All posts by Joe Binder

Broadcasting and Visual Media major at Seton Hall University. Follow on Twitter @JoeBinder.

Interview with Kannapolis Intimidators’ Outfielder Craig Dedelow

The Kannapolis Intimidators, low Single-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox, have gotten off to a very strong start this season. They currently lead the South Atlantic League's Northern Division with a 37-23 record and are looking to clinch the first-half division title for a second-straight season. The impressive record can be attributed to a ...

White Sox First Round Draft Picks from 2000 to Today

Now that the 2018 MLB Draft is less than 12 hours away, the buzz is increasing over who the White Sox will select with the fourth overall pick. Two of the most common names being tossed around are Brady Singer and Nick Madrigal. However, in this article, I don't want to predict the future since ...

2018 Draft Preview: Who will the White Sox take at No. 4?

With the beginning of June upon us, it is time for us to shift our focus to the 2018 MLB Draft! For those who don't already know, the draft will begin on Monday, June 4th and last until Wednesday, June 6th. This is of particular interest for all die-hard White Sox fans because the organization ...

Should the White Sox consider going after Matt Harvey?

The Matt Harvey era in New York came to a tumultuous end this weekend as the Mets announced they were designating the right-hander for assignment. The former ace struggled mightily this season, going 0-2 with a 7.00 ERA in 21.0 innings pitched, and made the headlines for all the wrong reasons. After being bumped from ...

RECAP: Bullpen Blows Game as Sox Fall in Extras 9-7

On a cold, wintry, Chicago day, White Sox fans flocked to Guaranteed Rate Field for the 2018 home opener. Many had a great time beforehand, tailgating in the parking lots outside prior to heading inside for the main event. After the parade of cars and a ceremonial first pitch from 2005 World Series champion, A.J. ...

RECAP: White Sox bullpen implodes in 14-5 loss to the Jays

It was a rough night for Miguel Gonzalez in his first start back with the White Sox. The 33-year old righty started off by getting through the first two innings unscathed. Then, things took a turn for the worse when Aledmys Diaz went deep in the third to give the Jays a 2-1 lead. Just ...

RECAP: White Sox fall to Jays 4-2 in series opener

You win some and you lose some. Unfortunately for the Sox, the latter happened tonight despite a strong performance from Reynaldo Lopez. The right-hander made his season debut and looked very sharp in his six innings of work. The only real mistake of his outing came when he surrendered a solo shot to Josh Donaldson ...

Should White Sox fans be concerned by injuries to Jiménez, Robert?

Over the past several months, it's been no secret that injures have affected some of the White Sox highly ranked prospects. The most notable was a ruptured left Achilles' tendon suffered by Jake Burger that ended his season. Other injuries have included Micker Adolfo's sprained UCL, Luis Robert's sprained thumb, and Eloy Jiménez's previously sprained ...

RECAP: Moncada, Castillo lead 8th inning rally to beat Royals 4-3

RICKY'S BOYS DO NOT QUIT. Fans, get used to this phrase because you're going to be hearing it a lot this season. For the second straight game, the White Sox battled back to take down the Royals. After some early struggles by Lucas Giolito, the White Sox found themselves down 3-1 late in Saturday night's ...

White Sox Fan Battling Cancer to Attend 37th Straight Home Opener

Thursday is a very special day for White Sox fans on the South Side of Chicago. It marks the official return of baseball at Guaranteed Rate Field for the 2018 season. However, for one man, this day means just a little bit more. Jim McKeever, a fan since he was born, will be attending his ...