Tony La Russa Should Move On From Chicago

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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 […] READ MORE


White Sox Win Tight One over Rangers

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White Sox 2, Rangers 1   ARLINGTON, Texas, Aug 5 — The Chicago White Sox took the second game in their series of four against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field on Friday evening by a final score of 2–1. With this win, the Rangers and White Sox are even in this series with […] READ MORE


Texas Rangers Shut Out by White Sox

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White Sox 8, Rangers 0 ARLINGTON, Texas, September 17 — It was more bad news for the Texas Rangers on Friday night. The start of their three-game series against the Chicago White Sox resulted in an 8–0 shutout in favor of Chicago. Lefty Taylor Hearn got the start for the Rangers. It wasn’t his finest […] READ MORE


Yasmani Grandal: The “White Sox Walker”

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A certain statistic came out the other day that caught the eyes of many. Yasmani Grandal, the catcher for the Chicago White Sox, and his stat line for 2021. As of May 11th, Grandal is batting .113/.378/.242.  According to MLB.com, Grandal actually joined Babe Ruth in becoming the first two players in American League history […] READ MORE


Potential Landing Spots for Michael Brantley

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After two strong, productive years with the Houston Astros, Michael Brantley is back on the free-agent market. Originally drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2005, Brantley was traded to the Cleveland Indians in 2008 to be named later from the CC Sabathia deal. In 10 seasons with Cleveland, the Silver Slugger established himself as a […] READ MORE



Athletics vs White Sox: Wild Card Preview

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The 60-game season has wrapped up, and now it is time for the most unique postseason that MLB has ever seen. This year, eight teams from each league made the playoffs, as opposed to the previous rules with five per league. In a normal year, the AL West champion Oakland Athletics would have gotten the […] READ MORE


Last Word on Sports 2020 All-Star Selections: American League

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The season is roughly halfway over for most teams, so now is a good chance at what should have been the all-star teams from each of the respective leagues. Members of the Last Word on Sports baseball staff voted on what these hypothetical 2020 All-Star squads would look like. So here are the results for […] READ MORE


Potential Breakout Stars for the 2020 Season: American League

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American League Six Potential Breakout Players Every year before the season starts, there is plenty of optimism in the air for every team in the American and National Leagues. Teams are excited thinking about what lies ahead and the potential reward that lies at the end of the journey. Furthermore, teams are looking forward to […] READ MORE


Tim Anderson Fueling Chicago White Sox

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The Chicago White Sox may be off to a slow start at 11-14, but they are getting significant contributions from an unlikely source. Tim Anderson has taken a tremendous leap forward this season. This has flown under the radar due to a controversial bat flip against the Kansas City Royals on April 17th stealing his […] READ MORE