Cooper: 'We Just Need A Win'The Chicago White Sox losing streak has reached seven games. And over the course of this slump, Chicago hasn't been able to score more than four runs in a game.
White Sox Power Leads To SlumpsOver the first nine games of the 2011 season, the Chicago White Sox were 6-3 and averaged 6.9 runs scored per game. However, over the last seven games they've gone 1-6 and scored just 2.6 runs per game.
More Aggressive Beckham Finding Success At The PlateGordon Beckham's disappointing 2010 season has been attributed to losing his confidence at the plate, but there's also reason to believe that getting away from his approach contributed to it as well.
Pierre, Beckham Leading The Way For White SoxThrough the first nine games of the 2011 season, the Chicago White Sox have one of the most productive offenses in all of baseball, and a lot of that has to do with their No. 1 and No. 2 hitters.
Breaking Down Dunn's RecoveryLate Tuesday night, White Sox slugger Adam Dunn had to undergo an emergency appendectomy. While that may seem like a very serious condition for Dunn, he'll likely only miss five games.
Confidence, Time Key To Beckham's ImprovementGordon Beckham's time in the major leagues has been a roller coaster, But there's reason to believe that this year, and the rest of his career, will be all positive.
Good Starts For Quentin And Beckham Are KeyPaul Konerko, Adam Dunn and Alex Rios are going to be big parts of the Chicago White Sox's success this season. But equally important might be the play of Carlos Quentin and Gordon Beckham.
Offense Shows Potential Through Opening SeriesNot only did the 2011 season open the way many expected it to for the Chicago White Sox, it also gave a glimpse at what could be this season.