Reynaldo at The Rate!

Well, White Sox fans, the day is finally here! Reynaldo Lopez will be on the bump Friday night, making his debut for the Chicago White Sox at 35th and Shields. He will be given the task of facing a slumping Kansas City Royals team. Lopez was acquired from the Washington Nationals on December 7th, along ...

White Sox Potential 2020 Lineup

At 45-70, the Sox continue to race towards being one of the first teams eliminated from postseason contention, and it is likely that the 2018 season will be more of the same.  While fans have suffered through starts from the likes of Pelfrey, Holland, and Shields this season, the hope is that the Sox will soon ...

How the White Sox Have Paved Their Own Road for Success

I love reading about the White Sox from various sources and contributors like myself on other blogs. Often, I find inspiration for writing articles from people's opinions that I don't agree with. That's how sports talk should be anyway: two or more people debating their opinions. This article of mine is no different. Last Wednesday, ...

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 ...

White Sox Call Up Nicky Delmonico

Prior to tonight's game against the Blue Jays, the White Sox made a roster move most people expected: Willy García was placed on the 7-day disabled list with a concussion. In the corresponding roster move, the White Sox called up another young talent: Nicky Delmonico from AAA Charlotte. Delmonico will make his major league debut ...

Trade Deadline Memories

As baseball fans sit at work or at home today while constantly refreshing Twitter in hopes of catching the most recent news on Sonny Gray, Justin Verlander, and Yu Darvish, White Sox fans sit in anticipation for the news of Rick Hahn pulling off just one more trade to complete the first phase of the ...

Making the Case for Carlos Rodón

Well White Sox fans, we lost the Crosstown Cup. Those losses hurt me more than any other loss this season will, but just remember, we have to trust the process. Recently, I’ve seen a lot more hate than usual surrounding Carlos Rodón. In case you missed it, he pitched on Tuesday, gave up 4 runs, ...

Hawk Harrelson: The Cubs Worst Nightmare

Ever since Ken Harrelson called out John Lackey on his "BS" after hitting four batters in the Sox-Cubs game on Tuesday, Cubs fans have criticizing The Hawk's style of announcing. They've called him out for various critiques like his alleged "lack of professionalism" and "poor representation of his ball club."Ken Harrelson has been with the ...