You Are Here: Home » Posts tagged "Chicago White Sox"

Cubs, White Sox to be represented in MLB Future’s Game

The MLB All-Star Future's Game is always one of the most exciting parts of the MLB All-Star Weekend. The top prospects are split up into two teams, the World Team and U.S. Team to complete against eachother. Last year Cubs super prospects Kris Bryant and Javier Baez appeared in the game with Baez slugging a monster home run. This year both the Cubs and White Sox will be represented as the rosters were annou ...

Read more

Chicago White Sox 2015 Trade Value Deadline Preview

The Chicago White Sox are in a race for dead last in the AL and as such, should undoubtedly be sellers before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. While Rick Hahn has repeatedly said that he and the organization believes in this team, sadly, their play on the field dictates moves should be made very soon. While the Sox do not have as many valuable assets as some may think, there is room for some wheeling ...

Read more

WLS AM 890 to broadcast White Sox games next season

WLS AM 890 has won the right to broadcast Chicago White Sox baseball games starting next season, according to Chicago media reporter Robert Feder. The White Sox current deal with WSCR 670 The Score expires this year and WLS has beat out the current home for the Sox as well as WGN. A deal is expected to be finalized this week with financial terms not available. Feder writes: Peter Bowen, vice president and C ...

Read more

Chris Sale upset about postgame question regarding White Sox offense

Make that eight straight losses for the Chicago White Sox after the Texas Rangers scored two runs in the ninth on Friday against closer David Robertson. With a losing streak in tact and the team reeling, tensions are starting to mount. Some fans are calling for Robin Ventura's job, while others are throwing out trade rumors since the White Sox will likely be sellers at this year's deadline. But after Friday ...

Read more

Chicago White Sox need to start considering major trades

  Champion professional sports teams are built on consistency. Just look at our Chicago Blackhawks or the San Antonio Spurs. Consistency is their calling cards. If you can consistently do your job, put in the work, function as a team and perform at your highest level as much as possible, your team will be successful. Sadly, the White Sox have been anything but. The 2015 White Sox have been defined by t ...

Read more

Chicago White Sox select pitcher Carson Fulmer in MLB Draft

The Chicago White Sox have selected pitcher Carson Fulmer out of Vanderbilt with the 8th overall pick in the 2015 MLB Draft. The Florida native was previously selected in the 15th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox and decided to attend Vanderbilt University. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkH1oTnzU34 Fulmer began his career at Vandy as a reliever, but the right-hander was moved to the rotat ...

Read more

White Sox Offseason Evaluations: Part 1

The baseball season is almost a third completed and it’s time to evaluate all the new talent that came to the South Side. This offseason was busy for Rick Hahn and the Chicago White Sox (wonder where he got it from). As I recently stated in Chicago White Sox division woes spell doom, the season has not gone exactly as planned. While the entire club is not at fault, the new guys deserve part of the blame. Le ...

Read more

Chicago White Sox division woes spell doom

While there are 162 games in the regular season, more often than not, the teams that make the playoffs have terrific records against their division foes. As I recently said in Carlos Sanchez Brings Hope to the South Side, the Sox are not expected to be playing come late October, but if they want to prove everyone wrong, they better start turning it around in the division. As of May 30, the White Sox are 12- ...

Read more

Carlos Sanchez Brings Hope to the South Side

The White Sox were not expected to make much noise this season, but since calling up 22-year-old Carlos Sanchez, there’s been good reason to watch the team over on the South Side. The Sox started the season with Micah Johnson at second. However, with three errors in 98 chances and a .969 fielding percentage, the Sox were due for a change. After sending Sanchez down in early April after making the opening da ...

Read more

Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles to play Wednesday; will be closed to public

The first two games of the Chicago White Sox series with the Baltimore Orioles have been postponed due to riots in the city of Baltimore. But Wednesdays game will be played, with a twist. The two teams will play at 2:05 p.m. ET at Camden Yards but the game will NOT be open to the public. That means no fans will be able to attend the game. Just players, coaches, MLB umpires, MLB officials, media, broadcaster ...

Read more
Scroll to top