Konerko To Miss Third Straight StartWhite Sox first baseman Paul Konerko is once again out of the lineup Wednesday and will miss his third straight start.
Dorfman: White Sox All In... For FrustrationWatching the White Sox is like looking at an accident on an expressway. You know you shouldn’t, but you can’t help yourself.
Quentin Out, Dunn Batting Cleanup Vs TwinsSlumping outfielder Carlos Quentin is out of the White Sox lineup tonight against the Minnesota Twins. Mark Teahen is in.
Bernstein: Watching The Sox Is TortureI 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?
Holmes' Morning After Blog: 'All In' Means Making Tough DecisionsIt's time for the Sox to live up to their marketing slogan. The usual crutch of Interleague Play has netted them a 7-6 record thus far, and a grueling 19-game stretch inside the A.L. Central is on the horizon.
Humber Takes A Rare Loss, Despite Pitching WellPhil Humber isn't used to losing in a White Sox uniform. Even when he does, he pitches like an ace. Danny Espinosa hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning to lift Livan Hernandez and the Washington Nationals to a 2-1 victory over White Sox on Sunday.
White Sox Hold Off A's For 4-3 VictoryCoco Crisp was caught trying to score the tying run on a straight steal of home in the eighth inning, and the Chicago White Sox held off the Oakland Athletics 4-3 Friday night.
White Sox Begin Series In SeattleThe Chicago White Sox are in the midst of a rough patch, and things might not get easier as they travel to Seattle and face Felix Hernandez and the Mariners.
Dorfman: Ugly Start Leads To Different Era Of White Sox BaseballOn April 18, 1991, the White Sox were coming off a successful 6-1 road trip to start the season. Moreover, they were just a few months removed from a 94 win campaign when they challenged Oakland for the AL West crown.
Dorfman: 20 Years Of New Ballpark And New Era For White SoxTwenty years ago today President George W. Bush was basking in high approval ratings following the first Gulf War, Cheers was the popular TV show in the land, and a new era started for the Chicago White Sox.
Schuster: Dunn Returns To Lineup As White Sox Take On A'sThe Chicago White Sox said that Adam Dunn would miss at least five games after undergoing his appendectomy, and they were right.