Sometimes trading a player
“Stay out of White Sox business!” – a phrase that has become synonymous with Sox, Executive VP, Kenny Williams back from his GM days.
It’s that time of year again,
The AL Central may very well
With the MLB offseason market about to really heat-up with the GM meetings taking place in Phoenix this week, let’s take a look at what the White Sox
It felt like a constant argument
It was much easier this April to watch the White Sox, especially since they played at a .500 pace and their offense led the league in runs scored.
With one week of baseball under their belt the Chicago White Sox have proven one thing offensively, they are never out of a game.
I’ve been laughing all the way to the runs bank with the San Francisco Giants destroying everything in their path by dropping an average of over six runs
It only took the second game of Opening Week for the new replay system put in my Major League Baseball this season to prove itself flawed. During the Giants
The joy and excitement of Opening Day has come and gone, but the memory remains. The memory is a 5-3 White Sox victory over the Minnesota Twins at
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, the start of the Major League Baseball season!
Rick Hahn has been more impressive in one evening than Kenny Williams was in his entire tour of duty as GM. Williams kept spending post
Is trading Chris Sale a completely asinine thought or possibly the payday the White Sox need to comfortably restock and compete again in the
I always am a little nervous when Smitty and I agree a lot, but we’re both pretty savvy when it comes to baseball, heck I called the World Series back in March