Chicago White Sox

Lewis Masella - Dec 16, 2022

According to reports, free agent outfielder Andrew Benintendi has agreed to a five-year, $75 million deal with the Chicago White Sox. Jesse Rogers of ESPN first reported the signing. News: OF Andrew Benintendi is in agreement with the Chicago White Sox on a 5 year deal, sources tell ESPN. — Jesse Rogers (@JesseRogersESPN) December 16, […]

Shoeless Joe Jackson
Evan Ferguson - Sep 30, 2022

Shoeless Joe Jackson’s Legacy.   The “Black Sox” scandal of the 1919 Chicago White Sox is one of the most disappointing occurrences in the history of major league baseball. It’s a sad day whenever a player, coach, or executive compromises the integrity of the game. And having eight players conspire to throw a World Series compromises […]

Benjamin Sabin - Sep 16, 2022

Prior to their 2005 World Series victory, the Chicago White Sox hadn’t won the Series since their 1917 4 games to 2 victory over the New York Giants. During this time, the White Sox were experiencing the Curse of the Black Sox. Also known as the Curse of Shoeless Joe. Their 1917 World Series victory […]

Project Birmingham
Justin Merrlles - Sep 1, 2022

As the minor league season turns to September, prospects are focusing on finishing their seasons on a strong note. With the offseason nearing, minor league players want to build a good momentum to take into the winter. One organization, the Chicago White Sox, has decided to give their top prospects the chance to prove themselves […]

Evan Ferguson - Aug 30, 2022

Tony La Russa is on a slippery slope these days. On October 28th, 2020, a DUI case was filed against Tony La Russa for an incident in February. The next day, the Chicago White Sox hired him as their new manager. These two events all but foreshadowed how bad this hiring was. The words to […]

Cy Young
Jeremy Breland - Aug 21, 2022

The 2022 American League Cy Young Debate The 2022 AL Cy Young race is coming down to two very different pitchers whose numbers are very similar. These two pitchers are 39-year-old Justin Verlander and 26-year-old Dylan Cease. Both are the aces for their respective teams, and have been the best pitchers in the AL all […]

All-Star Relievers
Evan Thompson - Jul 19, 2022

2022 All-Star Relievers The 92nd Major League Baseball All-Star Game is Tuesday, July 19, 2022, at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. It has not been there since 1980. This season, there are 12 relievers, six from each league when including players who will not participate. Here is a detailed look at the 2022 All-Star relievers. […]

Rookie of the Year
Christopher Lyke - Jul 18, 2022

Rookie of the Year Watch: 2022 American League at the Break We have reached the mid-point of the 2022 season and now the American League Rookie of the Year watch is on. There are clear favorites and contenders. Who are the candidates for the award at season’s end? The breakdown will be done in tiers […]

White Sox Royals
Lewis Masella - Mar 1, 2022

White Sox 4, Royals 1 (This game was the result of a simulation done through What If Sports. It matched the Kansas City Royals All-Time Team against the Chicago White Sox All-Time Team. This game did not actually happen.) Ted Lyons was brilliant in a complete-game effort, surrendering a single unearned run as the Chicago […]

White Sox All-Time Team
Bob Taenaka - Feb 25, 2022

The Chicago White Sox were one of eight charter members of the AL in 1901. Three years later, the team officially changed its nickname to White Sox, but it has been based in Chicago throughout its history. In their 121-year history, the White Sox have won six AL pennants and three World Series titles. Up […]

Nick Castellanos
Braden Herb - Feb 7, 2022

The remaining free agents will be signed in a big spending spree whenever the MLB lockout is over. Nick Castellanos is one of the best bats and is still looking for a contract. Castellanos is looking for a big deal after opting out of his contract with the Cincinnati Reds. The All-Star is coming off […]

White Sox Playoffs
James Rowe - Oct 10, 2021

Chicago White Sox fans have been waiting a long time for this — seeing their team in the playoffs. 2005 was a magical season, but it also set a new standard amongst the team’s fan base. Years after that championship campaign, U.S. Cellular Field (now Guaranteed Rate Field) was rocking seemingly every season. 2008 was […]

Astros White Sox
Braden Herb - Oct 8, 2021

In a battle of Lances, Lance McCullers Jr. and the Houston Astros out-pitched Lance Lynn and the Chicago White Sox. McCullers pitched 6.2 scoreless innings alongside a balanced attack from a deep Houston lineup led by Yordan Alvarez, which gave the Astros a 6-1 victory over Chicago in Game One of the ALDS. Astros White […]

Braden Herb - Oct 6, 2021

Postseason baseball has finally returned. There truly is no better time of the year, definitely not within the baseball season. And there may not be a better matchup to start the Division Series than the Chicago White Sox and the Houston Astros. Both teams could very well represent the American League in the World Series. […]

Caleb Begley - Oct 1, 2021

Comebacks very often aid the improbable, if not impossible. For instance, a team that is on the downhill and going there rapidly can be given a boost through these events. Not only that, but comebacks can also revitalize fanbases. Cheering crowds are normal to those teams destined for, not just the postseason, but success therein […]

Craig Kimbrel
Caleb Begley - Jul 30, 2021

The Chicago White Sox have reached an agreement to acquire closer Craig Kimbrel from the Chicago Cubs, according to Jeff Passan. The Chicago White Sox are finalizing a deal to acquire closer Craig Kimbrel from the Chicago Cubs, sources tell ESPN. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) July 30, 2021 Kimbrel, an eight time All-Star, had been […]

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Cody Flavell - Jul 30, 2021

The Pittsburgh Pirates 2023 campaign is nothing but taking a step toward contention. They’ve been downright embarrassing for far too long and it’s time for that to change. Just like any season, there will be guys who surprise people with their play and others who disappoint. Someone who may have been seen as a clear […]

Lewis Masella - Jul 30, 2021

The New York Yankees injury bug is in full force. Unfortunately, they will begin the 2023 season shorthanded as some players will not be ready in time. The question is just how many personnel will be missing. New York has been dealt a rash of injuries in spring training. A few players are already out […]

Justin Merrlles - Jul 30, 2021

Chris Bassitt is one of the players that the Toronto Blue Jays have brought in to shape their starting rotation. Bassitt has been a major-league starter since 2014. After being drafted by the Chicago White Sox, he played a handful of games with the White Sox before being dealt to OaklandAs someone who spent most […]

Ryleigh Mulvihill - Jul 30, 2021

Another World Baseball Classic is upon us. Every four years baseball players from qualifying countries around the world get to represent their country on the world stage. The men of the north will look to make Canada proud at their fifth World Baseball Classic. Justin Morneau, Jason Bay, and John Axford have all worn the […]

Michigan Baseball Players
Caleb Begley - Jul 30, 2021

Michigan is often considered to be the auto capital of America. This is no small wonder, either. According to the state’s Center for Automotive Research, Michigan receives parts to build between 10 and 12 million vehicles a year. So, it’s no surprise that terms like acceleration and velocity are often used in conjunction with the […]

Cody Flavell - Jul 30, 2021

Bryan Reynolds was acquired by the Pittsburgh Pirates for Andrew McCutchen in an off-season trade prior to the 2018 season. In Pittsburgh, the move was viewed as a questionable one that continued to kick the can down the road. As the 2023 season is soon to kick into full gear, Reynolds and McCutchen don Pirates […]

Japan Baseball Players

Japan baseball players were nothing but an enigma to American fans for decades. The success of many players from the Land of the Rising Sun has proved that Japanese players have what it takes to excel in the majors. The country and all of its players pursue the game of baseball as perfectionists. They want […]

Carlos Rodon will begin the season on the injured list. The left-handed pitcher is dealing with a mild forearm strain and he will be shut down for a week. New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman mentioned that Rodon has no UCL damage following an MRI. The subtraction of Rodon is a blow to the […]