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Where the White Sox stand at the break

Well here we are at the All-Star break and while they may not have taken the most traditional route to get there, the White Sox are about where I thought they would be. At present, they sit two games over the .500 mark at 45-43.  They came up one win short of the benchmark I set for them a few weeks ago of hitting the break at 46-42 by losing two of three at home to the lowly Braves to stumble into the brea ...

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Chicago White Sox prospect Carson Fulmer looks promising in MLB Futures game

Entering the All-Star break at 45-43, the Chicago White Sox aren’t ready to call an end to the season just yet. After the hot streak they started the 2016 season with began to cool down, they were able to win 12 of the final 19 games in the first half of the season. If the Sox are going to have any success through the second 88 games, improvements will have to start on the mound. Carson Fulmer could become ...

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MLB All-Star Game: Chris Sale to start for American League

Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura stated in the past that he hoped Chris Sale would get the start for the American League in the 2016 MLB All-Star Game. Now that option became a reality. American League manager Ned Yost announced that Sale would be the starter for the American League when they take on the National League in San Diego. It will be Sale's fifth All-Star Game, but his first start. He was ...

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Todd Frazier gets in some batting practice for the derby

Todd Frazier was able to get in a little swinging practice for the Home Run Derby Saturday afternoon against the Atlanta Braves. He smacked a two-run jack out of the yard in the second inning, giving him 25 homers on the season. Saturday made the second game in a row with a home run for Frazier, who looks to defend his Home Run Derby crown Monday night at Petco Park. He also swung the bat for a double and f ...

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White Sox add minor league pitcher

If the Chicago White Sox are going to make any kind of a postseason push throughout the second half of the season, the bullpen is going to have to make some major adjustments. The White Sox put some effort into the situation Friday by making a minor league deal with Ryan Webb. Throughout 17 1/3 innings with the Rays organization, Webb had accumulated an ERA of 5.19 before being let go. He has built a name f ...

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MLB All-Star Game: Chris Sale named to AL Roster

After racking up 14 wins in his first 17 starts, Chicago White Sox starter Chris Sale is headed to the 2016 MLB All-Star Game. Sale is the only White Sox player to be named to the MLB All-Star Game and will make his fifth-straight appearance. The lefty has been dominant again with a 14-2 record and a 2.93 ERA. He's also struck 118 batters, putting him on pace to go over 200 for the fourth-straight season. h ...

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Top 15 Chicago Retro jerseys to own for this summer

No matter who you are, or what your wardrobe looks like, if you’re a Chicago sports fan having a few retro jerseys in your collection is a must. Summer is the perfect time to rock these sweet throwbacks with the weather being nice out. You can rock them pretty much anywhere. Whether you're at the beach, walking around the city or even at a sporting event, you can't go wrong. Wear the right one and you might ...

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White Sox continue to struggle against AL Central

It should go without saying that if you want to win, or even compete within your division, you need to beat your division opponents.  Sure you can break even against the division and beat up on the other teams in your league and do well in interleague play, but beating your division rivals is really the key to being a factor in the race. This is something the White Sox have failed at over the last several y ...

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James Shields has been anything but the answer for the Chicago White Sox

Has anything gone right for the Chicago White Sox this year? Let me rephrase that. Has anything after their 23-10 start gone right for the White Sox this year? The short answer is no, going 11-26 since that hot start. The longer answer is that the Sox probably need a top to bottom organizational change with Rick Hahn maybe being the only safe person in all of this. The farm system doesn't hold a ton of prom ...

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For the White Sox, it’s now or never

This is it for the Chicago White Sox. I know it’s not even the last week of June but there is no way to avoid it.  They have already given back all the wiggle room they banked at the start of the season with a tremendously bad 10-26 stretch heading into this week’s series in Boston. They have until the All-Star break to prove to their front office, their fans, and to themselves that they will be a factor fo ...

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