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A Brief History of Second and Third Base on The South Side

It’s no secret. As White Sox fans, and even most baseball fans are probably aware, the production that the South siders have seen out of their plethora of second and third basemen has been transient and more times than not, quite ugly. The men penciled into the lineup cards each day and each year lacked consistency and quality production at their positions. But that’s all supposed...
Via BP South Side
March 31, 2016

What does Matt Davidson’s strong spring mean for the Chicago White Sox

For most of the 2012 and 2013 seasons, Chicago White Sox closer Addison Reed was reliable and one of the top closers in the American League. In a move to acquire young talent to fill third base – which the White Sox struggled with year-in and year-out since Joe Crede left the team after 2008 – the Sox traded Reed to the Diamondbacks in exchange for a highly touted prospect, Matt...
Via isportsweb.com
March 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox: Remembering 2005

Ten years ago today we woke up and the Chicago White Sox were on top of the baseball world. The White Sox capped one of the most historic seasons with a World Championship. The Sox became second team in history to go wire to wire, be in first place all season and ending with a World Series victory. The other team to do so was the 1927 New York Yankees, arguably the best team in baseball...
Via isportsweb.com
October 27, 2015  |  Discuss

When It Is Okay to Worry About the White Sox

One of the loveliest aspects of the baseball season is how fans make one-game occurrence microcosms of the whole season. “This game will define us.” “You can sum up the season in this game.” Sorry baseball fans, that is not how it works. A baseball season needs time to grow and shape itself. In order to truly understand a season, a much larger sample size and more evidence...
Via Sports Mockery
April 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Davidson Trade Fogs Some Roles, Clears Up Others

In Abbot and Costello’s famous “Who’s on First” comedy skit, the third baseman’s name was I Don’t Know. Ever since Joe Crede left in 2009, that might as well been the name of the third baseman for the White Sox, as the position has been a carousel with the likes of guys such as Brent Morel, Dallas McPherson, and Josh Fields manning the position for extended periods of...
Via Grab Some Bench
December 17, 2013  |  Discuss
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