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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 ...

Beef’s Beefin’

Welington Castillo, who was seemingly fitting quite well for the White Sox this season, is now done-zo until August as he must serve an 80-game suspension for (non-steroid) PED use. Rick Hahn made the following statement Thursday morning addressing the league's decision: Prior to his suspension, Castillo was batting .267 with a OBP/SLG/OPS of .309/.466/774 ...

What’s Up With The Sox Starters?

The White Sox, as of Wednesday morning, are 9-24. They have struggled to get anything going as a team, and even with the team focused on a rebuild, this year has been a special type of painful thus far. So what's been the issue? The bullpen, sure. The offense, yeah. But those things are expected ...

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 ...

Verlander Bothered by a Persistent Anderson

Last night, the unwritten rules of baseball came into play during the 5th inning of the game between the White Sox and Astros. First, let's go over the sequence of events. With one out in the bottom of the 5th inning, Tim Anderson singled, breaking up Justin Verlander's no-hitter. Anderson clapped his hands and pointed ...

Let’s Relax About Moncada

Yoan Moncada is going to strike out somewhat often. If he had one central flaw when he was signed by Boston, it was his swing and miss potential. Nevertheless, Moncada was a productive player in 2017 despite his 32% strikeout rate, and as this season progresses, chances are he will remain a net positive at ...

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 ...

White Sox 2018 Season Projections

After a long offseason, Chicago White Sox baseball is officially BACK!  This season figures to shape up as one of the most interesting in team history; not because current expectations are high, but because fans will finally start to see the early results of Rick Hahn's rebuilding process.  2018 will show fans what a full ...

Tim Anderson takes over White Sox Instagram Story before Opening Day

The White Sox spent Wednesday afternoon taking some light batting practice in preparation for tomorrow's Opening Day match-up vs. the Kansas City Royals. Thanks to shortstop Tim Anderson, fans were able to get a behind the scenes look at the team's practice on the White Sox official Instagram story. (Courtesy: WhiteSox/Instagram) Our very own Matt ...

Sox On 35th at Spring Training: 3/12/18 – 3/15/18

Sox On 35th coverage live from Spring Training

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