Be excited, White Sox and Cubs fans. You are both getting important players on your favorite teams’ rosters this week. Important doesn’t necessarily mean a cure-all, though.
As the White Sox were busy regaining first place in the AL Central, management was busy filling a hole at third base via trade. Former Red Sox, now White Sox, third baseman Kevin Youkilis was dealt during the eighth inning of the White Sox/Brewers pitchers’ duel.
The underlying theme throughout this season has been the lack of attendance from White Sox fans.
At some point a fact is a fact: the White Sox’s attendance issues are going to have an impact on what kind of improvements can be made in the next month and a half.
It seems more appropriate, and fun, to combine both rosters into one embarrassing, pathetic, and disturbing group.
In one of the developing, most interesting stories of the 2012 local baseball season, people are picking their sides.
Don’t look now, but the White Sox are suddenly just a game behind the Texas Rangers for the best record in the American League. That sure happened quickly.
Ventura is off to a great start, but he is far from a proven commodity. He has shown that he is a very comfortable manager to play for and that makes a big difference.
The 33-year-old Kevin Youkilis is certainly not the player he used to be, but could he fit in on the South Side?
It’s been interesting to look at the two fresh fish thrown into this baseball city, to slowly try to get a picture of who and what they will be.
Exactly one-week after being sent to the bullpen, general manager Kenny Williams made the announcement that Sale’s MRI came back clean and he will likely start Saturday against the Royals.
Everyone has an opinion on Chris Sale these days, mainly because no one really has any idea what’s going on with the left-hander.
After nine years as the White Sox hitting coach, Greg Walker had reached his limit on the South Side.
Chicago White Sox General Manager Kenny Williams joined Chris Rongey on Sox Weekly Saturday to discuss his first impressions of the 2012 season.
Kenny Williams and Ozzie Guillen aren’t exactly best friends, but it remains obvious that the White Sox general manager still has respect for his former manager.
White Sox general manager Kenny Williams released a statement after audio surfaced of former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams targeting several members of the San Francisco 49ers, including his son Kyle.
A judge has found a homeless man who broke into White Sox general manager Kenny Williams’ house and defrosted a lobster unfit to stand trial.
Through the first few weeks of spring training in 2012, Dunn it batting .276 (8-for-29) with four home runs and 12 RBIs.
It figures that on my first day here at Camelback Ranch, Ozzie Guillen and his sons were the hot topic.
Gavin Floyd has thrown with plenty on his shoulders before. Trade rumors — substantiated or no — don’t seem to alter the burden.