All posts by Joe Binder

Founder and Owner of Sox On 35th | Follow on Twitter @JoeBinder.

Most Interesting Series of the Year has Finally Arrived

Guaranteed Rate Field will serve as the host to the most interesting three game series of the 2017 season. Two of the worst teams in baseball, the San Francisco Giants and the Chicago White Sox, are ready to battle this weekend for a prized possession. This special item is within grasp but currently belongs to ...

12-Year-Old Fan with Cerebral Palsy Meets Jason Benetti

Finley Bishop, a baseball fan from Peoria, Illinois, has been in love with the game ever since he was six-years-old. The now 12-year-old actually shares something in common with Chicago White Sox announcer, Jason Benetti. Both he and the broadcaster have cerebral palsy, a condition that affects a person's muscles and bodily movement. The condition ...

Fans React to Lucas Giolito’s First Start with the White Sox

Tuesday night marked another step forward in the Chicago White Sox rebuild. No. 6 Prospect Lucas Giolito made his first start with the White Sox since coming over in the Adam Eaton deal. While he didn't necessarily have his best stuff, Giolito had a solid outing, nonetheless. Did he have some command issues? Yes, but ...

Jiménez and Collins Have Monster Debuts with Birmingham

The centerpiece of the Jose Quintana deal and current White Sox No. 2 Prospect, Eloy Jiménez, has been the one minor league player who seems to consistently make headlines every, single night. In just 29 games with the Winston-Salem Dash, Eloy hit .345 with 8 HR and 26 RBI, enough to earn himself a promotion to ...

White Sox Fan Hits 97 mph at Saturday’s Game

Talent is everywhere on the South Side of Chicago. Prospects are now beginning to make their way up from the minors and provide glimpses of what's to come in the future. However, they're not the only ones impressing at W 35th and Shields. On Saturday night, video emerged of a White Sox fan, Ryan Vice, ...

White Sox Fans React to the Rebuild

The incredible turnaround of the Chicago White Sox farm system has brought a lot of hope to the South Side. The Sox haven't made the playoffs since 2008 and needed some drastic changes to happen. With Rick Renteria in as manager and Rick Hahn showing he isn't afraid to make moves, the entire organization has ...

Nicky Delmonico is Rising to the Occasion

The collision between Yoan Moncada and Willy Garcia was tough to watch for White Sox fans. Whenever your number 1 prospect goes down, it's easy to go into panic mode and think worst case scenario. Luckily, Moncada only suffered a right knee contusion that sidelined him for a few games. Willy Garcia was not as ...

Reynaldo Lopez to Make South Side Debut on Friday?

Let the rumors fly! On Saturday, Rick Hahn spoke during a portion of a Saber Seminar in Boston. According to the event's website, the two day seminar features a variety of guests associated with baseball in support of the Jimmy Fund and the Angioma Alliance. When fielding questions from the audience, the White Sox GM ...

Moncada’s Hustle Provides Hope During Losing Streak

Once again, Friday night's White Sox game in Kansas City was filled with a lot of hype surrounding top prospect, Yoan Moncada. After receiving a warm reception at "The Rate" on Wednesday, Moncada embarked on his first road trip with the Sox. As all eyes turned to television sets in the second inning, Yoan did ...

Reynaldo Lopez is Ready

After a dominant start on Sunday, Reynaldo Lopez showed, once again, that he is ready for the next step. The White Sox No. 6 prospect threw 7 innings, gave up only 2 hits, 1 earned run, and struck out 12 for the Charlotte Knights. Over his last 7 outings, Lopez has delivered 5 quality starts ...

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