Joe Cowley

Ozzie Guillen. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Cowley, Spiegs Do Battle Over Ozzie-Kenny

Sun-Times sports columnist Joe Cowley called into Matt Spiegel this morning to settle a simmering dispute between the two.


Ozzie Guillen and Kenny Williams. (Photos By Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Cowley: Last Kenny-Ozzie ‘Blowup’ Was About Juan Pierre

After breaking the news that the relationship between Ozzie Guillen and Kenny Williams was “beyond repair”, Sun-Times columnist Joe Cowley joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show Tuesday and went into more detail on the situation.

CBS Chicago–08/30/2011

Kenny Williams

Cowley: ‘Bizarre Decisions’ Have Been Made By Williams

As the White Sox continue to struggle through the season, a lot of discussion has started as to where the blame should fall. Recent comments by Ozzie Guillen and Ken Williams make it sound like they feel the other is to blame.

670 The Score–07/10/2011

Kenny Williams

Cowley: Williams Needs To Find A Plan For White Sox

Before this season, the Chicago White Sox did something uncharacteristic to the organization, they went out and spent a lot of money to make themselves a contender.

670 The Score–07/03/2011

Adam Dunn

Cowley: Dunn Is ‘Obviously Mentally Beaten’

Adam Dunn’s struggles have been well chronicled this season. Normally one of the most consistent hitters in baseball, Dunn is nowhere near the pace to hit his season averages.

670 The Score–06/27/2011

Jake Peavy

Peavy As Closer ‘Not Out Of The Realm Of Possibility’

As Phil Humber continues to have success as a starting pitcher and Jake Peavy continues to struggle to stay healthy, the notion of moving Peavy to the team’s closer may start to build some merit and some momentum among fans.

670 The Score–06/13/2011

Dayan Viciedo

When Will The White Sox Consider Roster Moves?

The Chicago White Sox slowly, but surly, pulled themselves up front the bottom of the AL Central division to a point where they could potentially make a run if a few things go their way.

670 The Score–06/10/2011

Kenny Williams

White Sox Need To Get Back To ‘Grinder Mentality’

Over the offseason, the White Sox made a big push to sign Adam Dunn while also bringing back Paul Konerko and A.J. Pierzynski. When the team was able to do all that and looked like a championship caliber team, GM Kenny Williams got plenty of credit.

670 The Score–06/06/2011

Alex Rios

All White Sox Need From Dunn And Rios Is Their ‘Track Record’

There seems to be a quiet optimism among Chicago White Sox fans that their team will dig themselves out of the hole they put themselves in and compete for the division title.

670 The Score–06/03/2011

Edwin Jackson

Is Jackson A ‘Likely Trade Candidate’ For White Sox?

The Chicago White Sox’s “All In” approach to the 2011 season hasn’t gone as planned. At 27-31, and third in the AL Central, the team will have some difficult decisions to make as the trade deadline nears.

670 The Score–06/02/2011

Adam Dunn

Cowley: It Might Just Take Dunn ‘One At-Bat’ To Break Out

The Chicago White Sox had a big offseason, largely due to the signing of free agent slugger Adam Dunn. The idea of Dunn in a lineup with Paul Konerko and Alexei Ramirez got fans excited, but the lineup fans expected hasn’t fully materialized.

670 The Score–05/27/2011

Adam Dunn and Gordon Beckham

White Sox’s True Identity Might Not Be Seen Until June

The White Sox got off to a horrific start to the 2011 season, but seem to have turned things around, winning their last five series. Sitting eight games back of the Indians which is the truer version of the White Sox: early season or the last five series?

670 The Score–05/20/2011

Miami Heat

Cowley: Bulls Took Game 1 In A ‘Tap Out Game’

At halftime of the Sunday night’s game, the Chicago Bulls and the Miami Heat were tied with 48 points apiece. But when time expired at the end of the fourth quarter, the Heat were looking at an ugly 21-point loss.

670 The Score–05/16/2011

Chicago Bulls

Coaching Will Be The Difference In Bulls-Hawks Series

The Chicago Bulls’ 100-88 loss to the Atlanta Hawks raised some questions and concerns as the series now shifts back to Chicago, all knotted up at two games apiece.

670 The Score–05/09/2011

Chicago White Sox

Cowley: No Quick Fix For White Sox

The Chicago White Sox are an unimpressive 10-16 and rank in the bottom half of Major League Baseball in most offensive and pitching statistics.

670 The Score–04/29/2011

Ozzie Guillen

Where Does Ozzie Rank Among AL’s Best Managers?

In his eighth season as manager of the Chicago White Sox, Ozzie Guillen has a 607-543 record, two division titles, two playoff appearances and one World Series title.

670 The Score–04/18/2011

Gordon Beckham

Good Starts For Quentin And Beckham Are Key

Paul Konerko, Adam Dunn and Alex Rios are going to be big parts of the Chicago White Sox’s success this season. But equally important might be the play of Carlos Quentin and Gordon Beckham.

670 The Score–04/04/2011

Paul Konerko

It Starts With Konerko On South Side

The Chicago White Sox have high expectations coming in to the 2011 season, that’s what happens when the front office has an aggressive offseason.

670 The Score–04/01/2011

Jake Peavy

Peavy’s Tendinitis A Blessing In Disguise?

When the Chicago White Sox break their spring training camp they’ll do so with only 11, opposed to their usual 12 pitchers. But when Jake Peavy returns, that number might have to go back to what it normally is.

670 The Score–03/28/2011

Brent Morel

Cowley: There Was Never A Competition For Third Base

On Thursday, the Chicago White Sox named Brent Morel their starting third baseman. While it seems as if Morel beat out Mark Teahen based on their spring training performances, the job may have been decided much sooner.

670 The Score–03/25/2011