Gordon Beckham snapped out of a slump with three hits and the Chicago White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 7-2 on Tuesday.
I get it. We’re a month into the season and the questions you have about the White Sox are pretty much the same ones you had at the beginning of April.
Coming off a three-game sweep of the Mariners in Seattle, here is this week’s White Sox mailbag.
No phrase in baseball is used more often in the month of April than “it’s early.”
Slumping slugger Adam Dunn lined a three-run double, A.J. Pierzynski homered and the Chicago White Sox snapped a three-game slide with an 8-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night.
While Adam Dunn’s early numbers might still not be where they once were, they’re much better than they were last year.
We’re a week into the season and it’s time for our first White Sox mailbag of the year. This week address Gordon Beckham, trading Alex Rios and Hawk calling Viciedo “Tanks”.
Our first look at this team is positive, seeing solid starting pitching, a bullpen that includes some eyebrow-raising no-names, some well-timed home runs and opportune defensive highlights.
Check out these photos of Gordon Beckham live in the 670 The Score studio.
J.D. Martinez hit a two-run homer and Brian Bogusevic added a solo shot for the Houston Astros, who played the Chicago White Sox to a 5-5 tie on Wednesday in the final exhibition game for both teams.
After spending a week at spring training in Arizona, I’ve come to a number of conclusions regarding the White Sox. Here are my thoughts on the team and my final verdict for the season.
Zack Greinke struggled in his final outing of spring training, allowing six runs over three innings in the Milwaukee Brewers’ 13-7 win over the Chicago White Sox on Monday at Camelback Ranch.
Jake Peavy isn’t exactly denying the White Sox mishandled him, but he’s also putting a lot of blame on himself.
Jake Peavy threw five hitless innings in his best outing of the spring and the Chicago White Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 5-0 on Saturday.
The White Sox have agreed to one-year contracts with 24 players, including second baseman Gordon Beckham, catcher Tyler Flowers and starting pitcher Chris Sale.
Chemistry and camaraderie are extremely important to winning in baseball, if you believe most players.
Entering the 2011 season, the White Sox were the consensus favorite to win the American League Central. One year later, however, it’s a completely different story.
If the White Sox harbor any hopes for rebounding from a terrible season last year they will need bounce back years from Jake Peavy, Adam Dunn, Alex Rios and Gordon Beckham.
Peavy is clearly frustrated with how his career with the White Sox has gone, admitting that he came to the White Sox injured and has pretty much had something hurting ever since.
Consider the White Sox a dangerous dark horse in 2012. To get you ready for the off-season, here are five burning White Sox questions for the winter.