After a season unlike anything they have experienced in years, the Chicago White Sox’s season ended in a 6-4 loss in the third game of their three-game Wild Card matchup against the Oakland A’s. This game turned into a battle of the bullpens, and it’s hard to be better than the assembly of arms the A’s have. On the season, their bullpen had the best ERA in baseball and led … [Read more...] about White Sox lose battle of the bullpens, eliminated by A’s in Wild Card
Alec Mill’s no-hitter on Sunday marked the 16th in their franchise’s history and the first since Jake Arrieta’s in 2016. Mills tossed only five strikeouts but didn’t allow a single hit in the Cubs’ 12-0 blowout over the Milwaukee Brewers, bringing the Cubs to 28-20, now a four-game advantage over the St. Louis Cardinals. For Mills, in his ninth start of the season, it was a … [Read more...] about Will Alec Mills’s no-hitter spark a 2020 Cubs hot streak?
It felt inevitable. Turns out, it was inevitable. Nick Madrigal will join the White Sox today, traveling to Kansas City this weekend. Two weeks ago, Madrigal fielded questions about making the team, before he knew he’d start the season in Schaumburg. Now, Nick Madrigal Day has come. “I really do want to be a part of this team from the start. I feel like I deserve it,” … [Read more...] about White Sox call up Nick Madrigal