The White Sox world is in mourning after the death of legendary slugger Minnie Minoso.
“I don’t want no day,” Zimmer once said. “I want friends, to live my life the way I wanna live it.”
There’s also talk on the Bulls, the NBA lottery and the Eastern Conference Finals.
How about a day-night doubleheader, with one game at the Cell and one at Wrigley?
Nowadays, there are three common reactions to the use of advanced statistics.
Stone will share his knowledge on White Sox and Cubs on the air several times a week.
Spring training’s here, and we can see coming that which we love: baseball.
Steve Stone silenced all rumors that he would be leaving the White Sox broadcast booth when he told The Mully and Hanley Show this morning that he will “100 percent” be back.
With rumors swirling that the 2012 season may have been White Sox TV color analyst Steve Stone’s last in the booth with Ken ‘The Hawk’ Harrelson, Stone joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to address those rumors.
As the White Sox look to gain ground on the Tigers, a lingering oblique strain may keep slugger Adam Dunn on the bench.
White Sox TV play-by-play announcer Ken “Hawk” Harrelson, color analyst Steve Stone and radio play-by-play man Ed Farmer all advanced to the second round of voting for the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s 2013 Ford C. Frick Award for excellence in baseball broadcasting.
Steve Stone admitted that Sale appeared to be fatigued in Detroit, but the White Sox have a scheduled day off Thursday, which could benefit the 23-year-old left-hander.
WSCR’s White Sox broadcast duo of Ed Farmer and Darrin Jackson, and their TV counterparts Ken “Hawk” Harrelson and Steve Stone are up for the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s 2013 Ford Frick Award for broadcasting.
Among a room full of silent auction sport pieces, and supporters in favor of raising funds for the Israeli Baseball Team, were two of the most powerful men in Chicago baseball: Cubs President Theo Epstein and White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf.
It’s only a matter of time now until John Danks returns from his stint on the disabled list.
The White Sox may be sitting one half game above the Indians for first place in the A.L. Central, but their home record is cause for concern.
Hours afters news broke that Wood will likely retire after Friday’s game, Steve Stone joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to discuss Wood’s time on the North Side.
So could Epstein bring in the manager he won two World Series with in Boston — Terry Francona?
As reports continue to swirl around Chicago and Boston that Theo Epstein is indeed headed to the Cubs, one baseball analyst thinks this could be the start of a new brand of baseball in Wrigleyville.
Robin Ventura has never managed on any level before. Now, he will take over the reins of the Chicago White Sox.