After the Chicago White Sox loss to the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday, 670 A.M. the Score broadcasters Ed Farmer and Darin Jackson indicated that GM Kenny Williams is likely going to be on the phone exploring ways to fix the back end of his bullpen. As the Sox blew another two-run lead in the ninth, it is obvious something needs to change. Just two days after White Sox manager … [Read more...] about Chicago White Sox to Trade For a Closer?
Going after pitcher Jake Peavy in 2009 proved that the White Sox are serious about getting their ace in what has become an ace-happy league. This is something that their rivals, cough, cough – the Minnesota Twins, have refused to do. No, Minnesota, it’s been four years, Francisco Liriano is not an ace. Of course, the deal has been a major bust so far, as Peavy cannot stay … [Read more...] about Chicago White Sox: Offseason Additions and Subtractions
Wow. Just Wow! Welcome to Major League Baseball coverage in the era of social media and idiots with no inhibitions. Chicago White Sox, welcome to damage control. Bobby Jenks conveyed some classlessness, bitterness and angst about the way he was treated while a member of the White Sox. And Manager Ozzie Guillen's son, Oney displayed plenty of childish vitriol, horrible … [Read more...] about Bobby Jenks, Oney Guillen Bring Junior High Level Drama to White Sox
If you’re a Chicago White Sox fan, football season may have just started for you this past weekend. If it hasn’t yet, I’m sure you took another step in that direction after last night’s soul-crushing and nausea-inducing last-inning loss. Just in case you didn’t get enough amebic dysentery in baseball form versus Detroit, Tuesday night’s blown save at Target Field made you even … [Read more...] about Bobby Jenks’ Failure creates Downward Spiral of White Sox Season
By: H. Jose Bosch For three years prior to this season, the Detroit Tigers relied upon closer Todd Jones. Well, if by relied upon you also mean suffered through. His performances were so vomit-inducing; he even earned the moniker “The Roller Coaster.” And if he hadn’t looked like any of the fat slobs who play in a softball beer league (a.k.a. any of us), we probably would’ve … [Read more...] about Fernando Rodney: Bad For Your Health, Good for the Tigers