All we have of actual substance for the next couple months is baseball. Cold, cruel Chicago baseball.
Jim Thome’s playing days are over, but he is returning to the White Sox organization.
There’s a chance former White Sox slugger Jim Thome could return to the team as Robin Ventura’s hitting coach, according to a report.
Alexei Ramirez’s seventh-inning single broke the game’s final tie and led Chicago to a 5-4 win over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday night, giving the White Sox a split of the day-night doubleheader.
The former White Sox slugger has accepted a trade to the Cleveland Indians from the Minnesota Twins.
The White Sox have reportedly claimed Twins outfielder/designated hitter Jason Kubel.
Could Jim Thome end up back with the White Sox? A published report seems to indicate that it’s possible.
When Jim Thome arrived at the ballpark, his pursuit of 600 home runs had been all but forgotten.
Derek Jeter stole all the headlines in pursuit of career hit 3,000. Meanwhile, no one is noticing that Jim Thome is nearing an even rarer feat.
Forget catching up to the Tigers. At this rate, the White Sox won’t be able to stay ahead of the Twins with 15 games remaining against Minnesota this season.
Minnesota has had the White Sox’s number over the last three years, but if the Sox are serious about winning this year, they need to beat the Twins.
Adam Dunn was one of the biggest free agents over the offseason. And when he signed with the Chicago White Sox he brought with him the high expectations of a $56 million contract.
The White Sox will have to deal with former player Jim Thome playing for the rival Minnesota Twins for at least one more season.
Harmon Killebrew announced today, via a statement released by the Minnesota Twins that he has been diagnosed with esophageal cancer.
KennyBall, anyone? After allowing Ozzie Guillen to realize his quixotic desire for speed and flexibility — mixing and matching his lineup and playing NL-style baseball — it appears the White Sox have come to their senses by signing prolific slugger Adam Dunn to a four-year deal worth $56 million.
Manny Ramirez hasn’t been horrible since joining the White Sox at the beginning of September, but it’s obvious that something is off with the slugger. Ramirez is batting .294 with the White Sox, but he […]
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