Chicago White Sox's Biggest Winners, Losers of the First Half of the Season

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Chicago White Sox's Biggest Winners, Losers of the First Half of the Season
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Chris Sale has more than lived up to the hype.

The 2013 Chicago White Sox have done everything in their power to be the worst team in the AL Central.

It takes all the energy they can muster to ground into double plays, get picked off second with two outs in the ninth inning, allow passed balls, strike out with the bases loaded and even run into each other on the infield.

Well-deserved criticism aside, it is that time of the year to take stock of the White Sox's winners and losers.

It must be noted here that the biggest losers, as the White Sox play their way into a complete roster overhaul, are the fans. The cacophony of bad baseball on the South Side makes this team incredibly hard to watch at times.

Frankly, the 1989 White Sox were more entertaining.

Now back to the matter at hand. For the sake of brevity and balance, this list will keep it simple. There will be three winners and three losers presented in alternating order.

There are more examples in each category—particularly the losers—that are not included here, but to include everyone would be overkill, and some of the positive performances would be overshadowed.

 

Statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com

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