After another late-inning thriller from the Chicago White Sox, the standings of the AL Central have once again changed, with the 22-13 Sox at the top. Alone. The up-and-comer White Sox appear to be ahead of schedule, thanks to amazing contributions from their young stars, top to bottom, in the rotation and in the lineup. As we did with the Cubs, let’s take a look at the White … [Read more...] about Grading the White Sox halfway through the season
In 2018, Lucas Giolito’s postgame comments were rife with words like “disappointed,” “got away from me” or "frustrating." He’d thrown a 6.13 while going 10-13. The White Sox, at a low point in their rebuild, stumbled through another 100-loss season with little reason to think Giolito could be the anchor of their rotation. On a hot and humid Tuesday night in Chicago, 25 days … [Read more...] about The dominance of Lucas Giolito’s no-hitter
It’s been a while since true, prolonged excitement filled the South Side of Chicago about the White Sox. But two days away from the strangest baseball season one could imagine, the White Sox have ample reason for buzzing about what this season can bring. The Sox aren’t contenders yet, at least not in theory. But the 2020 team has drawn comparisons to the 2015 version of … [Read more...] about What will Luis Robert’s impact be for the 2020 White Sox?
Eight months ago, Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller was getting carted off the turf of the Mercedez-Benz Superdome with a dislocated kneecap. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he underwent emergency surgery to repair severe damage to his arteries, with the possibility of his leg being amputated very much on the table. On Tuesday, a smiling Miller stood before a … [Read more...] about Zach Miller recovering from injury, inks deal with Bears