Let’s be honest White Sox fans, despite our place in the standings, the Detroit Tigers have owned the Chicago White Sox this year in every sense of the word. The Tigers have swept the Sox in back-to-back series, crushed us in home attendance and since the beginning of the season have received all of the attention, praise and post season backing from media outside of Chicago. … [Read more...] about White Sox Fans Need to Show Up or Shut Up for Tigers Series
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A week into the 2012 season it is apparent that a new era has begun on the south side of Chicago. After several months of anticipation, White Sox fans finally had their chance to witness the team and the many new additions to the ballpark firsthand. This was our time to see a rebuilding team, to say goodbye to some of our favorite players and to formally embrace a new … [Read more...] about Chicago White Sox Opening Day U.S. Cellular Field Review
North side vs. South side. Red & Blue vs. Black & White. "All In" vs. "It's a Way of Life." This is the Crosstown Classic, a series that divides households, neighborhoods, and an entire city for six of baseball's 162 games every year. The Cubs travel south Monday to face the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field for the first three games of the series. With both teams … [Read more...] about Crosstown Rivalry Renewed: White Sox vs. Cubs 2011 Begins TONIGHT!
His number 35 may have been retired on Sunday, but the many stories of “The Big Hurt” Frank Thomas, the greatest hitter in White Sox history, will live on forever. As evident by the sellout crowd at U.S. Cellular Field, who lined up outside as early as 8:00 a.m. to get a bobble head in his likeness and see his induction into White Sox immortality, the name Frank Thomas and … [Read more...] about Frank Thomas: The Greatest White Sox Hitter Ever
As we creep ever closer to the September 1st waiver trade deadline, the Chicago White Sox have some tough decisions to make. They sit 4.5 games in back of the Twins, with arguably a tougher schedule remaining: ten games alone against the Yankees and Red Sox and another west coast road trip that historically has poor results. With the offense sputtering, is it time for GM … [Read more...] about Should the Chicago White Sox Get Manny Ramirez?