The Chicago White Sox announced recently that they will listen to offers for anyone on their roster with the exception of pitcher Chris Sale and first baseman Paul Konerko. In a recent question and answer session with the fans, most indicated that any player would be fair game if led to a better team in the long run. So the Sportsbank takes a look at possible locations for … [Read more...] about White Sox White Flag MLB Trade Rumors
White Sox should trade Chris Sale, everyone for right price
The Chicago White Sox have been nothing short of miserable in 2013. From a punch-less offense to losing three of four to baseball’s worst team in Houston, very little has come up White Sox. Sox GM Rick Hahn has said that the team is not looking to talk trades at this point because the team can still make a run. This would make sense if it was early May, but it is late June, and … [Read more...] about White Sox should trade Chris Sale, everyone for right price
Soxman’s Chicago White Sox Opening Day Diary
The White Sox just concluded their first home stand of the year with a winning record. Aside from pitching and homeruns defining the team thus far; another thing we know for sure is that the South Side Dark Knight Super Fan Soxman returned for his 8th White Sox opening day to pump up the fans and ring in the new year with local media. What secrets of the day does he have to … [Read more...] about Soxman’s Chicago White Sox Opening Day Diary
White Sox ace: Jake Peavy or Chris Sale?
I guess it's safe to say that this year's Chicago White Sox opening day starter, John Danks, is no longer considered the ace of the staff, what with his lackluster numbers juxtaposed against the dominating stats being put up by the youngster Chris Sale and the patched up veteran Jake Peavy. The former had a dominant, club record setting 14 Ks in one game while the latter is … [Read more...] about White Sox ace: Jake Peavy or Chris Sale?
White Sox surge into first place; why they’re here
For the first time since the last day of the 2010 season, when the White Sox finished the year 88-74, the team is six games over .500 at 28-22. The 7-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays yesterday, coupled with the Cleveland Indians loss, brought them into first place. For a team that many MLB publications predicted to lose 90 or more games this year, being in first place with June … [Read more...] about White Sox surge into first place; why they’re here