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White Sox Swept By Tribe, Orioles Fly Into Town

So the White Sox were slept into oblivion in a three game set with the division rival Cleveland Indians. Believe me folks it wasn't pretty. Quite frankly, I don't even think the Indians' series is worth the characters I'm about to type to tell you about it but here it goes. The series started with a double header in Chicago. The first game saw former top Arizona prospect Trevor Bauer face our overly twitter ...

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White Sox Muster Up Win in Series Loss to Tribe

The White Sox will limp out of Progressive Field with a victory in hand, but not before seeing that the team has a lot to work on if they want to contend in the AL Central. The Indians are a good team that apparently can pitch as they did not give up more than four runs to the Sox all series. However, the Indians did have an error in every game of the series which tells me that the Sox are missing chances t ...

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Sox @ Cleveland

The opening game features Gavin Floyd and Carlos Carrasco. Carrasco is 0-1 this year vs. the sox with a 9.45 ERA and has been less than stellar at home posting a 6.35 ERA in 8 games at progressive field. After a solid June, earning a 1.90, Carrasco has lost all 3 games in July posting a 9.00 ERA. As we have come to expect Gavin has been a rollercoaster pitching well in two of his three last starts, but earn ...

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If 7-1 Isn’t Good Enough, Then Nothing Is

To start off this 10 game road trip the Sox are currently on, they have won 7 of the first 8 games.  With 2 to go, the Sox can post the first ever 9-1 road trip in team history. Sounds good right? Wrong. While the Sox have been doing this, the Twins, who happen to have a 3.5 (soon to be 4.5) game lead on the Sox have matched everything the Sox have done.  During the Sox 6 game win streak, the Twins won 5 of ...

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Three Days, Three Home Runs, Three Huge Wins

The White Sox started out this 10 game 11 day road trip with a three game stint with their 2010 nemesis the Cleveland Indians.  On Monday it was Brent Lillibridge, Tuesday, A.J. Pierzysnki, and Wednesday, Paul Konerko. Three critical home runs, all coming at the most important times in the particular games, and all leading the Sox on their way to three key victories to start this trip. The hoopla surroundin ...

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Intra-Division Games Will Determine AL Central

The Sox started the 2010 season just 2-7 against the division.  As they moved into May, the record jumped to 5-4.  June 4-5, and July 4-3.  With a plethora of divisional games remaining, the Sox must pick up the pace against these teams if they want to qualify for the post season. This month they are already 2-1, and with 15 more games this month against the AL Central, the Sox have got to keep up the good ...

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