Juan Pierre

Juan Pierre

Stone: White Sox Can’t Give Away Games They Have In Hand

The Chicago White Sox have one of the most powerful offenses in the American League, as well as one of the best pitching staffs. But their defense has committed 13 errors on the season, and led to them losing games.

670 The Score–04/13/2011

Alexei Ramirez

Schuster: Sox Bounce Back

Alexei Ramirez smokes cigars anyway but after hitting a pair of home runs including the game winner the one he lit up was a victory cigar.

CBS Chicago–04/12/2011

Matt Thornton

Rongey: Breathe Normally

We’re 6% of the way through the White Sox season. Ten games in and a record of 6 and 4.

670 The Score–04/12/2011

Chris Sale

Shepkowski: Consider Me ‘Sold’ On White Sox Closer Change

Close games have not gone the White Sox way early in 2011, losing both one-run contests they’ve been in this year after falling 2-1 to the Oakland Athletics on Monday night.

670 The Score–04/12/2011

Matt Thornton

Bernstein: Sox Bullpen Off To Bad Start

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.

670 The Score–04/12/2011

Juan Pierre

Schuster: Ground Hog Day For The White Sox

It was deja vu all over again for the White Sox as they dropped a 2-1 decision to the Oakland A’s. Just like the script in the movie, “Ground Hog Day” the bad episode keeps repeating.

CBS Chicago–04/11/2011

Gordon Beckham

More Aggressive Beckham Finding Success At The Plate

Gordon Beckham’s disappointing 2010 season has been attributed to losing his confidence at the plate, but there’s also reason to believe that getting away from his approach contributed to it as well.

670 The Score–04/11/2011

Juan Pierre and Gordon Beckham

Pierre, Beckham Leading The Way For White Sox

Through the first nine games of the 2011 season, the Chicago White Sox have one of the most productive offenses in all of baseball, and a lot of that has to do with their No. 1 and No. 2 hitters.

670 The Score–04/11/2011

Mark Buehrle

White Sox Open Series With A’s

Mark Buehrle looks to reverse his recent struggles against the Oakland A’s on Monday night. And with the A’s recent offensive struggles this might be the best time to do so.

670 The Score–04/11/2011

John Danks

Danks And White Sox Take On Winless Rays

The Chicago White Sox and Tampa Bay Rays are pretty much polar opposites offensively right now. So when the two teams square off at U.S. Cellular Field, the Rays will be faced with a tough task of getting their first win.

670 The Score–04/08/2011

Adam Dunn

Dunn’s Big Day Leads White Sox In Opener

The Chicago White Sox’s offensive power was on full display during their Opening Day victory over the Cleveland Indians.

670 The Score–04/01/2011

Paul Konerko

Konerko Hits Slam, White Sox Foil Lester, Bosox

CHICAGO (AP) — Paul Konerko hit a grand slam that wrecked Jon Lester’s bid for his 20th win, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Boston Red Sox 8-2 Thursday night in a game delayed […]

670 The Score–10/01/2010

Kotsay Says DH-By-Committee Didn’t Fail

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Mark Kotsay wasn’t about to apologize for his 2010 season. Does the veteran designated-hitter/infielder wish he could have had a better start to the year? Absolutely. Maybe then what’s left of this […]


Juan Pierre Steals 500th Base

Juan Pierre has stolen the 500th base in his major league career. It happened in the first inning of today’s White Sox game against the Detroit Tigers. Pierre led off the game with a single, […]


Pierre’s First HR in Two Years, Sox Win By 10 and the Day is Only Half Over

DETROIT — Juan Pierre hit his first home run in almost two years, Alex Rios and Dayan Viciedo also connected and the Chicago White Sox routed the Detroit Tigers 12-2 Tuesday in the first game […]


Of What Are You Afraid?

Stop this. Stop this small-town garbage about not improving a first-place team, because it might hurt feelings.  If I read one more spineless column or listen to one more idiot caller fearful of “upsetting” the […]


Home Sweet Home

Home cooking to the rescue again. The White Sox returned home Monday night and picked up where they left off from their last home stand. A 6-1 victory over the Mariners makes it 8 straight […]


Zambrano Suspended Indefinitely

Carlos Zambrano lost it Friday and his future with the Cubs may be bordering on lost as well.  After giving up a leadoff double to Juan Pierre down the first-base line, a double to Alex […]