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Sean Bigness

I am currently a freshman at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. I plan on majoring Sports Management and want to explore a career in Major League Baseball as a player agent or general manager. I have Chicago Fire season tickets and you can often find me around U.S. Cellular Field in the summer, and Target Field in the fall/spring. I am a member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, Admissions Ambassadors, University of Minnesota Sports Management Association, the Rooter Club, and the Ice Box. If you have any questions feel free to contact me in the chicitysports forums under the user name: whitesoxman77

Number of Entries : 63

Chicago White Sox Preview: Can starting pitching carry the Sox?

The White Sox pitching staff has always been a strength of the team since the hire of Don Cooper in 2002. Last year's staff featured the likes of Chris Sale, Jose Quintana, Jake Peavy, and Hector Santiago being the main contributors. The pitching wasn't exactly good last year, with the team earned run average (ERA) being a round 4.00 and the being ranked 12th and 11th in the American League (AL) respectivel ...

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2014 White Sox Top 20 Prospects

When Rick Hahn was named general manager last offseason, one of his main goals was to revamp and reshape the White Sox franchise from the top to the bottom. One of the glaring holes that Hahn inherited was the team's farm system, which was consistently ranked by baseball writers as bottom of the barrel. Since being named general manager, Hahn has made some great trades and signed some great talent to both c ...

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New Year, New White Sox

Happy 2014 everyone, we here at certainly hope that you had a great 2013 discussing and reading about sports here and we hope to make 2014 better for you all. However, we are not the only ones looking to improve the fan's experience with us. Rick Hahn and the White Sox front office know that the 2013 is not what most fans were looking for out of the White Sox, especially after collapsing t ...

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White Sox Sign Ronald Belisario

Thursday night the White Sox announced the signing of thirty year old relief pitcher Ronald Belisario. Belisario has spent his whole career in Los Angeles with the Dodgers and posted a 3.97 ERA in 68 innings last year. Belisario is know for his fastball as it routinely touches 94 mph, but the question with Belisario is whether or not he can locate his pitches in 2014. If not, Belisario can be another Ramon ...

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Tyler Flowers Settles with White Sox on One Year Deal

Monday, Rick Hahn and the White Sox settled with catcher Tyler Flowers on a 1 year/$950,000 deal. The deal seems to facilitate yet another year of debate between Flowers and prospect Josh Phegley. Flowers was anointed to be the catcher of the future when he was acquired by the Sox from the Atlanta Braves in the Javier Vazquez deal. Phegley was brought up this year as Flowers was struggling. Phegley was raki ...

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White Sox Land Cuban Star Jose Abreu, Konerko Out?

Thursday afternoon reports broke that Jose Abreu had narrowed down his top destinations to the Red Sox, Houston Astros, and the White Sox. Shortly after the Red Sox were said to be out due to being outbid which left the Astros. Little time passed before the Astros looked to be out of it as well. Surviving a last second push from the Rangers, the White Sox had successfully outbid all others to land 26-year o ...

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Should the White Sox Pursue Curtis Granderson?

With the season ending almost a week ago, I can tell you that no fan on the South Side of Chicago was happy with the way the Pale Hose season went. 2013 saw great pitching, some young players show their high potential, and Chris Sale continue to dominate and bud into a star. However, the team's hitting and defense was among the worst in the league, and still on his first contract, Robin Ventura, may be on t ...

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Paul Konerko Wants To Continue

2013 was supposedly going to be Captain Paul Konerko's last year in Major League baseball. Things looked even more bleak as Konerko has been having one of the worst offensive seasons in his major league career. However, White Sox designated hitter Adam Dunn came out as saying there was 0% chance Konerko would retire after this season. Today Konerko told reporter Bob Nightengale that he wants to sign another ...

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White Sox Release DeWayne Wise

The White Sox have placed outfielder DeWayne Wise on waivers with the purpose of granting him his unconditional release. Wise, who has been injured for most of the 2013 campaign was resigned in the offseason to serve as the team's fourth outfielder. But the injuries and the lack of production even before his injury is leading the toward beginning their youth movement and giving younger guys a shot at the bi ...

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White Sox Acquire Avisail Garcia, 3 others for Peavy

The White Sox finally pulled the trigger on a deal sending Jake Peavy to Boston in a three team trade that also included Central division rival Detroit. Boston sent prospects J.B. Wendelken, Francellus Montas, and Cleuluis Rondon to the White Sox and top shortstop prospect Jose Iglesias to the Tigers. The Tigers sent out Avisail Garcia to the White Sox and Bryan Villareal to the Red Sox in the deal. Avisail ...

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