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Carlos Quentin Traded to San Diego

Carlos Quentin has been an important part of the White Sox since his first year with the team in 2008. He was close to being considered for the MVP that first year with the Sox, but he injured himself by hitting himself on the wrist with his own bat. Since that first season, he hasn't had nearly as good of a year. From 2008 to 2009 there was a big drop in average, but he has improved every year since 2009. ...

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Let’s Talk Lineups

Though not much has changed personnel wise as as far as the White Sox offense goes, there certainly will need to be some key decisions made by manager Ozzie Guillen for the 2011 campaign. The Sox added Adam Dunn, and will see either Brent Morel or Dayan Viciedo compete heavily for the 3rd base position.  Other than those two spots, the roster remains nearly identical to last year. So how do you line em up? ...

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Five Questions for the White Sox Off-Season

This off-season promises to be quite interesting for the White Sox. While the management situation didn't explode like some thought it would, the on field personnel could experience a large amount of turnover, including a couple of long time White Sox players. 1. Where does Quentin play? The White Sox thought they found a diamond in the rough two years ago, when Quentin was probably the AL's best player. Af ...

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Stop Losing to the Orioles!

While the Twins are in the middle of being 4-game swept by the Rangers, the Sox are falling to the Orioles, at home. Yesterday night, the White Sox won a big game cutting the division lead to 3.5 games.  Today they had a golden opportunity to make that lead 2.5.  But instead, in a matchup between perennial star Mark Buehrle, and struggling youngster Brian Matusz, the Sox fall 4-2. In one inning Konerko, Que ...

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Just Don’t Get Swept

Game 1, not so good for the White Sox.  But games 2 and 3 can go a long way to erase the debacle of tonight. But in order for the Sox to turn this series around, someone is going to have to step up.  Coming off the atrocious showing in Baltimore in which the South Siders dropped 3 games out of 4 to the worst team in baseball, game 1 of 3 in Minnesota is not what the Sox were hoping for.  However, the pitchi ...

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