One member of the White Sox has a lot of insight into how the Twins have been able to win six of the last nine AL Central titles.
Adam Dunn’s 0-for-4 game, including three strikeouts, in Monday night’s loss to the Cubs is something that White Sox fans are getting familiar with.
It’s a safe bet to say that, at times, Ozzie Guillen can be a distraction for a team. Whether it’s Twitter messages from him son or calling the Minnesota Twins “a bunch of midgets,” there’s rarely a dull moment. But he also has the unwavering loyalty of his players.
John Danks has allowed four or fewer runs in seven of his last 10 starts, but until Monday night, didn’t have a win on the season.
A busy weekend ends with thoughts on Peavy, Zambrano and the Big Ten Championship Game. Also, LeBron James handles a tough question brilliantly.
The Chicago White Sox have won seven of their last 10 games, but still find themselves 10 games back of the Cleveland Indians. But if Chicago wants to contend for the AL Central title, they can’t focus on the standings.
The Chicago White Sox have a half-game lead over the Minnesota Twins, but it’s not for first place in the division like many expected it would be before the season started.
Paul Konerko homered twice and Mark Buehrle pitched 6 2-3 scoreless innings to lead the Chicago White Sox to a 6-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Monday night.
An important element of Ozzie Guillen’s managerial skills can get lost amongst the Tweeting, press conference rants and on-field antics. Despite all of the distractions, Guillen has the loyalty and respect of his players.
The Chicago White Sox lost their fifth consecutive game when the Rays knocked them off 5-0 on Monday night. Although it’s still early in the season, the White Sox are now five games back of the AL Central lead.
For the most part, things have gone pretty well for the Chicago White Sox this season, but one area of rising concern remains to be the team’s bullpen, and closer Matt Thornton.
Ten games into a major-league season is no time to declare a crisis. There will be normalization of underperformance, just as there is in the other direction. In time, players will be who they are.
Matt Thornton hasn’t got off to the best start for the 2011 season. In his 3.1 innings pitched, he’s allowed seven hits and walked two and given up six runs, although only one of them was earned.
Just three games into the season, and it’s the Chicago White Sox offense that’s stealing most of the attention, but that’s not due to under-performing starting pitching.
A.J. Pierzynski has a reputation of being a player you hate to play against, but love as a teammate. Well newly acquired Jesse Crain is going to find out just how true that really is.
Spring training is just starting to pick up some steam. Over the course of the the next month of games, players will look to make the adjustments and prepare themselves for the long 162-game season.
Jesse Crain may not have been the Chicago White Sox offseason move that garnered the most headlines, but he might be as important as the rest of them.
The White Sox rivalry against the Twins is an old one. With relief pitcher Jesse Crain leaving the Twins to join the black and white, things could get interesting for the pitcher.
Further evidence that Ken Williams doesn’t mess around when it comes to adding to the on-the-field product was offered up by newly-signed White Sox reliever Jesse Crain on Monday.
The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on a three-year, $13-million contract with free agent relief pitcher Jesse Crain.