White Sox Remain In First Place As Detroit Tigers LoseThe Detroit Tigers remain one game behind the White Sox for first place in the American League Central Division, after losing to the Anaheim Angels Friday night.
White Sox Lose 7-1 To Tigers, Fall Out Of First The Chicago White Sox fell back to second place for the first time in nearly a month. It had been even longer since Chris Sale left the ballpark with a loss.
MLB Roundup: American League CentralSince Opening Day on March 30th, teams in the American League Central Division have played approximately fifty games, and already massive disparities have set in.
White Sox Are 'Running Out Time'The White Sox open officially open the second half of their season on Friday, and after the first 92 games of the season, there's significantly less optimism than there was during spring training.
White Sox Back In Action Against The TigersAfter a disappointing first half, the Chicago White Sox will likely face the biggest stretch of their season as they'll play 12 consecutive games against AL Central opponents, starting with the Detroit Tigers.
AL Central Could Become 'Four-Team Race' With Dunn ResurgenceThe Chicago White Sox will have a little more time off before they resume play on Friday against the Detroit Tigers. It'll be a series that will hopefully showcase a different Adam Dunn than was seen in the first half, because they need it to.
White Sox A 'Two-Week Streak' Away From 1st Place?The White Sox's 44-48 record through the first 92 games of the season hasn't necessarily led to optimism among their fans. And to make matters worse, they suffered a 3-1 series loss to the Twins heading into the All-Star break.
Cooper: 'We're In The Hunt' For Division TitleThe Chicago White Sox are two games under .500, but because the rest of the division is struggling as well, they find themselves just four and a half games back of the Cleveland Indians.
White Sox's Season Will 'Be Made Or Not Made' In JulyThe high expectations the White Sox had coming into this season haven't been met, that's no secret at all. But as bad as the team and individual players have been, they can still reach those expectations with good second half.
White Sox 'Still Have A Shot' At Division TitleThroughout the season, the White Sox have been plagued with an inconsistent offense and, at times, a shaky bullpen. It's their starting pitching that's kept them afloat, and can keep the season alive.
Holmes' Morning After Blog: The Dunn ConundrumThe boos are getting louder for Adam Dunn. Things are so bad that on Saturday when Dunn drew a walk, he got a standing ovation from the U.S. Cellular crowd. That's rough, but justified.
Gammons: White Sox Still Have 'Tremendous Chance' To Win DivisionAlthough it hasn't been as drastic of a turnaround as last season, the White Sox have stabilized their season after going 10-18 in April. And considering the struggles by some players, the White Sox should feel somewhat fortunate to be only 4.5 games back.
Smoltz: White Sox Are 'Still In The Mix'The White Sox were expected to compete for the American League Central title, but after slowly recovering from terrible start to the season, they find themselves two games under .500.
Stone: White Sox Need To Start Beating AL Central TeamsThe White Sox had gone 5-2 in their seven games before heading into their recent series in Minnesota and there was some optimism beginning to take hold.
When Will The White Sox Consider Roster Moves?The Chicago White Sox slowly, but surly, pulled themselves up front the bottom of the AL Central division to a point where they could potentially make a run if a few things go their way.