As Chicago White Sox trade rumors become more frequent than talk of LeBron James signing with the Chicago Bulls, it’s time to hand out first quarter grades to the Chicago White Sox. As May draws to a close, the major league baseball season is 25% over. Perhaps these grades will inspire our players to get a passing grade. Maybe they can optimize summer school, … [Read more...] about Chicago White Sox 1st Qtr Report Card: Position Players
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By Paul M. Banks Say what you want about the 2010 Chicago White Sox, but at least they hold true to form. Everyone talks about how up-and-down they are, how they (warning: a cliché as painful as Jim Belushi coming) “are consistently inconsistent.” But it’s not entirely true. About 30 games into the season, they give you exactly what you expect. The Sox look terrible against … [Read more...] about Chicago White Sox can’t beat anyone half-decent
By Soxman Speed, Pitching and Defense was the Kenny Williams blueprint of success for the 2010 Chicago White Sox. The plan seemed feasible. After all it worked in 2005. He started acquiring the parts for "the project" at the end of the 2009 season and through a busy winter he acquired the best “materials” available within his budget to build a winner. … [Read more...] about Sox Win over Royals Offers Preview of “What’s Meant to Be”
By Soxman and Paul M. Banks As we are now into week three of the 2010 MLB season, White Sox fans have to be asking at this point: “What the heck is going on?” … [Read more...] about How are the White Sox this AWFUL?
By: Paul M Banks and Soxman And then there were two. The AL Central pennant race -and I use that term loosely- is heating up as our hometown heroes are the only team left in the AL Central that could conceivably give the Detroit Tigers a run at the division crown. The Sox are currently in a holding pattern just two point five games off the division leading pace. But are they … [Read more...] about Stretch Run Sox Exchange
Your Best in the Midwest Chicago White Sox Week in Review By Soxman and Paul M. Banks (SM) Well the All-Star break is over and the White Sox came out of the gate swinging, taking two of three from the Baltimore Orioles this past weekend and creeping up in the standings. While the Sox appeared to have paid their “power” bill in the HR department, our pitching … [Read more...] about The Sox Exchange