The Chicago White Sox have a half-game lead over the Minnesota Twins, but it’s not for first place in the division like many expected it would be before the season started.
Before the season started, the Chicago White Sox and the Minnesota Twins were expected to battle for the AL Central title, but now they’re battling to stay out of the last place in the division.
There is no way to judge a baseball team after four games, but when glaring problems that have haunted a franchise for several seasons resurface, two words come to mind: uh-oh!
The Chicago White Sox’s opening day is quickly approaching. On Friday they’ll start their campaign to win the AL Central, and they might be the best of the three top teams in the division.
There was a time over the offseason that it looked as if Paul Konerko would be playing the 2011 season away from the Chicago White Sox.
Jesse Crain may not have been the Chicago White Sox offseason move that garnered the most headlines, but he might be as important as the rest of them.
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.
The Hitchcock girls were just out for a run Wednesday morning.
Further evidence that Ken Williams doesn’t mess around when it comes to adding to the on-the-field product was offered up by newly-signed White Sox reliever Jesse Crain on Monday.
The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on a three-year, $13-million contract with free agent relief pitcher Jesse Crain.
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 […]
Before and after every loss to the Twins this week, the White Sox players said they would not give up. Case in point: Paul Konerko getting hit in the face during Thursday night’s 8-5 loss […]
Six weeks ago, Ozzie Guillen was asked by a local Minnesota writer if the Twins were the best team he had seen this season. The White Sox manager quickly fired back a “no, because I […]
CHICAGO (AP) White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham was out of the lineup against the Minnesota Twins on Thursday and might miss a few more games because of a lingering hand problem.
The consensus among White Sox players and coaches this week was that they at least had to win the series against the Twins to stay in the division race. So now that the Twins have […]
The pain in Gordon Beckham’s hand is telling him – at times screaming at him – to go ahead and shut it down for the rest of the year. The standings, however, are telling him […]
Ozzie Guillen said it before the game and it was true during the game: The Twins are just a better team than the White Sox this season. Minnesota improved to 11-5 against the White Sox Tuesday with […]
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 […]
Whether warranted or not, it’s the storyline that has defined the 2010 season for the White Sox. Former designated hitter Jim Thome could have been in Chicago this season, but instead, he has the Minnesota […]