Former Chicago Cubs pitcher Greg Maddux and White Sox slugger Frank Thomas were named to the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot on Tuesday.
White Sox fans will always love him, as they should.
Former Cubs and White Sox greats Greg Maddux and Frank Thomas are likely to be inducted into the Hall in their first year on the ballot
Retired Chicago White Sox slugger Frank Thomas feels even better about his career after watching steroids-tainted stars Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Roger Clemens fail to gain entry to the Hall of Fame.
I don’t idolize athletes, and I don’t encourage others—kids or otherwise—to do so either.
White Sox legend Frank Thomas took some time to drop by The McNeil and Spiegel Show today.
Apparently the man who made a career hitting home runs on the South Side is now trying his hand in the beverage industry.
With former White Sox hitting coach Greg Walker out the door with Ozzie Guillen, one former Sox slugger is throwing his name in the hat.
The Chicago White Sox have unveiled a statue in the outfield concourse to honor former slugger Frank Thomas.
The White Sox will unveil a sculpture of legendary slugger Frank Thomas before Sunday’s game against the Boston Red Sox.
Paul Konerko will pass Frank Thomas and become the White Sox’s all-time home run leader. And that’s just the beginning.
Adam Dunn’s well documented struggles are surprising to most people, but not Frank Thomas.
Frank Thomas has always maintained he never took steroids and for the most part, he’s been one of the few sluggers from the steroid era who is believed to be clean.
On April 18, 1991, the White Sox were coming off a successful 6-1 road trip to start the season. Moreover, they were just a few months removed from a 94 win campaign when they challenged Oakland for the AL West crown.
Former Chicago White Sox legend Frank Thomas has a career .301 batting average, but if he hadn’t spent so much time as a designated hitter, he thinks it could have been much higher.
Here’s a list of some of the best places to spot celebrities in Chicago. Look out, paparazzi!
Former White Sox star Frank Thomas has settled his long-standing legal battle with a group of doctors that allegedly misdiagnosed an injury back in 2004.
Frank Thomas knows a thing or two about hits and records. These days the retired Sox slugger is trying to make hit records. As CBS 2′s Ryan Baker reports, the “Big Hurt” believes he’s going to hit home runs in the music business.
Manny Ramirez is a clown, but he’s a clown who can still hit when he wants to. Details are being finalized regarding the terms of the waiver deal, and it appears the moody slugger is on the […]
By ANDREW SELIGMAN, AP Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago White Sox gave The Big Hurt a big honor on Sunday, retiring Frank Thomas’ number before a game against the New York Yankees. Thomas fought […]