Essential
2 days ago  |  Discuss

So far, Chicago is baseball’s epicenter in 2016

The Major League Baseball season is closing out its first month of the 2016 season this weekend, and while the first 30 days of the season tell very little of what the big picture will be once it is fully painted, it does provide a backdrop for early season predictions. Entering the year, fans of the two respective clubs in the city of Chicago were receiving very different pieces...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Bear or Bull: Jose Abreu

El Grande Dolor. The Cuban Barry Bonds. Oso or Yogi. All of these are phrases and nicknames that have been used to describe Chicago White Sox slugger Jose Abreu in recent years. I'm not really sure where those last couple of ones came from, but they're listed under his profile at baseball-reference, so we'll roll with it. Side note: can those profiles be edited by the public á la...
Via Razzball
3 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox recall RHP Webb, option RHP Gonzalez

TORONTO (AP) The Chicago White Sox recalled right-hander Daniel Webb from Triple-A Charlotte and optioned right-hander Miguel Gonzalez to Triple-A. Webb went 2-1 with two saves and a 3.38 ERA in seven games with Charlotte. He was 1-0 with a 6.30 ERA in 27 games with the White Sox last season. Gonzalez was promoted to start against the Blue Jays on Monday, allowing five runs and...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The White Sox Have Gotten the Start They Needed

The White Sox beat the Blue Jays last night by a score of 10-1 (box). Comprehensive victory. Chris Sale won his fifth game, going a ho-hum 8.0 innings versus a lefty-destroying lineup in a hitter’s park. Southside hitters compiled 15 hits. They won on Monday in the first game of the series and five of the six games before that, too, and today they go for the sweep at the Rogers...
Via Fangraphs
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Improved defense has White Sox perched at top of American League

One of baseball’s biggest disappointments in 2015 was the Chicago White Sox, who went into the season with high expectations after signing outfielder Melky Cabrera, first baseman Adam LaRoche, and closer David Robertson in free agency. Things didn’t go according to plans – the Sox scuffled to a 76-86 record, just three games better than the record they posted in 2014. This...
Via The Comeback
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Top Prospects that Never Were: Scott Ruffcorn, Chicago White Sox

Throwing strikes—it’s not for everybody. For Scott Ruffcorn, it was relatively impossible. At the major league level, anyway. Drafted 25th overall by the White Sox in 1991, it wasn’t as though Ruffcorn was starved for chances as he attempted to make a career in the big leagues. There was also a genuine level of hype surrounding him, something he’d never live up to. For three...
Via The Sports Post
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Do the Chicago White Sox have the tools to win the AL Central?

As games came to a close on Sunday, the White Sox found themselves in the midst of a sweep of strong Texas Rangers team and the lead of the AL Central.  The White Sox are 13-6 through their first 19 games and feature one of the lowest ERAs in the league with their pitching staff. White Sox fans are generally not accustomed to starts to the season like this year’s team is doing...
Via isportsweb.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

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