I wish I knew which train was carrying the dirty bomb. Trust me, I’d have told you. Nuclear launch codes? Sure. Um…Tango, Echo, five, seven, Foxtrot, seven, niner? No? Can I try again?
Mark Buehrle gave up just three hits over seven innings, but was out-dueled by Minnesota’s Nick Blackburn as the White Sox lost to the Twins 1-0 on Thursday.
The Chicago White Sox and the Minnesota Twins were supposed to compete for the AL Central title, after rough starts for both teams, the White Sox have been able to climb up the standings, but it’s not the same case with the Twins.
Former Minnesota Twin and baseball Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew has died at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., after battling esophageal cancer. He was 74.
Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew was diagnosed with esophageal cancer back in December. On Friday, he announced that has settled in for the final days of his life saddening friends and fans of the former Minnesota Twin.
After being swept by their division rival, the White Sox fell into last place in the AL Central division and have an abysmal 11-21 record. But the team isn’t making any excuses for their disappointing season.
The only proper way to render what that was last night would be to have it painted in oil by Bruegel the Elder and hung in the Prado.
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.
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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 […]