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Chicago sports Halloween costume roundup!

It's Halloween and that means we will get our fair share of some awesome Chicago sports-themed costumes. With many storylines involving Chicago sports this year, we are expecting some interesting options. Lets take a look at what we have spotted so far: Marc Trestman alert! Extra points for being creative with the Gatorade! https://twitter.com/_mISS_sANDY_/status/528236117498552320 The Long brothers! https: ...

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Early Chicago Baseball lines on Bovada

With the World Series ending last night, the early odds for next year have already released. Bovada's future odds have been updated today and there has already been some movement within minutes for one Chicago team. The Cubs were at 50/1 odds earlier this morning but have since moved to 33/1. Those odd's have to be impacted by the news of Joe Maddon yesterday. Meanwhile, the White Sox open at 40/1 today. Th ...

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White Sox trade Adam Dunn to A’s

The Adam Dunn era is officially over in Chicago. Today the White Sox traded the 34-year-old first baseman/designated hitter to the Oakland Athletics for minor league pitcher Nolan Sanburn. Dunn will now have a shot at making the playoffs for the first time in his career. Dunn hit 20 home runs with a .220 average this season for the White Sox and is expected to be slotted into the middle of the A's order. Th ...

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White Sox promote Carlos Rodon to Triple-A

Will we see first round pick Carlos Rodon at the major league level with the White Sox this season? It's very possible. The White Sox announced they have promoted the left-hander to Triple-A Charlotte, which gets him one step close to the major leagues. Rodon was selected No. 3 overall by the White Sox in the June draft and pitched in both Rookie League and Single-A. He joins Charlotte in a starting role. W ...

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Frank Thomas Enshrined as One of Baseball’s Immortals

The date was May 15th, 2004 and I was 10 years old. My dad and I walked through the underpass just past parking lot G to experience US Cellular Field emerge from the cold, damp surrounding that enclosed us, as if there was an actual light at the end of the tunnel. Soon, shouts of “Peanuts!”  “Hot Dogs!” and “Cubs Suck T-Shirts!” quickly passed in and out of my head. “Today” I thought to myself, “Is going to ...

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Chris Sale wins Final Vote; Will be in All-Star Game

It looks like Chris Sale will be in Minnesota after-all. The Chicago White Sox pitcher was snubbed during the initial roster but has won the "Final Vote" contest and will be on the American League roster. Sale won the All-Star MVP during last years game at Citi Field in New York. He will join teammates Jose Abreu and Alexei Ramirez who are making their first trips to the game. White Sox fans showed their su ...

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Jose Abreu, Alexei Ramirez named to MLB All-Star Game

The White Sox rookie adds another honor to his impressive rookie season. Jose Abreu was named to the MLB All-Star Game and will represent the Chicago White Sox for the American League. The 27-year-old rookie is hitting .276 with 27 home runs and 69 RBI's for the White Sox this season. He's currently on pace to hit 50 home runs this year. It could be the first of many All-Star selections for Abreu. Another W ...

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The future of the White Sox pitching staff

By Joshua Chapman i65 Sports With the third overall pick in the 2014 MLB draft, the Chicago White Sox selected Carlos Rodon from North Carolina State. Getting Rodon was considered a huge steal for the organization, as he was projected to be the number one pick last year. Rodon is considered the most MLB ready of all the pitchers in the draft, as well possibly the entire draft class. It’s possible that he se ...

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Will White Sox Saturday struggles continue, Eaton returns

The White Sox calls in their ace in the hole in star pitcher Chris Sale in hopes to finally come out with a win on a Saturday when the team go head to head with the Toronto Blue Jays (45-37). Sale was coming off of an injury before his last two starts in which his pitches have been hit more than usual in which he allowed 11 hits which is the pitchers career high as well as a career low of three K's in six i ...

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Pitching could cost the White Sox in long run

By Joshua Chapman When looking across the landscape of MLB contenders, one notices a very particular pattern: great pitching. From the A’s to the Dodgers, from the Tigers to the Nationals, every serious contender has a good pitching staff, from the starters to the bullpen. For as long as I can remember, the White Sox have had good starting pitching. The bullpen? Well that changes from year to year, but the ...

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