All posts by Ruben Ceniceros

Columbia College graduate and freelance sports writer. I breathe, sleep, eat and love all sports but I enjoy talking and learning about all things whether it's music, art, movies, culture and especially, you guessed it, sports. I was born, raised and still live on the Southside of Chicago so go 'Hawks, Bears, Bulls, Fire and most importantly, GO SOX!

The 2005 White Sox complete-game record will be untouchable for years

Every postseason brings along an opportunity for something truly special. Milestones, memorable moments, and records are reached, made, and broken every October. But to do something that may never be done again, that is truly special. The 2005 White Sox have become the most under-appreciated World Series Champion in the media and even around Chicago. ...

White Sox Outlook for Crosstown Classic Looked Promising, Then it All Fell Apart

Another season, another year without the most coveted trophy in sports. Over the weekend, the White Sox failed to take back the BP Crosstown Cup versus the North Siders, adding to the long list of disappointments for the 2018 season. The White Sox were never really a threat to take four of six from the ...

Tim Anderson is Playing like an Elite Defensive Shortstop

White Sox Trivia: Which two players started 60+ games at shortstop for the White Sox in 2016? If you guessed Jimmy Rollins and Tyler Saladino, you are not only correct, but 2016 was probably a rough time for you as a Sox fan. Looking back at that season, the argument could be made that Tim ...

Starting Rotation Restores Faith in White Sox Rebuild and Baseball Fun

Remember last season when the White Sox were throwing out David Holmberg, Mike Pelfrey, Chris Volstad, Derek Holland, and Miguel Gonzalez to start games? Those were some good times. Well, not really but either way, it seems like such a long time ago that the White Sox appeared so far away from being any kind ...

White Sox rotation still struggling with consistency

Coming soon to Six Flags Great America, the newest and biggest roller coaster ride, the White Sox Starting Rotation! Nearly every pitcher in the Sox rotation has experienced a wild variation of successes and failures with the exception of Carlos Rodon, who instead has been on more of a ski lift than a roller coaster. ...

How far away are the White Sox from being respectable?

It’s safe to say that the 2018 White Sox season has gone pretty much as expected in terms of wins and losses. While there have been many bright spots and memorable moments up to this point, the Sox have been somewhat underwhelming in their results. And that’s putting it nicely. The only feat the Sox ...