Category: Chicago White Sox

Interview with 18-Year-Old Prospect Bryce Bush

33rd Round Draft Pick Bryce Bush answers questions about himself, his draft day, and the beginning of his professional career.

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. ...

Young Bullpen Arms a Major Key to White Sox Future Success

It’s no secret that in our current era of baseball, a solid bullpen is mandatory if you’re looking to be a contender. This season, we have seen an influx of young White Sox relievers make their way up to the majors. The likes of Jace Fry, Ian Hamilton, Ryan Burr, Thyago Vieira, Caleb Frare, Jose ...

Photographer Chris Tejeda’s Top Shots from the 2018 White Sox Season

In the first of our photographer series, Charlotte Knights team photographer Laura Wolff selected her top images from this past season. Now it's time to move up to the Major League level. Chicago photographer and White Sox influencer Chris Tejeda, or "FotoGenocide" as he's known by on social media, returned to photograph the team for ...

Rick Hahn is the Right Man for the Job

Sustained Success. A phrase that White Sox fans are very familiar with going into the 2018 offseason. It is the phrase which keeps our heads up through a disappointing 62-100 season, good (or bad) for third worst in the MLB. The phrase that Rick Hahn has referred to time and time again when talking about ...

2018-2019 Free Agency: A Complete Guide to Machado/Harper for White Sox fans

For context, please consider reading "Is Rick Hahn hinting at a serious pursuit of Manny Machado?" first. The 2018-2019 free agent class has the potential to deliver a major jolt to the White Sox rebuild. It is uncommon for two young, elite talents to reach free agency in the same year; with an emphasis on ...

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 ...

Is Rick Hahn hinting at a serious pursuit of Manny Machado?

White Sox general manager Rick Hahn gave his final media conference of the season yesterday prior to the team's final home game of the season. He fielded a number of questions regarding the team's outlook for 2019, but perhaps lost in the canned responses and typical Hahn-speak was an intriguing pattern regarding the White Sox ...

He Gone: Thank You to a Legend

"That ball is hit high and deep... STRETCH! GET ON BACK THERE! HE LOOKS UP, YOU CAN PUT IT ON THE BOAAAARD, YES! YES! A walk-off homer for Paul Konerko, and the White Sox win this one 5-4! MERCY!" ..... And with that, I take a breath, stand up, and turn off my PlayStation. I've ...

If It Comes Down to It, Palka or Davidson as Designated Hitter?

With all the hype surrounding "Palkamania", there's still no total clarity on the future of lefty slugger Daniel Palka. In all likelihood though, the White Sox will at some point face the choice between Palka and Matt Davidson for a designated hitter roster spot. A plethora of impressive prospects are making their way up the ...