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Machado/Harper: Why the Waiting Benefits the White Sox

January is over and there are still dozens of quality free agents on the market. While the endless waiting has certainly been tiresome, it may be benefiting the White Sox more than any other team in the sweepstakes for Manny Machado and Bryce Harper. The Phillies' front office, likely the biggest threat to the White ...

White Sox Acquire Bullpen Arm Alex Colome from Seattle

Chicago adds a reliable right-handed reliever from the Mariners

2018 Travels of the Sox On 35th Koozie

The South Side Or Die koozie made the rounds in 2018

Yoan Moncada and the Frustrations of a Rebuild

Among other intriguing storylines making waves through White Sox fan chatter, the question of "Is Yoan Moncada a bust?" has risen in volume lately. While a fair percentage of South Sider fans are ready to make that assertion, it seems that most people are willing to defend the 23 year-old second baseman. All three of ...

Navigating the Roster Decisions Following an Eloy Jimenez Call-Up

Although it's unclear how many boxes Eloy Jimenez still needs to check before Rick Hahn and co. call up the outstanding White Sox prospect, it's likely that he will be called up before the end of the 2018 campaign. Chris Getz even referred to an Eloy call-up as "getting very close" several days ago. However, ...

It’s Time to Ban The Wave

The Wave. Oh yes, the infamous wave. I hate to write about something so terrible, but this is an issue that needs to be addressed. Fans have been partaking in this activity for years and it's finally time to put an end to it. And no, I'm not just talking about you White Sox fans ...

2018 Baseball Hall of Fame Weekend: White Sox Fans in Cooperstown

Throughout the past few days in Cooperstown, fans from all over have made the voyage for the 2018 Baseball Hall of Fame Weekend. While the most prominent fan bases belonged to teams like the Braves, Tigers, Padres, and Angels, there were also several Sox fans who made the trip to see the big man, Jim ...

Bob Costas and Sheldon Ocker: Immortalized Forever

Written by Richard Behan: Hall of Fame Saturday kicked off with a press conference featuring both the Spink Award winner Sheldon Ocker and Ford C. Frick Award winner Bob Costas at the Clark Sports Center in Cooperstown. Ocker’s portion began with a question from the media which addressed being on the ballot and still voting ...

What Would a James Shields Trade Look Like?

White Sox fans got their first, sweet taste of trade deadline excitement on Thursday with the swap of Joakim Soria to the Brewers for two pitching prospects. Don't leave the table, though, as Rick Hahn could be taking another bite out of the pitching market soon. How so? The most obvious trade piece Chicago boasts ...

White Sox Trade Soria to Milwaukee

Chicago acquires young arms for veteran reliever