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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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Checkmate: Royals Take Two of Three from Sox

The White Sox have continued to disappoint as of late, and are still sitting in last place in the AL Central. This past series with the Royals was immensely important to the Pale Hose because they needed to start making up ground against their division foes all across the board. However, the White Sox simply are not doing well. They remain close to last in almost all offensive categories, and players who ca ...

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White Sox Slide Past Rays 5-2

Since I did not write a series preview for all of our avid readers, I will attempt to break down every game of this series instead. Coming off of a two game split with the Cleveland Indians, the perennial contenders in the AL East, the Tampa Bay Rays came to town for a three game set. The White Sox really need to get back on track and win some games to ensure they stay competitive this year and they had a g ...

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White Sox swept by Bryce Harper, Nationals

Just as easily as a dust bunny is swept into the garbage, the White Sox were swept out of the District of Columbia on Thursday night. The White Sox offense was surprisingly lively during the series that featured Gio Gonzalez, Jordan Zimmerman, & Dan Haren, Sox fans can be happy about that. However, with that decent display of offense Sox fans also saw their starting pitching fail them. Jake Peavy gave u ...

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Seattle Mariners at Chicago White Sox Series Review

The Sox come out of the series with yet another series win, this time against the Seattle Mariners. The Sox dropped the first game, which saw Jose Quintana do fairly well up until the top of the fifth inning. In the fifth, things went completely south for the left-hander as he gave up five runs in the inning. The five run lead was too much for the Sox to overcome though they eventually rallied, and the Mari ...

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Fire Clinch Playoff Berth for First Time Since 2009!

The Fire entered the 2012 with high expectations after a late season surge in 2011 that resulted in the team almost qualifying for the playoffs after having been sitting in last in the conference for much of the season.  The surge, led by newcomers Sebastian Grazzini and Pavel Pardo in the midfield and Dominic Oduro, whom the team traded for after their first game of the season, whose resurgence into one of ...

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