Alcides Escobar hit a pair of homers off Jake Peavy, the second a go-ahead shot with two outs in the seventh inning, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago White Sox 6-3 Saturday night.
As of July 10, it looks like I was wrong. My prediction was on the high end of what everyone else was predicting and yet, it wasn’t high enough.
This is the first All-Star break in recent memory that hasn’t felt like the serene eye of a giant, swirling storm, in both good times and bad.
Jake Peavy is heading to the All-Star Game in Kansas City after all.
The White Sox may have swept the Rangers, but they lost to Texas in the vote for the final American League All-Star.
The White Sox are making a final push to get Jake Peavy to the All-Star Game Thursday and they are getting help from everyone.
Two is better than one, right?
As Jake Peavy battles for the last remaining All Star spot in the MLB Final Vote, the White Sox are doing whatever they can to get their star pitcher to Kansas City.
The White Sox are offering prizes for fans who vote Peavy to this year’s All-Star Game.
So much for the quiet. It was a lot to digest in one Sunday. Thank goodness for the shortened holiday week. And decriminalized marijuana.
Youkilis will bat second for the White Sox, with Gordon Beckham getting dropped to the No. 9 spot in the order.
The White Sox won 18 of 18 in May, but have only won one series in June. This back and forth leaves Jake Peavy searching for his team’s definition.
Travis Wood pitched six strong innings for his first win as a starter in more than a year, and the Chicago Cubs beat the White Sox 2-1 on Tuesday night even though Jake Peavy went the distance.
Lance Lynn struck out a career-high 12 to stay tied for the major league lead in wins and Carlos Beltran hit his NL-best 19th home run Wednesday night, sending the St. Louis Cardinals to a 1-0 victory over the White Sox that ended Chicago’s eight-game road winning streak.
The White Sox are a first place team, but is it really smart for them to go for it all this season? That’s a major question we ponder in this week’s mailbag.
There’s no reason to think Robin Ventura’s White Sox can’t keep things interesting. On the other hand, there’s no reason to believe Sox fans aren’t sitting on a heaping pile of fools’ gold.
Paul Konerko is back in the White Sox lineup after having a bone chip flushed in his wrist Tuesday.
Sale shouldn’t be allowed to go out every fifth game and pitch 7-plus innings every time he ventures to the mound the rest of the season. He is too valuable a prospect and he is still developing.
White Sox hurler Jake Peavy said Ventura has brought a calming, comfortable presence to the White Sox clubhouse.
When the season started, the White Sox appeared to have decent starting pitching, but question marks everywhere else.